20 ft. Bay Cottage ADU $59,900


Pacifica Tiny Homes are the first tiny home company to have their tiny home plans for the 20 ft. Bay Cottage to be approved and certified through the state of California to be used as legal ADU's and are considered factory built tiny homes. 

The accessory dwelling unit, or ADU, is also known as an in-law or mother-in-law unit, secondary dwelling unit, granny flat or carriage house. An ADU has its own kitchen, living area and a separate entrance. An ADU may be attached to a house or garage, or it can also be built as a stand-alone unit, but it generally will make use of the water and energy connections of the primary house.

When you buy a tiny house from Pacifica Tiny Homes, we will provide you with our guidance for a successful ADU approval, and a package to submit to your local Planning Department which includes: plot plan designing and submittal, tiny house architectural drawings, corrections, and CA ADU inspection fee and insignia. If corrections are required, we will make the necessary corrections and communicate with the Planning Department. 


This model comes fully furnished with the essentials: sofa bed, ac/heater unit, cooktop, refrigerator, shower, toilet, sink, television, water heater, fold down table, stairs that serve as closet storage, a Queen size mattress, washer/dryer combo, and humidity sensor.

Custom Options

Each home has some custom options included in the price that you can choose to make the tiny home more of your own, such as: shiplap/cedar or a combination of both for siding, floor type, exterior paint color, countertop, ceiling fan or chandelier, sofa bed color, refrigerator color, and other choices. 

ADU Customer Requirements

  1. You must be the owner of the home and have a backyard.
  2. Due diligence: Call your planning department, provide your address, and find out if a detached ADU is allowed in your backyard and zoning area.
  3. Check with your city regarding the setbacks for an ADU. (Size varies depending on each city. By setbacks we mean the cities requirements for the space needed between the structure and your property line, meaning from the rear of your property, the sides, and from the main home or any other structures found on your property. Some people's backyards might be too small to qualify.) 
  4. Some planning departments require that the tiny home be placed on a foundation and some do not. If required, it is the customer's responsibility to hire a contractor to build a foundation.
  5. It is also the customer's responsibility to contract a plumber and electrician for the utilities installation, such as to connect the main sewer line, water line, and the electrical to the main house panel.
  6. Customer is also responsible for paying the permit fee for your Planning Department

NOTE:  Pacifica Tiny Homes does not recommend for anyone to illegally live in or place a tiny home without proper permits or consultation from your planning department. We are not liable for any fines or legal issues that you may encounter. Due diligence on where to place a tiny home and getting approval is the buyer’s responsibility.