Accessory structure definition

Accessory structure means a structure that is accessory and incidental to a dwelling located on the same lot.
Accessory structure means a subordinate structure to the principal structure on the same lot and, for the purpose of this ordinance, shall conform to the following:
Accessory structure means a structure which is: 1) detached from and clearly incidental and subordinate to the principal use of or structure on a lot, 2) located on the same lot as the principal structure or use, and 3) clearly and customarily related to the principal structure or use. For residential uses these include, but may not be limited to garages, garden and tool sheds, and playhouses.

Examples of Accessory structure in a sentence

  • Definitions Accessory structure or use - a use or structure which is incidental and subordinate to the principal use or structure.

  • Accessory structure or use - a use or structure which is incidental and subordinate to the principal use or structure.

  • Any Accessory structure shall be located so as to comply with the applicable minimum setback requirements for the property on which it is situated.

  • Accessory structure (appurtenant structure) means a structure with a floor area 400 square feet or less that is located on the same parcel of property as the principal structure and the use of which is incidental to the use of the principal structure.

  • Accessory structure (Appurtenant structure) means a structure, which is located on the same parcel of property as the principle structure and the use of which is incidental to the use of the principle structure.


More Definitions of Accessory structure

Accessory structure means a structure on the same lot with, and of a nature customarily incidental and subordinate to, the principal structure.
Accessory structure means the same as "appurtenant structure."
Accessory structure means a subordinate structure on the same property as the principal structure which is devoted to a use incidental to the principal use of the property. Accessory structures include, but are not limited to, detached garages, sheds, barns, gazebos, patios, decks, swimming pools, hot tubs, fences, retaining walls, driveways, parking lots, sidewalks, detached stairways and lifts.
Accessory structure means a structure having minimal value and used for parking, storage and other non-habitable uses, such as garages, carports, storage sheds, pole barns, hay sheds and the like.
Accessory structure means a structure that has an ancillary or supplementary function to the main use of the property. Accessory structures include, but are not limited to, amateur radio towers; flag poles; swing sets; slides; decks; patios; gardens; sheds; in-ground or above- ground swimming pools; fences that do not span or obstruct public access to rivers, streams, and other waterbodies (along and within boundaries or areas such as existing home lawns and driveways); treehouses; drinking water wells with a volume of withdrawal no greater than five hundred (500) gallons a day; walls; stairs; walks; and pervious driveways.
Accessory structure means a permanent non-habitable structure which is not served by a water supply and is used incidental to residential or non-residential buildings. Accessory structures include, but are not limited to, detached garages, open decks, tool and lawn equipment storage sheds, gazebos, and barns.
Accessory structure means a permanent non-habitable structure that is not served by a water supply or sewage system, and is used incidental to residential or non-residential buildings. Accessory structures include, but are not limited to attached and detached garages, screened and enclosed 3-season (non-winterized) porches/sunrooms, open decks, tool and lawn equipment storage sheds, covered entryways, gazebos, barns, etc. Small (<200 square feet) portable structures (e.g., sheds) without permanent foundations (concrete slab, piers, footings) are not considered permanent structures, except for decks.