Accessory dwelling unit (ADU)

An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) is a smaller, typically independent residential dwelling unit located on the same lot as a stand-alone single family home. ADUs are typically detached from the primary residence on a lot, but may also be attached, such as in the case of converted garages, floors, or rooms of a house.

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