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Customer Reviews of our House Plans:
The Pecan Meadow - HPG-2000B-1 |
The folks at House Plan Gallery were extremely knowledgeable and helpful in getting us the exact plans we needed. Several modifications were needed and Stephen was very prompt and thorough in expediting those changes. We feel that we received a great value for what we received and would definitely recommend this company to family and friends.
The Avondale Court - HPG-2200C-1 |
I'm a single woman,retired from the military, and currently am working a second career with the State of Louisiana. I never dreamed I'd build a home of my own. My ex-husband and I divorced 6 years ago, and I bought a nice 3 bedroom home about 17 miles from the golf course that I now live on. Golf is my passion and I played every chance I had.
As time went on, I started looking for another place to live closer to work and especially closer to the golf course, and I could never find a house I liked within my budget close to where I wanted to move. After about 1 1/2 years of looking, I decided, why not try to build? There were available lots on the course that I always played golf on.
Interest rates were low and I had some equity built up in my home, so I put it up for sale. One day later, I had an offer! I sold it and moved into an apartment. Meanwhile I had looked at literally hundreds of plans.
I knew what I wanted, an open floor plan, split-floorplan with the master bedroon on one side and lots of windows in the back to overlook the golf course. The minimum to build out here is 2200 sq ft, so when I saw this plan, I knew it was the one. However, I ordered the plans reversed since the garage protects the back of the house and the patio from wayward golf shots! I found a quality builder and he had me in the house in less than 5 months, even after losing about a month to bad winter weather.
I love the large, open kitchen and the windows on the back that overlook the golf course that I built on. I also love the nice sized covered patio.
I love it! My house isn't the biggest in the neighborhood, but it holds it's own with any of the others and I get many compliments on it... My job requires me to travel out of state sometimes, but I'm always anxious to get back to my own beautiful home!
Thanks House Plan Gallery!
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The Paxton Ridge - HPG-1853-1 |
I was born and raised in the country. One day, I got to thinking life might be simpler if I live in town, closer to everything and a smaller yard. So, we sold and moved to town.
Boy, was I wrong. After 4 years, (and a death in our family), we sold our home in town and decided to go back to our roots, out in the country, to live close to Grandma after Grandpa passed away in July 2009.
So, we began searching the internet and bought several books of house plans. Nothing. We went back to the internet and just so happened to find this plan. We were excited. It was perfect. The open floor plan, the porches, the media room, we could not have designed a plan better ourselves.
We ordered the plan and got busy. We even decided to serve as our own contractor and build the house ourselves. It has been a great experience and I would recommend it to anyone.
This house is more roomy that I ever thought 1853 square feet could be, especially coming from a 2600 square foot house prior to this one. The open floor plan is ideal for being able to cook, and visit, and watch television all at the same time...
Thank you House Plan Gallery for giving us the opportunity, and inspiration, to come back to our roots and helping us build the house we have always dreamed of having.
Darren and Cindi C.
The Forrest Wood - HPG-20002-1 |
My wife and I began our Total Money Makeover (Dave Ramsey plan) just after college. We saved up money to make sure we could have 20% on our house. Once we saved that up we started looking. We looked at around fifty houses but none of them felt right.
At the same time, my Grandma gifted my wife and I land. So, we began looking at blue prints. We were hooked. We knew we wanted an open concept and enough room for our projected four children, so we would never have to move. Once we found this layout we knew it was the one. It was absolutley everything we were looking for.
The building process took some time, but were very happy with the outcome. Our open concept could not be better. We love to entertain, and we also have large families, so it has been so nice to have room to accomodate everything.
We are so proud of our home! And we are glad that we saved like we did because we plan on living in this home for the rest of our lives. Thank you so much!
The Remington - HPG-1752-1 |
We had been trying to sell our small house in town for over a year. We had found 24 acres in the country, with a beautiful view from the top of the hill. We bought that property in September 2006, and my wife got pregnant in October. We weren't sure what we would do if the baby came before we sold the house, as we were already pretty cramped in 950 square feet with all of our stuff, and our 100 lb chocolate lab. In December, we got an offer on the house, and we closed in February. We had already been looking at house plans online and new houses in the area to get an idea of what we would want to build. After we accepted the offer on the house, we got serious about putting together the house of our dreams.
After weeks of poring over plans online, we selected HPG-1752, because we loved the layout and the classic, simple roof line of the house. We also liked the fact that, while the garage is at the front of the house, the door is on the side, so that it's not such a prominent feature that you often see on newer homes.
Some of the features that drew us to this plan were the open floor plan for the great room/dining room/kitchen, along with the master suite being separated from the other bedrooms, and we worked with our builder for several weeks after selecting this plan, to turn it into our dream home. After all the changes were made, the plan had grown to roughly 2000 square feet on the main floor, with a full unfinished basement underneath.
After we closed on the old house, we moved into the in-laws basement, excited about starting the new chapter in our lives! My Uncle Michael was the builder, so we were able to work very close with him throughout the build. We broke ground in March 2007, and the rain delayed us from making further progress for almost a month. After that, we were able to make quick progress, and Michael was able to tweak our changes on the fly. When it was all said and done, we moved into the house in August 2007, just five months after breaking ground. We had a big moving in party, and dozens of family and friends came to help us put the finishing touches on the house, hanging decorations, putting furniture together, and christening the place with our first cookout. We?ve had several get-togethers here since, and the open floor plan allows everyone to be together in our huge great room, or the big, open, unfinished basement. The ceiling in the great room is even high enough to fly mini R/C helicopters around!
