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HDC-1364-1 - Three Bedroom Duplex
|Living Sq. Ft:||2728 sq. ft.||Floors||1|
|Bedrooms:||3||Width||80 ft. - 0 in.|
|Baths:||2||Depth||41 ft. - 0 in.|
|Country / Ranch / New England / Versatile|
As low as: $1075.00
Customer Reviews of this House Design:
Job well done!|
The building of the HPG-1364-1 home is going great, I appreciated all that your company has done to help me in the process. Job well done...
Bluffton, South Carolina
This spacious three bedroom duplex offers many great features, in an easy-to-construct package. Large bedrooms and closets. Expansive living and dining room areas for those family and friend "get-togethers". Covered porches on both front and rear of house for those weekend cookouts. Split / Open floorplan layout. Great value!
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