* Note: Total Living Area does not include garage, covered
porch, deck, patio, storage square footage, etc.
First Floor: 1,603 sq. ft. (living)
Front Porch: 30 sq. ft. (unheated)
Garage: 498 sq. ft. (unheated)
Storage: 42 sq. ft. (unheated)
The "open" nature of this home's floorplan is designed to meet the needs of many homeowners and builders who are looking to build on a relatively narrow lot. The focal point of the great room is the entertainment center. The open area boasts a raised bar for conversations with family and friends while isolating them away from the work triangle. The master suite has great amenities with a trayed ceiling, large garden tub, oversized shower, linen, large closet, and is located next to the flex space that may serve as an office, nursery, or hobby room. A spaciouse patio lends itself to grilling out, sunbathing, and visiting with friends. Large garage features well-sized storage space. A plan that meets the needs of the busy family!
Living Sq. Ft:
Unheated Sq. Ft.: 570
Total Sq. Ft.: 2173
Width: 50 ft. - 0 in.
Depth: 65 ft. - 0 in.
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Brick / Siding
10 in 12
Sec. Roof Pitch:
20 ft. - 2 in.
Main Ceiling Height: 9 ft.
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The home is so beautiful. Itís a dream come true for us!
We have gotten so many compliments on the details of this house. We were our own general contractors and added some personal details to the home. It is wonderful walking through and knowing where every nail and screw is placed. And I have a photo journal of the entire process. The home is perfect for entertaining with its open floor plan, and I enjoy the privacy the split bedroom plan offers. I love the front porch and the cozy fireplace. It took a long time, but we found the perfect home. The people at this company were willing to modify the plans to suit our needs.The home is so beautiful. Itís a dream come true for us!
The house plan was perfect! ...Great for entertainment and to enjoy after a long day at work...
The house plan was perfect... Its really hard to just name a few features that I like about this home design, but my favorites are: the tray ceiling in the Dining and Master Bedroom; the porch in the back; the bedrooms being completely on the other side of the house from the master bedroom; and the large oversized garage with the workshop area. When we purchased the plans, we wanted to find a contractor that would actually build the plans "to the letter" of the actual working drawings, so we asked the local building inspector for recommendations. We found a contractor from that recommendation, and the ball started rolling from there. We made a few modifications to home, onsite, including moving the fireplace to better allow for the placement of a full video/audio center cabinet. We also screened-in the porch and made the fourth bedroom a little larger so as to serve as my wife's scrap room. However, the largest modification was made on the bonus room, where we stick-built the roof to add an additional 1,500 sq ft which will include a full bath with a ~ 500 sq ft game room, 300 sq ft computer/media room, and a 700 sq ft home theater. This upper level is under construction as we speak and I can't wait to get in there! The porch was screen-in and the 4th bedroom was made larger to the wife's scrap room. Bathroom was removed to add space. Also window was added to wall where no window appeared in plan to add sunlight. However the largest modification was done to the Bonus Room. The roof was was stick built to add an additional 1500 sq ft. that will include a full bath with a 500 s/f game room, 300 s/f computer/media room and a 700 sq ft Home theater. This upper level is a home project under construction as I write. The home is great and a great layout. Great for entertainment and to enjoy after a long day at work.
We had over $1,400,000 debt, and could have legally taken bankruptcy...
We owned a commercial roofing company and a trucking business that grew too fast. Poor decisions, and other circumstances contributed to the problems. Jerry's Dad, his business partner, got sick and died. After an audit we realized we were losing thousands of dollars a month. We had over $1,400,000 debt, and could have legally taken bankruptcy, but we believed that we should sell everything we could and pay back our debts. We had a nice 1926 AC ranchette home that was free and clear as well as having lots of other assets, such as cars, trucks, horses, cattle, etc. We sold everything but 1 horse, and our furniture, and we moved in with Jerry's mother who helped us with some of the debt. We actually got all the way down to having only $100 and driving a borrowed car, but we had peace! Jerry's mother gave us some land and we bought a mobile home, initially. Jerry worked hard at any job he could find. Donna went back to school, got her real estate license after 30 years as a stay-at-home wife and mother, and went to work. Over the next few years, with God's help and grace, we gradually paid back all the debt, began to save, and dreamed of building a house on our land. In 2009, we began to build and placed a Bible in our slab as a reminder of who helped us get out of our dire circumstances. We moved into our new wonderful, Country Craftsman style house in Feb 2010 and felt so blessed and restored. It is gorgeous! We made just a few modifications to the home including taking the pantry/closet out to make the dining room area larger with a nook for our antique buffet. We also omitted the stairwell (no upstairs) and made a huge pantry. We also put an outdoor fireplace on the patio and have really been enjoying it. Finally, our favorite features of this beautiful home are the Country Craftsman Style, tall ceilings, split bedrooms, big closets, two dining areas, covered patio, and the big front porch. We would definitely recommend this designer for anyone looking for a beautiful design with a floorplan that absolutely minimizes wasted space. Highly recommended!
