Accessory Building definition

Accessory Building means a detached building or structure, not used for human habitation that is subordinate to the primary use of the same property.
Accessory Building means a building separate and subordinate to the main building, the use of which is incidental to that main building and is located on the same parcel of land;
Accessory Building means a detached building, not used as a dwelling unit but is incidental to that of the main building and which is located on the same lot. Accessory building does not mean farm building.

Examples of Accessory Building in a sentence

  • A Dwelling shall not be built to the rear of another Dwelling, Accessory Building, or Main Building.

  • No Accessory Building may be more than one (1) story or higher than twelve feet (12') from grade level, except that an Accessory Building with a peaked roof of similar material and construction to the peaked roof on the Single Family Dwelling may be fifteen feet (15') in height from grade level.

  • Accessory Building Height20 feet maximum height, or subordinate in height to the primary structure, whichever is less viii.

  • As used in this land use code, unless the context requires otherwise, the following words and phrases mean: Accessory Building.

  • For the purposes of this Zoning Ordinance, the following terms shall be defined as stated below: Accessory Building, Structure or Use means a building, structure, use or portion of a building structure or use customarily incidental or subordinate to the principal building structure or use and located on the same lot with such building, structure or use.

More Definitions of Accessory Building

Accessory Building means and refer to a subordinate building, the use of which is incidental to and customary in connection with the principal building or use and which is located on the same lot with such principal building or use and is under the same ownership. Accessory buildings must be subordinate in height, width, length, and bulk to the principal building. Buildings which are portable and do not have permanent foundations are also classified as Accessory Buildings but are not subject to improvement location permits.
Accessory Building means a building that is separated from the principal building or structure on the lot and is secondary to, and normally associated with the main use and located on the same lot and includes garages, workshops, sheds, and shipping containers. Accessory uses cannot be used for human habitation. See Section 5.1.
Accessory Building or “accessory structure” means a detached subordinate building, the uses of which are incidental to a permitted principal use conducted within the main or principal structure on a parcel. An accessory building or use is not permitted without a permitted use on the property. An accessory dwelling unit is not considered an accessory building or accessory structure. For purposes of Chapter 18.33 (Accessory Dwelling Units), an accessory structure must be fully enclosed.
Accessory Building means a building subordinate to and located on the same lot or lots with the main building thereon, the use of which is clearly incidental to the principal use of the main building or to the principal use of the land of said lot or lots, and which is not attached by any part of a common wall or roof with the main building.
Accessory Building means building separated from the main building on a plot and put to one or more accessory uses.
Accessory Building means a building which is subordinate to the principal building, and is incidental to the use of the principal building on the same lot. Examples include sheds, shops, garages, greenhouses and barns.
Accessory Building means a building or portion of a building, the use or intended use of which is ancillary to that of the principle building situated on the same site; or a building or portion of a building which is ancillary to the principle use made of the site upon which the accessory building is located.