Our location is wonderful, on the highest hill in the area, with a great 360 degree view. The large yard is great for playing with my son and our dog. Over the last few years, we?ve been slowly making improvements to the place, getting the front yard reseeded in 2008 and improving our landscaping over the last 2 years. We?ve planted an orchard behind the house, with apple, persimmon and pear trees, and hope to add many more trees over the next few years. We also planted a garden last year, built a deck on the rear of the house, and a swing-set in the back yard. Future plans are to continue to improve the landscaping with flower beds all around the front of the house, stepping stones from the front door to the driveway, finish the basement and add a patio to the walkout.
House Plan Gallery has been a great design team to work with and I would recommend their plans to anyone!
The Shadow Lane - HPG-18002-1 |
My wife (Jenny) and I (Geof) had been living in the Lower Main Land of British Columbia (Canada). We enjoyed our work and our friends there but were really wanting to move back to North Western Alberta to own some land and enjoy the open spaces. My growing girls had always dreamed of having their own horses and this was something that was not going to happen in BC. I also longed to get back to hunting, quading, and snowmobiling, again things I'd not be able to afford in BC. A large draw was also to live closer, once again, to a favorite cousin who was one of my best friends--Robert. Robert had been a bachelor for many years and finally met the woman of his dreams. We were looking so forward to getting to know Robert and his new wife Katrin, as a couple.
Tragically, six weeks after we had moved and three days short of their one year anniversary, Robert died in his sleep. We were devastated and wondered if we had made a mistake. We almost moved back to BC, because we didn't know how we could move forward, having had such a huge loss. Slowly the healing began to take hold and we started to think again about building our dream home. Robert's widow, Katrin, told us that one of Robert's last wishes that he expressed to her was that he wanted to sell a treasured piece of land to us.
Robert and I grew up hunting, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and playing on this beautiful property. When Katrin told us she'd like to sell this land to us, we were moved to tears and happily bought it from her. Many years earlier, Robert had cleared out an area on this property that he hoped to eventually build a log cabin on. He started building the log cabin with large sruce trees that dominated the property. He never did complete it as he just got too busy farming, but he did move the logs to his residence, just in case he would have time to work on it further. Once he passed away and even before we knew what house plan we would build, we knew where we would build the house. It would be on the spot that Robert had always dreamed of building his log cabin.
Jenny and I are not log cabin people, so that was never a question, but we wanted to somehow acknowledge Robert's dream for this part of the land. We have built our dream house and to top it off we plan to use some wood from Robert's half-built log cabin to make a mantle for our fireplace in our great room. Through our grief, the excellent design and assistance from House Plan Gallery to modify our plan has helped working through our loss a little more bearable. Many of Robert's friends and family members who have seen our house, have commented that Robert would have been so pleased to see what we've done with this property.
When we found your plans, we knew we found what we were looking for... Some of our favorite features of this home design are the spacious great room, the beautiful dormer windows at the front which let in a lot of natural light, and an amazing master bedroom and suite.
This house is not just our dream house, it is a memorial to an amazing godly man who was everyone's friend and whose influence is still being felt in so many people's lives to this day. Thanks House Plan Gallery for a beautiful house plan, which has turned into a beautiful house, which has become our home, which has brought a lot of peace and comfort...
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Geof & Jenny C.
Valleyview, Alberta, Canada
The Pecan Meadow - HPG-2000B-1 |
They solved my problem quickly and efficiently. The resolution involved shipping new plans and they shipped very fast!
Driftwood Cove - HPG-1955-1 |
This was our second house plan purchased from House Plan Gallery, Inc. We had a great experience both times that we purchased. The first house we built was a spec house to sell and it sold before we were even finished building! The floor plans are great with minimal wasted space. We have just purchased the second house plans and are so excited to start building as this will be for us! Stephen was great and answered all of my questions and gave great suggestions on things we could do! Thanks House Plan Gallery!
Jeff and Minta B.
The Cherrywood - HPG-1654-1 |
My wife and I decided to build a house after searching for the perfect house plan. We came across this plan and made a few modifications to it, including making the kitchen/living room/laundry room a little larger, adding a deck, and adding trayed ceilings instead of vaulted ones.
Some of our favorite features are the large kitchen, master bath and master bedroom. IT is great. We love it!!!!!
Jackson's Gap, Alabama
The Morgan Landing - HPG-2067-1 |
My name is Sylvia, my husband is Larry. We live in Griffin, Georgia. We built our home two years ago this June. We love it. I?ll try to explain some of the things about the house along with pictures.
I LOVE MY HOUSE
My husband and I are living in our sixth new home. When deciding to build this house we were looking for something that would fit our needs, without getting into a large home, because it?s just the two of us.
We like the look of the craftsman style, although we made a few changes on the plans inside and on the outside. Changing these fit our need a little better. We opened the flex room, adding five large posts instead of keeping the walls.
This space, now open, flows into the great room/den. We put the fireplace/gas logs on the wall area backing the hall, also adding bookcases next to the fireplace. We then put windows where the fireplace was shown on the plans. This makes a great view across our covered screened porch, deck, and yard and woods.
In the kitchen, we kept the bar on the same level as the counter top; this opens up into the breakfast room. We added large windows in the breakfast room where it called for a door to the covered porch. We put the door in the great room on a wall along the side of two large windows.
The master bedroom is great. We painted it a beautiful suede leather brown with white trim, this color flows into the master bath where we have a large walk-in shower.
Pictures will hopefully show you the changes.
Several reasons for choosing this floor plan were so we could make a few changes, making it our own. We looked at book after book, and plan after plan before choosing. But, this was the right choice for us.
Our builder says he had more compliments on this home than any home he has ever contracted.
Come for a visit. I?ll be happy to show you our home.
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Sylvia & Larry P.