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HDC-1955-1 - Driftwood Cove
|Living Sq. Ft:||1955 sq. ft.||Floors||1.5|
|Bedrooms:||3||Width||72 ft. - 0 in.|
|Baths:||2.5||Depth||48 ft. - 0 in.|
|Traditional / Country / Southern / European|
As low as: $950.00
Customer Reviews of this House Design:
It sold before we were even finished building!|
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.
This home offers a very functional split floorplan layout. The great room features 12-foot ceilings, cozy fireplace with gas logs, and welcoming transoms above the windows. Excellent views of the great room and back yard from kitchen. The expansive and well-appointed master suite includes a large walk-in closet, an oversized jet tub, separate shower, compartmentalized toilet and dual vanities. Other key features of the home include a home office, large utility room, wet wear closet, and large 2 car garage with separate storage. The optional bonus room provides an excellent space for a playroom and even has room for an extra bath. This home truly has the flexibility and features that your family wants!
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