There, this kind of housing -- referred to officially as "accessory dwelling units
'' but better known as granny flats, garage apartments or alley houses -- is being welcomed and even encouraged, thanks to friendly zoning laws.
rental housing in a community"); Accessory Dwelling Unit
Fannie Mae does not use the term accessory dwelling unit
in its single-family Selling Guide, but will purchase loans on properties with illegal "accessory units," a scenario for which it provides detailed guidance.
Construction of single family homes requires payment of a fee ($14.75 per square foot) or construction of an accessory dwelling unit
available for rent to a local working resident.
Now homeowners are creating a second dwelling unit on their property called an Accessory Dwelling Unit
So, I am giving more thought to perhaps creating an accessory dwelling unit
Kurtis Sherwood, 9411 Lone Pine Orchard Road, Leavenworth, $124,072 for accessory dwelling unit
and cost not listed for sign.
STURBRIDGE - Shot down at the annual Town Meeting in 2007, the controversial Accessory Dwelling Unit
bylaw proposal crept back into the collective consciousness of the Planning Board last night with little contention and even a constructive consensus.
Amenities of the home include a Four Seasons Sunroom/family room; a stone and vertical grain, fir wood-burning fireplace with disappearing plasma TV above the mantel; high quality Canyon Creek cabinets; granite countertops; cherry and tile floors; sound system; steam shower and large jetted tubs; a composite deck; and accessory dwelling unit
* Detached accessory dwelling unit
: a small dwelling on the same tot but physically separate from the main house.
The first draft of the accessory dwelling unit
bylaw that was sent to all Zoning Study Committee and Planning Board members on June 8 clearly identifies the article as an accessory dwelling unit
bylaw and not an in-law apartment.