* Note: Total Living Area does not include garage, covered
porch, deck, patio, storage square footage, etc.
First Floor: 2,769 sq. ft.(heated)
Bonus Room: 374 sq. ft. (unheated)
Front Porch: 217 sq. ft. (unheated)
Rear Porch: 194 sq. ft. (unheated)
Garage / Storage: 857 sq. ft. (unheated)
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This traditional country home includes an open floor plan with 4 spacious bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, a split-bedroom layout, and other unique features. The master suite includes a raised ceiling in the master bedroom, 2 large his and her walk-in closets, a jet tub, and an oversized shower. The kitchen is fully-equipped with a wraparound raised bar, pantry, and a large adjoining breakfast area. Just off of the kitchen is a beautiful formal dining room complete with built-in shelves and 10' ceilings. One bedroom can even be used as a family member suite. Expansive great room features 12' ceilings, a gas log fireplace, and great views to the rear porch beyond. Large front and rear covered porches complement the livability of this home. This plan even features a large bonus room area perfect for storage or future expansion. An oversized garage is also provided for real-sized vehicles. Room spaces are designed large enough to have added space for a comfortable lifestyle!
Living Sq. Ft:
Unheated Sq. Ft.: 1642
Total Sq. Ft.: 4411
Width: 75 ft. - 6 in.
Depth: 74 ft. - 10 in.
Foundation Type(s) Available:
Slab /Crawlspace /Basement
Number of Cars:
Brick / Stucco
Hip / Gable
8 in 12
Sec. Roof Pitch:
14 in 12 & 12 in 12
26 ft. - 5 in.
Main Ceiling Height: 9 ft.
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Our builder says he had more compliments on this home than any home he has ever contracted!
My name is Sylvia, my husband is Larry. We live in Griffin, Georgia. We built our home two years ago this June. We love it. Iíll try to explain some of the things about the house along with pictures. I LOVE MY HOUSE. My husband and I are living in our sixth new home. When deciding to build this house we were looking for something that would fit our needs, without getting into a large home, because itís just the two of us. We like the look of the craftsman style, although we made a few changes on the plans inside and on the outside. Changing these fit our need a little better. We opened the flex room, adding five large posts instead of keeping the walls. This space, now open, flows into the great room/den. We put the fireplace/gas logs on the wall area backing the hall, also adding bookcases next to the fireplace. We then put windows where the fireplace was shown on the plans. This makes a great view across our covered screened porch, deck, and yard and woods. In the kitchen, we kept the bar on the same level as the counter top; this opens up into the breakfast room. We added large windows in the breakfast room where it called for a door to the covered porch. We put the door in the great room on a wall along the side of two large windows. The master bedroom is great. We painted it a beautiful suede leather brown with white trim, this color flows into the master bath where we have a large walk-in shower. Pictures will hopefully show you the changes. Several reasons for choosing this floor plan were so we could make a few changes, making it our own. We looked at book after book, and plan after plan before choosing. But, this was the right choice for us. Our builder says he had more compliments on this home than any home he has ever contracted. Come for a visit. Iíll be happy to show you our home.
Our experience with this designer was a home buyers dream...
Our experience with this designer 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!
My wife's Grandfather passed away and we decided to sell our then current home to build near her.It had always been my dream to build a Craftsman style home because I absolutely love the architecture and the simplicity. Now was my chance! We bought magazines from home improvement stores and looked online at countless plans. We always, always kept coming back to this plan from this designer. The size is perfect. The bathrooms are roomy, the room sizes are good. The media room was a bonus (so the kids could play their games and leave our TV alone!). We loved it, and still do after living there for a year. I would not change anything about it or the way we did it. Its PERFECT and now my dream has come true!
The layout of this home has brought our family closer together in ways that we never could have imagined...
My husband has had the vision to build for several years and the timing was right for our family in terms of the economy and employment situations. There are so many features that we LOVE! The large front porch (where I have added a porch swing), the covered backporch, the large great room, the breakfast area, the kitchen, the master bath! When my husband and I saw this house plan, we both knew it was the perfect house plan for our family and would meet all of our needs and wants. Our lot overlooks a wooded area so the large number of windows provide access to gorgeous wooded views that some find only in vacation homes. There are many features to this house that we absolutely love, but as a mom, the large breakfast area is one of my favorites. We have only lived in this home two short months, but the breakfast area has already provided several opportunities for our family to come together over meals and board games while spending time together. In addition, it is nice to be in the kitchen close by while my children have their friends over and are hanging out/ snacking (as kids and teens will do). The porches are another favorite! Since I was a girl growing up next to an elderly lady who would invite me to sit and talk on her front porch swing, I have always dreamed of owning a home with a porch swing and now I have it! The memories that I have of the time I spent with my Christian neighbor and the values she imparted to me are priceless because we had a place to relax and spend time. I now have my own porch swing on my front porch to share with my own children. This is also the first time my family has had a covered back porch. We have spent more time outdoors in two months on the back porch then we did in an entire year at our old home with a deck. We've enjoyed rain storms, reading books, meals and more in the shade and privacy of our covered back porch. The bedroom layout of this house plan was also perfect for our family. We have three children ages 6, 10 and 13 (two boys and a girl). The bedroom with the bathroom inside of it was perfect for my only daughter (who is also the youngest). She feels like she is a princess in her pink bedroom with a purple bathroom.
