Whether or not you can build an ADU on your property depends on several factors, including the size and zoning of your lot, local building codes and regulations, and any homeowner association rules. In California , ADUs are allowed on single-family residential lots, but there may be specific regulations that you need to follow.
You should contact your local government agency responsible for building permits and zoning to learn about the regulations and requirements for building an ADU in your area. They can provide you with information on the size and placement requirements, as well as any restrictions on the use of the ADU. Another way to do it, is to hire NPB Design Studio to research your site, do a site visit to evaluate. Additionally, you may need to hire NPB Design Studio, Structure engineer, & contractor to help you design and build the ADU.
It's important to note that building an ADU can be a significant investment, and it may take several years to recoup the costs. You should also consider the potential positive impact on your property value, rental income, and the overall neighborhood character before deciding to build an ADU.
In summary, it is possible to build an ADU on your property, but it is important to do your research, have NPB Design Studio on your team and consider all the factors before making a decision.