THE Maywood is named for a small city in Oregon that was born of determination. The town is 0.2 square miles in size and boasts 777 residents. What put Maywood Park on the map was not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. When their neighborhood was threatened by the impending I-205 Freeway, they incorporated as a city and fought the freeway all the way to Federal Court. The records say they lost all battles, but if you look today, the city is still incorporated and the freeway bypasses it.
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 16 feet square, it can fit in just about anywhere. 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.
If your neighbors are making plans to buy your back 40 and build a pool, stop them in their tracks with your own 'Maywood Park'.
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.