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HDC-1509B-1 - The Wilson Creek
|Living Sq. Ft:||1509 sq. ft.||Floors||1|
|Bedrooms:||3||Width||61 ft. - 0 in.|
|Baths:||2||Depth||47 ft. - 4 in.|
Slab /Crawlspace /Basement
|Country / Traditional / Ranch / Farmhouse / Craftsman|
As low as: $950.00
Customer Reviews of this House Design:
Excellent plans, had no issues using them at all!|
Received my order quickly. Everything was in good condition. Excellent plans, had no issues using them at all! Easy to utilize the plans during the building process. Living in or new dream house now!
I would definitely recommend them.|
House Plan Gallery was very easy to work with. They are very knowledgeable and were willing to make whatever revisions possible to meet my requests and customize our house plans. They were also very honest and provided reasoning and excellent advice if I asked a question or requested something that they felt wouldn't work well. I would definitely recommend them.
It's a beautiful bungalow style home, all on one level with a fabulous master suite, a large great room, two covered porches and two additional bedrooms as well as attached two car garage.|
I bought this house plan with the intent to build a future "retirement" home in Port Townsend, a seaside community on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.
It's a beautiful bungalow style home, all on one level with a fabulous master suite, a large great room, two covered porches and two additional bedrooms as well as attached two car garage.
I especially liked this plan because of the varied roof line which gives it fabulous curb appeal and the great room which makes it feel a lot bigger than it's 1500 square feet.
Some of my favorite features are that it has two covered porches, a large and luxurious master suite, and it is all one one level.
The home is built on a level and private wooded lot, 2 blocks from the beach and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. In the morning, the sun shines down through the trees onto the back porch and you can sit there sipping your coffee and watch the very tame deer wander through the forest and right up to the house.
We painted the house in a combination of forest green, tan, and off white trim with a dark cherry stain on the front door. It looks perfect in the woods and makes a wonderful addition to the neighborhood.
I would definately recommend House Plan Gallery to anyone looking for a new home...
Port Hadlock, Washington
Thanks House Plan Gallery for helping us find and build our dream home!!|
We have lived in our current two bedroom, one bath, 988 square foot home for 12 years. Since we moved in, we've subsequently had 2 children. Making it a little cramped to say the least.
So we started looking at other homes. Not much caught our eye in our small town, so we looked into a quality modular home, but they only have so many options available.
That's when we came across your HousePlanGallery.com site and my wife fell in love with the HPG-1509B-1 plan.
We started in May of 2009 with 1.17 acres on the edge of town, and I went about excavating some trees and brush from the property with the help of some friends and a bulldozer. Once we decided where to place the home on the lot, we started digging for the basement. We did all of the digging and tile drainage ourselves, and basically whatever else we could do for ourselves to save money.
We then hired a contractor to pour the footers and basement for us. Once that was completed, we installed our steel support beams and posts. And finally we hired a contractor to construct the home, as per the blueprints supplied to us from House Plan Gallery.
The contractor has done an excellent job, and we have been able to do alot of the inside work ourselves to save money, like insulate, hang drywall, install doors, etc. The house is shaping up nicely, and we are at the "mudding of the drywall" stage now and hope to complete the home in the next month.
Our kids are so excited to have their own room. We will have 3200 square ft of living space. We won't know what to do with ourselves.
Thanks House Plan Gallery for helping us find and build our dream home!!
Cory and Jessica B.
We could not be more pleased!|
House Plan Gallery has been very professional and easy to work with. We would recommend them to anyone who desires a well thought through plan that is incredibly detailed. Even across the country, these true professionals see that their clients are serviced in an extremely timely fashion and make themselves available for any questions that one may have. We could not be more pleased!
Tim and Debbie C.
Developers, Lakeside at Cross Creek, Camdenton, MO.
This home provides a very functional split-floor plan layout with many of the features that your family desires. Expansive master bedroom / bath with trayed ceiling and plenty of storage space in the his and her walk-in closets. Large great room with vaulted ceiling and gas log fireplace. Front and rear covered porches. Laundry Room. Open kitchen layout with plenty of counter space for that growing family. Basement foundation option. Great value with a wide variety of innovative features. Make this your home today!
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