ADU Floor Plans 400SF are a good start for an independent rental or a combo of guest house and home office. It can be built wheelchair accessible for older parents. What is possible in 400 square feet? It is truly versatile: this ADU floor plan 400sf can be used as a guest house and home office, place for older parents or adult kids, or as a rare rental that can house a whole family.
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Most often it is because of space constraints. When you are building an accessory dwelling unit, you should try to build as big of a unit as possible. Why? Because of the economics of the price per square foot. A lot of costs goes into utilities and site work. If you can spread this cost over more square feet, you gain more property appreciation.
There is additional side benefit: ADUs under 750 sf are not subject to impact fees saving you thousand of dollars.
Yes. You can opt for a loft. ADUs can be as high as 16 feet ( at least until the new legislation kick in and allows more). You can build a loft above the bedroom and bathroom, while still keeping higher ceilings in the living room for a more spacious feel.
The pandemic has brought in a sense of insecurity in the minds of all. This is more so in the minds of the older people. You may have to accommodate your parents or in-laws who want to have you near them. Believe it or not, smaller spaces are more comfortable for older people than sprawling mansions. This floor plan is just enough.