ADU

An ADU (Auxiliary Dwelling Unit) is the designation some cities in Utah use to describe a secondary, inhabitable structure on an existing residential property. It is built on a permanent foundation and connected to existing property utilities. Individual cities may have additional requirements and limitation such as size and appearance. Currently ADU’s are allowed in the cities of Draper, Eagle Mountain, Pleasant Grove, Santaquin and some Salt Lake locations.

Here is an example of a 32 foot by 12 foot ADU with double lofts. It includes loft access by stair steps and spiral staircase.

Ground Floor
Upper Lofts

LOFTS

Living room
Kitchen detail
Loft over kitchen
Loft over bathroom
View from loft over bathroom
View from loft over kitchen

FRONT VIEW

for a virtual tour click “Load Model”

View ADU08-virtual-frontview in Chief Architect’s 3D Viewer.

REAR VIEW

For a virtual tour click “Load Model”

View ADU08-virtual-rearview in Chief Architect’s 3D Viewer.

Exterior front
Exterior rear