Ventura County’s initially very small home group in development in Oxnard

This rendering shows a proposed 28-unit tiny home community in Oxnard.

The offered plot of land at 5230 Cypress Road in South Oxnard is oddly formed. A extended and slim piece of land stretches back to a wider rectangular place at the again of the house. It is also in the center of an established community.

Nick Deitch, architect with Mainstreet Architects and Planners, termed plenty like these “remnants.”  He explained leftover accessible qualities like these in recognized neighborhoods could be a superior healthy for very small home tasks. 

Mainstreet Architects and Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County not long ago submitted plans to make 28 very small households on the assets. The advancement would possible be the very first little home group in Ventura County. 

“These remnant parcels are extremely often a terrific suit for a tiny property development simply because you’re not making an attempt to cram in a bunch of regular size single-spouse and children homes or a multistory apartment setting up around single-spouse and children houses that would not belong there,” explained Deitch.