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HDC-1800B-1 - The Pecan Orchard

Living Sq. Ft: 1800 sq. ft. Floors 1.5
Bedrooms: 3 Width 65 ft. - 0 in.
Baths: 2 Depth 56 ft. - 8 in.
Available Foundations:
Slab /Crawlspace /Basement
Architectural Styles:
Country / Traditional / European

As low as: $950.00

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Customer Reviews of this House Design:
Great Plans and an even better team of people to work with!

Great Plans and an even better team of people to work with in beginning the process of building a new home.

Dave P.
Paris, KY
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I highly recommend them!

Bought my house plans from here and I was delighted. I made a few changes and I received the plans super fast and the staff is very professional. I highly recommend them!

Evelyn H.
Newton Grove, NC
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I would recommend House Plan Gallery to anyone.

All i can say, is my wife & I had a great experience designing our floor plan. We had Mark, make several custom changes to the plans and some at short notice and even after the plans were complete. Mark was very patient with us. I would recommend House Plan Gallery to anyone.

Michael D.
Cabot, AR
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Loved the house plan!

Loved the house plan and our house turned out perfect!!

Erika S.
Andersonville, TN
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We just looked at each other and knew that this was the plan…



We were newlyweds living in a mobile home in a small town rural area when we felt a desire for a larger, more permanent home. We were growing concerned that our mobile home would eventually require too much upkeep and through the wisdom of our parents, felt that a site-built home would be a wiser investment. However, at our fairly young age, we were not sure how much of a home we could afford.

At first we began browsing for house plans for the future. We found ourselves wanting to change every plan we came across to fit our lives. We looked through countless books and almost gave up. We happened upon House Plan Gallery online and found our plan immediately. We just looked at each other and knew that this was the plan. It had everything we wanted to add to the other plans.

With the help of online calculators, we found that by ordering our plan ourselves and subcontracting, we could afford a home much more easily than by hiring a general contractor. Not only that, but we could build a larger, more customized home this way.

Everything came into place. We suddenly received an offer on our mobile home and with today's housing market, felt it was time to act. We found the perfect home site, began the mortgage process and everything moved very quickly from that point on. We did have to meet with contractors several times a week, but felt that by being involved in the process, our house was going to be very special and exactly what we wanted.

We finished our home in record time and feel unbelievably blessed. Our home is much more than we ever expected we could have. All of our contractors, inspectors, and even the appraiser fell absolutely in love with the layout of our home and wanted to know where we found our plan. Our friends and family also greatly approved and thought our home was much more costly than it actually was.

We have now been in our new home for about six months, so we are still arranging some things to our taste, but every day we feel continually grateful for the home we have. We absolutely enjoy it. Our home has room for any changes that might take place in our family and our lives.

Aaron & Janell G.
LaVernia, Texas
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We love the house!



We love the house!

Gina G.
Woodland, Alabama
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Everyday, we realize how fortunate we are to live in this beautiful home...



Soon after my husband and I were married, we knew we were going to need a bigger house. I began looking at houseplans on the internet and must have looked at hundreds over 6 months or more. We finally decided that the HPG-1800B-1 home design would work best for our family and the land it would be sitting on.

Our house sits on the former land of my parents right across from their house, located in a rural area. I wanted our house to look like a modern country home. The front and back porched remind me of my grandparents homes which were only a few miles from ours.

The interior of our home has changed our lives because it provides both parents and children their privacy by separating the bedrooms on either end of the house. In our previous house, the bedrooms were so close together that we could hear everything from room to room as if the doors were open. The kitchen and livingroom of of our other house were separated and left the cook (me) feeling isolated and left out. Now the only thing separating the areas are two two 2-foot partial walls where the flooring changes. The garage is very spacious and we have so much potential storage area off the bonus room that we will never need it all. Speaking of the bonus room, we are using it as a home gym and gameroom which my husband and kids absolutely love.

There are so many features that we love it's hard to name just a few. We love the front and back porches. We recently had a patio put in off the back porch and we love it. On the inside, I love the split bedroom design because it gives me and my husband some much needed privacy. The open kitchen and livingroom design keeps the family together during the day. We put a bedroom in the flex space which will easily be changed into an office as the children leave home. We have only 3 left living with us now.

I modified the masterbath by reversing the toilet room with a jetted tub/shower and took out the shower stall. It gave us tons on room for cabinets. We also modified the exterior/front where the garage is. We also added a mudroom in the garage where we put a sink and toilet so that my husband would have it handy when he was working in his detached garage.

I cannot end the story of our home without mentioning our wonderful builder. He helped us save so much money by letting us be the co-contractors. All along the way he tried to get us the best deals on supplies and let me pay all the suppliers early inorder to get discounts. We also did all of the interior painting and caulking to save money. Our home is worth approximately $50,000 more than it costs us, according to an unofficial appraisal.

Everyday, we realize how fortunate we are to live in this beautiful home. It all started with our House Plan Gallery plans, which arrived only 3 days after I ordered them.

Thank you, House Plan Gallery, for improving our quality of life and giving us the home of our dreams.

Jill H.
Clarksville, Tennessee
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This is a great floor plan and everyone that has visited our home has loved it!

