Accessory Dwelling Unit

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Handbook 4000.1, 12/30/2016, page 499

An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) refers to a habitable living unit added to, created within, or detached from a primary one-unit Single Family dwelling, which together constitute a single interest in real estate. It is a separate additional living unit, including kitchen, sleeping, and bathroom facilities.

 

My Opinion

An ADU may or may not have separate meters or a separate means of ingress and egress.  The living area of the ADU may not be included in the GLA of the house.  A finished basement that constitutes a separate living unit is an ADU (Handbook 4000.1, 12/30/2016, 500).

 

Accessory Unit

The living area over the garage is an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) and was recognized as a separate line item on the sales grid.  (Handbook 4000.1, 12/30/2016, page 499-500)

 

Accessory Unit in Basement

The basement is an accessory dwelling unit (ADU).  For consistency in adjustments, it was recognized as finished basement on the sales grid.  (Handbook 4000.1, 12/30/2016, page 499-500)

 

Modified:  11/22/2018

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