THE Durham is named for a small city in Oregon. The town is 0.4 square miles and claims 1400 residents. In the early 1900's a local nursery planted a myriad of trees throughout the area. In the 1960's the town was formed to prevent the county from converting their idyllic green paradise into an industrial hub. Due to land use laws, the city was required to zone more than just residential and green space areas. Despite this, they have been able to keep the trees up and the industry down. We applaud Durham for their conservation efforts and desire to work with the landscape.
We feel similarly about our little plan. Designed as an accessory dwelling unit, this plan was made for a purpose. With a footprint of a mere 12 by 24 feet, it can fit in just about anywhere with minimum disruption. If you need an extra flex space, try on either our lite addition version or garage version. All the comforts of home are here, as well as our trademark unique features. This time around we feature a spiral staircase. It takes less room than a conventional staircase and looks absolutely cool. We just know that you'll be able to squeeze some extra rent out of that starving college student because of it. For such a small unit, we highly recommend an on-demand water heater.
All plans include four elevations, floor plans, foundation plans, at least two building sections, framing plans for the second floor and/or roof, and notes and construction details. This is everything you will need to build, but may not be everything you need to get a permit. Check with your local jurisdiction. Electrical layouts, cabinet elevations and engineering are not included.