Anderson Street, Bonita, California 91902

Price: $295,000

Status: Design

3 Bed
3 Bath
1,200 ft2

Floor Plan:

PRADU 3BR/3BA 49x28 Long

Looking to get more bang for your buck? Check out this floor plan from SnapADU that can be modified to suit your taste as a 3BR/3BA.

Community:

County of San Diego

Unincorporated areas (listed above) are covered by the County of San Diego's ADU rules and regulations. Additionally, some city properties are subject to County of San Diego ADU rules and regulations. This will depend on whether your city has incorporated the land on which your property is located. In some cities like Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, Oceanside, Encinitas, Del Mar, Chula Vista, El Cajon, Santee, and parts of San Diego, portions are regulated by County of San Diego and not the city. If you don't know what jurisdiction applies to your property, we will look that up for you in early phases of our discussions.

The County requires in-person submission of plans, which adds some processing time and expense. Review times are moderate. The County has also put out some standard floor plans, which some homeowners have found helpful as a starting place for their ADU designs.

Turnaround times at the city are moderate to long, and include a pre-screen component before plans will be reviewed. Fortunately, plan check fees have been waived. The County of San Diego requires in-person submissions, which does add some processing time and expense. Other agencies that are more proximate to the location of the residence may require input and approval (i.e., local fire agencies).

Floor Plan:

PRADU 3BR/3BA 49x28 Long

Looking to get more bang for your buck? Check out this floor plan from SnapADU that can be modified to suit your taste as a 3BR/3BA.

Community:

County of San Diego

Unincorporated areas (listed above) are covered by the County of San Diego's ADU rules and regulations. Additionally, some city properties are subject to County of San Diego ADU rules and regulations. This will depend on whether your city has incorporated the land on which your property is located. In some cities like Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, Oceanside, Encinitas, Del Mar, Chula Vista, El Cajon, Santee, and parts of San Diego, portions are regulated by County of San Diego and not the city. If you don't know what jurisdiction applies to your property, we will look that up for you in early phases of our discussions.

The County requires in-person submission of plans, which adds some processing time and expense. Review times are moderate. The County has also put out some standard floor plans, which some homeowners have found helpful as a starting place for their ADU designs.

Turnaround times at the city are moderate to long, and include a pre-screen component before plans will be reviewed. Fortunately, plan check fees have been waived. The County of San Diego requires in-person submissions, which does add some processing time and expense. Other agencies that are more proximate to the location of the residence may require input and approval (i.e., local fire agencies).