What is the difference between an Accessory Structure and Shed?

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Accessory Structures are not attached to the primary residence and larger than 10' x 12' (120 sq. ft.), some examples include pergolas, pavilions, detached garages.

A detached structure up to 10' x 12' (120 sq. ft.) is considered a shed.

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