ACCESSORY UNIT IN MIAMI SPRINGS
As Miami residential architects, our clients call us to solve their housing problems. Sometimes, a house is too small to have permanent residents, but the property is large enough to allow for an accessory dwelling unit for a temporary guest or to use for other activities or storage.
The City of Miami Springs allows not one but two accessory buildings according to their zoning code. The client already had one unit and now wanted to build another one. In their case, they wanted more living area and you can see the plan below where they added a family room, an area with a bar, an outdoor dining area, and storage.
In addition, they wanted a covered terrace for outdoor living.
VIDEO OF OUTSIDE AREA
OTHER PHOTO OF OUTSIDE AREA
SITE PLAN AND FLOOR PLAN BELOW
ABOUT THE SITE PLAN AND FLOOR PLAN
Here you can see how the 3 buildings work together and complement each other. The walkways and the luscious landscaping make tie the buildings together. The environment created is relaxing and beautiful.
EMAIL OR CALL
If you would like an accessory unit added to your house, call Maria Luisa Castellanos, the principal of the firm, on her cell at 305-439-7898, or email at MLC@UnitedArchs.com. Miami-Dade County allows accessory dwelling units and guesthouses in many single-family areas. You can read about this here.