Dandelion brings modern traditional style to a comfortable carriage house plan. This ADU is a welcome addition to give you some extra space or rental income, as it fits in perfectly with many traditional neighborhoods.
A two-car garage on the main level gives you work and storage space to protect your cars, and the upper level shows off an open floor plan along with two bedrooms. Everything you need fits in under 650 square feet, and Dandelion makes for an excellent apartment or vacation rental.
This small home feels bright and spacious due to the vaulted ceilings, and a deck off the living room is the perfect spot for your morning coffee or for enjoying the seasons.
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2D Elevations - Views of the home from the front, rear, left, and right that also include roof pitches
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