Outbuilding definition

Outbuilding means and refer to structures such as (by way of example and not limitation) storage buildings, sheds, greenhouses, gazebos and other Roofed Structures.
Outbuilding means a building attached to or separate from a dwelling and ancillary to a dwelling.
Outbuilding means an enclosed covered structure not directly attached to the residence to which it is appurtenant.

Examples of Outbuilding in a sentence

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

  • No detached Garage, barn, or other Outbuilding of any kind shall be erected on any Lot nearer than one hundred (100) feet to the front property line, unless it is in the rear of the Dwelling and in compliance with the setbacks described in subsection (5).

  • No trailer, tent, shack, or other temporary Outbuilding erected or moved on to the Lot shall at any time be used as habitable space, nor shall any residence of a temporary character be permitted.

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

  • An Outbuilding or with an Accessory Use to the Principal Structure.


More Definitions of Outbuilding

Outbuilding means an enclosed, covered structure (other than a dwelling or the attached garage), such as a tool shed or garden house.
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 any building on the property that is more than three feet from the residential building that might burn or collapse and affect the residential building.
Outbuilding means any building constructed on the Property other than a House, including but not limited to any detached garage, workshop, garden shed, or storage shed.
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 an enclosed non-habitable structure that is detached from any dwelling.
Outbuilding means and refer to structures with an impermeable roof and wall(s) and/or post(s) such as (by way of example and not limitation) storage buildings, sheds, greenhouses, gazebos and other Roofed Structures.