The Amazing ADU
An Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) or sometimes referred to as a “granny-flat,” is a dwelling located on the same property as a main residence.
An ADU usually includes a living area with kitchen, sleeping area and bathroom.
There are usually requirements regarding set backs from the main residence and allowances for parking. It is always best to check local zoning laws before starting the building process.
Expand your Life
Extra living space with character
Perfect for the growing family as a hang out area for tweens and teens. Also serves as an excellent guest room or extended living space for elderly relatives.
Expand your Wallet
Rental income in your backyard
An ADU is essentially a tiny home that can be rented. College students, single professionals or retired couples that travel, are all perfect tenants for an ADU.
Expand your Dreams
Space for a studio
Meditation, art, music, writing, man cave, she-shed, yoga. The only limitation is your imagination.
No Contractor Waitlist with a Rhino Cubed ADU
Bring your Backyard to Life
Customize your exterior to match your primary dwelling or blend into the scenery.
Enjoy a Fully Equipped Living Space
Custom Kitchen and Bathrooms
An ADU can have a full kitchen, kitchenette or no kitchen. Bathrooms are also an option.
Cities that Welcome Accessory Dwelling Units
This is not a comprehensive list of all cities that allow ADUs.
PLEASE check with your local zoning department for up to date information and requirements for placing an ADU on your lot.
Requirements vary by city.
- Buena Vista
- Colorado Springs
- Denver (varies by zip code)
- Glenwood Springs
- And many more!
- Lake Oswego