accessory dwelling unit (ADU)

Definition of "accessory dwelling unit (ADU)"
  1. A separate and fully equipped living space within a single-family home, with features such as a private kitchen and bathroom
How to use "accessory dwelling unit (ADU)" in a sentence
  1. The Smiths built an accessory dwelling unit to accommodate their elderly parents.
  2. To earn additional income, they decided to rent out their accessory dwelling unit (ADU).
  3. The accessory dwelling unit offers the luxury of privacy while being close to the main household.

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