Bronco Lane, Poway, California 92064

Price: $195,000

Status: Construction

1 Bed
1 Bath
498 ft2

A true mother-in-law suite! The Poway ADU was designed to house the homeowners mother, so comfort was the primary concern during this build. Build into a hillside, the unit's foundation was raised and a deck was added to take advantage of the beautiful view available from the home. Additional customizations were also made to this ADU to take advantage of the ADU, like relocating windows and doors to face the hillside while also providing access to the pool, backyard, and the beloved grandkids.

Floor Plan:

SnapADU 1BR/1BA 24×20 Square

Perfect for a small rental for income or for someone in your family, this one bedroom unit features an open concept.

Community:

Poway

Our quick take on Poway: Moderately ADU-Friendly


SnapADU has permitted or is in the process of permitting numerous projects within the city, and we know the city's regulations and processes very well. Turnaround times at the city are moderate. The City of Poway, unlike most other jurisdictions, is strict in its requirement for architectural consistency between the ADU and the primary structure - in other words, the ADU siding, roof & trim must be consistent with the main residence. They will also require a floor plan of the existing residence to confirm there is not an existing attached accessory dwelling unit. Clients should anticipate regular permit fees, as plan check, building permit, and impact fees are not waived for ADUs >750 sqft (Impact fees will be proportional to the size of the primary dwelling). Poway requires in-person submissions and soils reports, which do add some processing time and expense.

Floor Plan:

SnapADU 1BR/1BA 24×20 Square

Perfect for a small rental for income or for someone in your family, this one bedroom unit features an open concept.

Community:

Poway

Our quick take on Poway: Moderately ADU-Friendly


SnapADU has permitted or is in the process of permitting numerous projects within the city, and we know the city's regulations and processes very well. Turnaround times at the city are moderate. The City of Poway, unlike most other jurisdictions, is strict in its requirement for architectural consistency between the ADU and the primary structure - in other words, the ADU siding, roof & trim must be consistent with the main residence. They will also require a floor plan of the existing residence to confirm there is not an existing attached accessory dwelling unit. Clients should anticipate regular permit fees, as plan check, building permit, and impact fees are not waived for ADUs >750 sqft (Impact fees will be proportional to the size of the primary dwelling). Poway requires in-person submissions and soils reports, which do add some processing time and expense.