After looking at hundreds of floor plans at various different sites we finally narrowed our search down to one floor plan at HousePlanGallery.com. The plan HPG-1800B-1 met all our needs and was very easy and affordable to modify with some minor changes.

Some of the small modifications we made were to expand the size of the house from 1800 sq ft to 2117 sq ft. We also used inner French doors entering the dining room and added a half-bath underneath the bonus room stairwell. We also rearranged the master bath slightly.

There are so many features that we love about this home but a few of our favorites include the room locations, the extra space gained with the bonus room, and the overall look of the exterior. We found a beautiful piece of property located in a pecan orchard that would work well for this particular home design, and we used a reputable local builder and started building November of last year. It took us a little over four months to complete this house, finishing in the second week of march.

We enjoyed watching the different stages of the home being completed, and although we had some doubts that some things might not turn out right, the finished home exceeded our expectations.

This is a great floor plan and everyone that has visited our home has loved it!

Kevin L.
Kathleen, Georgia
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Our experience with HPG was a home buyers dream...



Our experience with Home Design Central was a home buyers dream. We found a plan we liked, made the adjustments that best fit our family, and never had a bad experience in the process. We have had people from our subdivision and others, as well as people from out of state, stop us in our yard to ask about the house and where we purchased our plan. Thank you for making the home building experience magnificent!

James and Amy M.
Hattiesburg, Mississippi
 

This inviting home has country styling with upscale features. The front and rear covered porches add usable outdoor living space. Great room is vaulted with built in cabinets and gas fireplace. The spacious kitchen has an island with an eating bar. The hall bath is equipped with dual lavatories for convenience. The master bedroom has a raised ceiling and opens into the well equipped bath with dual lavatories, corner tub and walk in closet. There is a shop area off the garage for projects and storage. Future space upstairs could be a playroom, extra bedroom, or just extra storage. The flex space could be used as a home office, dining room, or playroom. This is a very flexible home with lots of options to choose from.

 

Like this plan, but its not exactly what you're looking for?
Check out these similar plan(s):

HDC-1816-1, HDC-2250-1, HDC-1802-1, HDC-2200C-1, HDC-2500-1, HDC-1800C-1, HDC-20002-1
 

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House Plan Features:

HDC-1800B-1

Specifications: Square Footage:
Bedrooms 3
Baths 2
Floors 1.5
Garage / Stalls Yes
 
Available Foundations:
Slab /Crawlspace /Basement
 
Architectural Styles:
Country / Traditional / European
 
Designer Comments:
First Floor: 1,800 sq. ft. (living)
Front Porch: 658 sq. ft. (unheated)
Rear Porch: 186 sq. ft. (unheated)
Garage / Shop: 658 sq. ft. (unheated)
Optional Bonus Room: If added, + 302 sq. ft.

Looking for a Basement foundation version of this plan? See house plan HDC-1816-1
 
Related House Plans:
HDC-1816-1, HDC-2250-1, HDC-1802-1, HDC-2200C-1, HDC-2500-1, HDC-1800C-1, HDC-20002-1
 
Total Heated 1800
Total Unheated 1357
Total 3157
 
Home Dimensions & Footprint:
Width 65 ft. - 0 in.
Depth 56 ft. - 8 in.
Ridge Height 23 ft. - 6 in.
 
Other Floor Plan Information:
Roof Pitch 8 in 12
Exterior Wall Construction 2x4
Ceiling Height 9
Roof Type(s) Gable
House Plan Pricing:
CAD File Set:  $ 1525.00
PDF File Set:  $ 1125.00
Reproducible Sets:   $ 1200.00
5 Sets:   $ 1015.00
1 Set:   $ 950.00
Available Options
Materials List:   $ 130.00
Extra Sets:   $ 60.00
Full Reverse Set:   $ 150.00
Mirror Reverse Set:   $ 55.00
Color Rendering :   $ 60.00
 
 

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Important Information:

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In addition to the house plans you order, you may also need a site plan that shows where the house is going to be located on the property. You might also need beams sized to accommodate roof loads specific to your region. Your home builder can usually help you with this. You may also need a septic design unless your lot is served by a sanitary sewer system. Many areas now have area-specific energy codes that also have to be followed. This normally involves filling out a simple form providing documentation that your house plans are in compliance.

In some regions, there is a second step you will need to take to insure your house plans are in compliance with local codes. Some areas of North America have very strict engineering requirements. Examples of this would be earthquake-prone areas of California and the Pacific Coast, hurricane risk areas of the Florida, Gulf & Carolina Coasts. New York, New Jersey, Nevada, and parts of Illinois require review by a local professional as well. If you are building in these areas, it is most likely you will need to hire a state licensed structural engineer to analyze the design and provide additional drawings and calculations required by your building department. If you aren’t sure, building departments typically have a handout they will give you listing all of the items they require to submit for and obtain a building permit.

Additionally, stock plans do not have a professional stamp attached. If your building department requires one, they will only accept a stamp from a professional licensed in the state where you plan to build. In this case, you will need to take your house plans to a local engineer or architect for review and stamping. In addition, plans which are used to construct homes in Nevada are required to be drawn by a licensed Nevada architect.
 

 
 
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