If you live in a high-cost real-estate market, installing and purposing a Studio Shed for an AirBnB rental is an ingenious way to cover the costs of home ownership while maintaining the privacy of your home. By installing an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) for AirBnB hosting, you can maximize your income and expand your worldview in entertaining future guests. You will also see your property value increase significantly as our studios typically appraise for 1.5x the retail price of the building in our most popular markets. With our new comprehensive financing plan, your rentals could even pay for your studio in full.
We’ve recently launched turnkey floorplans for our Summit Series. This addition makes adding an ADU easier than ever. Available with bathroom and kitchenette layouts, all plumbing is located on your permit plan set for an easier permit process. We also provide everything you need to get an all-in quote for plumbing and interior work from your local contractor.
When you choose Studio Shed, you open yourself to numerous high-design possibilities to create a stylish, warm, and inviting space for your guests. Still skeptical? Just take a look for yourself at some of the reviews for our Summit Series dwellings on the app. We’ve placed sheds everywhere from Hawaii to remote islands in Alaska. Plus, our studios are designed to be versatile, as we know your needs for that bit of extra space may shift over time. When not being used to house AirBnB guests, your ADU can be a space for family, an art or music studio, home office, and so much more.
But we think you’ll find that our modern studios are just too comfortable not to share with others. Try out our updated Summit Series 3D configurator to see what’s possible and let our award-winning team help you get more out of your property.
Design Your Studio Shed
One shed does not fit all. Our innovative prefab solution is a flat-packed, panelized kits of parts with hundreds of customizations in the Design Center. There are millions of combinations of sizes, door and window placements, and colors. All thoughtfully designed to work together.