Outbuilding definition

Outbuilding means a structure, whether attached or separate from the main building that is normally ancillary and subservient to the main building on a land unit, and includes a building designed to be used for the garaging of motor vehicles, and any other normal activities in so far as these are usually and reasonably required in the connection with the main building, but does not include a second dwelling;
Outbuilding means any structure on the property that is more than three feet from the residential building and that may affect the residential building.
Outbuilding means an enclosed covered structure not directly attached to the residence to which it is appurtenant.

Examples of Outbuilding in a sentence

The Elevations of the Outbuilding shall be distanced from the Lot lines as shown.

Outbuilding does not include buildings used for commercial type occupancies or addi- tional dwelling occupancies.

The Elevation of the Outbuilding shall be distanced from the Lot Lines as shown.PARKING PLACEMENT1.

Outbuilding used in connection with the dwelling, such as garages or tool sheds.

Outbuilding does not include buildings used for commercial type occupancies or additional dwelling occupancies.


More Definitions of Outbuilding

Outbuilding means a single storey structure either attached to or separate from the main unit and designed to be normally used for the housing domestic staff, for the parking of motor vehicles and for storage purposes, in so far as these uses are, in the Council’s opinion, usually and reasonably required in connection with the main structure, but does not include additional dwellings.
Outbuilding means a non-habitable structure, detached from a dwelling;
Outbuilding means a Building attached to or separate from a Dwelling and ancillary to a Dwelling and may:
Outbuilding. : means a detached enclosed non-habitable structure, including garages, storage sheds, studios, games rooms and patios, but not carports, pergolas or structures that are connected to or form part of the main building (except within the Residential zone, where the Residential Design Codes’ definition for Outbuilding prevails).
Outbuilding means a covered structure not directly attached to the residence which it serves.
Outbuilding means any structure, located on the same lot as a residential building, which may be served by a subsurface sewage disposal system or a sewer service connection but which cannot be reasonably separated from the residential building with which it is associated and sold as a separate residential building.
Outbuilding means any building or structure which adjoins, is part of, belongs to, or is used in connection with a dwelling, and shall include, but not be limited to, any garage, shop, shed, barn or stable.