H1000 in Woodland Hills

Tucked in on a picturesque street, this two-bedroom home fits perfectly. 

H1000 in Woodland Hills

This 1,000 sq. ft. home gives a family of four ultimate flexibility.

"Flexibility is key for us. Whether it’s entertaining guests or hosting a party and eventually as our parents age having them stay close to us. We can do all these things with an ADU.”

—Jill K.

About this project

Total project cost

364,000, including the unit, permits, appliances, and site work for a typical build Learn more

Use Case

Built for the flexibility of life. From entertaining guests to hosting overnight visitors and ultimately as a peace of mind investment for the homeowner’s aging parents to live.

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Timeline

Twelve months; timelines vary depending on site conditions and design selections

Upgrades

Sliding glass doors, Smart thermostat, White Carrara quartz countertops, Premium bathroom package

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Frequently asked questions

Our homes are high-quality prefabricated (prefab) construction, also known as manufactured housing, meaning they’re built in controlled factory conditions with a rigorous inspection process. Traditional onsite builds can be costly and unpredictable in terms of prices and timelines, but prefab construction allows us to ensure high quality as well as an efficient and predictable process, while keeping costs as low as possible.

In 2020 and 2021, new laws were passed making it easier for Californians to build ADUs. Major changes to zoning regulations, permit requirements, and developmental standards went into effect, superseding previously restrictive local regulations. While zoning, regulations, and fees vary by municipality, the new state laws say that ADUs can be built on properties zoned for single-family and multifamily use.

If you live on a residential lot and have the required space and access, you can build one detached ADU and one junior ADU (a unit no more than 500 square feet located within the home). If you live on a multifamily lot, two detached ADUs are allowed on the property.

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