Now we have a place to call home for years to come!
We must have looked a thousand house plans. The first one both my wife and I loved ended up being the same one we purchased four weeks later. It was the best fit for our family, to us, the nicest looking one, and to be honest...the best priced web site. I have never built a house before. To be clear, I am not a carpenter by any stretch of the imagination. My decision to take a month or two off of work to be 'hands on' though proved to be a lesson in life I look back on, and am glad that I decided to do so. As the acting general contractor, I worked hand-in-hand with the local contractors that I hired to build our dream house. Before this, I couldn't have told you what a 'cripple' was or how to install counter tops. I have so many stories to tell our children and grandchildren in our adventure of building a house. When we first started, everyone told us that building a house would be an 'ultimate test' to our marriage. Having the same taste and lack of knowledge in homebuilding, we thought everyone was crazy. NOW i can say that yes, it does test your patience, and yes, it does test your marriage, and YES, we passed the test, if they are keeping score. Tackling something as big as this for the first time can be scary, but in the end, I have to say...that its worth it. Now we have a place to call home for years to come! Thanks to all the kind people... We truly love our new home!
Her father had passed away and my house was burned beyond repair.
Friday, February 13, 2009 -I left my home in Gulfport, MS around 4pm on a three hour drive to Alabama. My best friend, Darryn, was with me and we had to attend a Board meeting at 8pm that night, and a Membership meeting the next morning. Mary Martha, my girlfriend who lives with me, was at her father's house in Ocean Springs, MS. Her father was 92 years old and on his death bed, she was staying with him till he passed. There are no phones where I was staying, in Alabama, and cell service is limited. Around 11:30 pm a fellow member of our club, who lives in the area, came by and woke us up. He explained that I needed to get home because I had a fire at home and there was a hole in my roof. My buddy and I drove around and found cell service. I was able to get in touch with Mary Martha and she filled me in. Her father had passed away and my house was burned beyond repair. We made the trip back to Gulfport safely. The Red Cross set us up with a place to stay and provided us with money for meals for the weekend. They also gave us a debit card for clothes and necessities purchases. My insurance company ended up declaring the house a total loss. Mary Martha's family offered us to stay in her father's house until we figured out all of our requirements in dealing with the insurance company. We ended up renting her father's house from the estate of the family, while our new house was under construction. Our next step, after demolishing the old house, was to decide on a house plan and get quotes from builders. After weeks of internet and local building store searches, we finally decided on a house plan that best meet our needs and wants. We found a certain house plan and you can imagine how surprised we were when the plans came in and we saw that they originated from Hattiesburg, MS. Darryn called me and told me he had bumped into a friend of ours that we had gone to high school and played baseball with. That friend was Johnny Willis and he was a building contractor. I called Johnny and about four other contractors and got bids for building my new home. After alot of discussions and visits to view some of the work completed and in progress, I decided on Mr. Willis. Johnny also did his own framing, this made it easy to make adjustments without having to get the plans re-drawn. Johnny stated he would have it finished in 90-120 days. He started in May of 2009, and even with the MAJOR changes, that effect building in the City of Gulfport by the Code Office and FEMA regulations, due to Hurricane Katrina. He was able to complete the project inside the alotted time frame. And in September of 2009, we moved in and became the happy owners of a beautiful home. Some pictures taken during the construction process may be viewed here: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/album.php?id=702243524&aid=89187