(A)   An accessory structure attached to the principal building on a lot shall be made structurally a part thereof and shall comply in all respects with the requirements of this chapter applicable to the principal building.
(‘65 Code, § 1323.20)
   (B)   In any district, off-street parking spaces, garages or other accessory buildings with a building height of less than 16 feet may be located no closer than five feet of the rear or side property line if the structure is detached from the main building and located between the rear of the main building and the rear lot line. However, a legally existing accessory structure with a masonry foundation may be rebuilt up the same foundation provided that no wall or roof dimension is increased and the rebuilding takes place within two years of demolition.
   (C)   Detached accessory structures in residential zoning districts shall be subject to the following area and height restrictions:
      (1)   Maximum building height: 16 feet.
      (2)   Minimum floor area: All residential properties shall be permitted to have detached accessory structures with a floor area up to 576 square feet without the need for a variance.
      (3)   Maximum floor area: The total floor area for all detached accessory structures on a property shall not exceed 50% of the floor area of the primary structure or 1,200 square feet, whichever is less.
(‘65 Code, § 1323.21) (Am. Ord. 117-91, passed 3-17-92; Am. Ord. 05-065, passed 8-2-05)