Due to the way the roof line fell, the builder was able to expand this room (with a sloped ceiling). The extra play space is perfect for her dollhouse and other "girl" toys. My two boys have the bedrooms at the top of the stairs facing the front of the house. The large closets give them room for their sports equipments and hobbies (and clothes). The boys also share the bathroom in the upstairs hall. It is perfect! We added a double vanity (instead of one) so that each of my boys would have their own sink bowl (no fighting over who is going to brush their teeth first !). The door between the toilet/shower area and the vanity area also gives each boy the privacy he needs. Lastly, my husband and I have a master bedroom downstairs which makes this a house we can grow old in! The large closets are also a plus and make it easier to keep our things separate and neat. The window over the garden tub looks over the wooded area behind our home and it is a wonderful view that we enjoy each day! My husband's job is based from our home so the home office gives him a private place to work (with doors). The workshop area in the garage also gives him the storage space he needs without having work files cluttering the living areas of our home. In the garage, we divided the garage area and made one car stall separate with a wall. This allowed us to have space for a weight room / fitness area. This means all our equipment, including the treadmill, have a place of their own (and not in the living areas of the house). We opted to finish out the bonus room at the top of the stairs (complete with French doors) for our children (and their friends) to have a place to hang out and play. We've added a television and video games, football table, air hockey and more! This is a great place for our kid's friends. At night, they can roll out the sleeping bags and crash. It has been a lot of fun having this space. We also added a large closet off from the bonus room upstairs. The closet is lined with shelves for legos, board games, toy sets, books and more. This house is the house of our dreams. When my husband and I saw the plan, we both knew right away that this was it! After living here for two months, we were right. The layout of this home has brought our family closer together in ways that we never could have imagined. Family ties are important in this busy world in which we are pulled in so many directions. I am grateful for my home and the opportunity to share my excitement with you! There are so many more things I could share - like the great builder we had, the wonderful woodwork, the gorgeous kitchen, but I think you get the picture! Thank you for making our dreams come true!
The designer's even had someone come in on a day off to reverse the plans and got them to us later that same day!
We moved to North Carolina from Idaho in 2010 due to a military permanent change of station. In the military, moves are anything but permanent. We began looking for a house with 4 bedrooms and a bonus, in the fall of 2009. It was important to us that we had a home that would accommodate a growing family. We currently have 2 year old boy/girl twins, and wanted them to be able to have their own rooms when they got older, and have another bedroom for a nursery for a future child. We also wanted to have a bonus room for out-of-town guests since our family all lives out of state. It seemed that all the houses on the market were only 3 bedrooms with a bonus, and despite having more square footage than our home in Idaho, they had less usable space, with only a small family room. (Our home in Idaho was a 3 bedroom home, but had a large family room, and small office, and a living room.) All the 4 bedroom+ homes we saw had only the master on the first floor, and the rest of the bedrooms upstairs. Because we have little ones, we wanted to have the bedrooms on the first floor, with the master on one side of the house and the bedrooms on the other. We finally decided that the best option would be to build a home. Something that we had done in Idaho. With mortgage rates being so low, it was a good time to be able to build. We began meeting with builders and looked at a few builder spec plans, but did not see what we were looking for. We finally began looking on-line through thousands of plans, and discovered House Plan Gallery's HPG-2400 Morgan Ridge home plan and the HPG-2212 Hampton Avenue home design Both plans being very similar, offered exactly what we were looking for. The size of the breakfast areas could accommodate a dining room table and hutch which would allow the flex-space to be used as a study. Most people never use their formal dining rooms but once a year, so to us it seemed like a waste of space. We decided after comparing both plans and costs, that the Hampton Ave was the one for us. We love the exterior with the front bedroom with the bay window and the stone accents. The two covered porches are great for sitting outside and enjoying the evenings. Thankfully, we found a great builder who did an awesome job building our home and being responsive to all of our requirements. The team over at House Plan Gallery was also very helpful, especially when right before we were to break ground, the building department decided they wanted a reverse set of plans before they would issue the permits. We had to reverse the plans due to placement of the septic tank on the lot.Someone had come in on a day off to reverse the plans and got them to us later that same day! The process of building this home went much smoother than building our first home in Idaho did. The house turned out beautiful and we are very satisfied. The house has plenty of space for our family. The twins share a room currently, and we use one bedroom as a play room, and the other is an extra guest room that will eventually be turned into a nursery for another child. The bonus room is complete with a bathroom and shower and is perfect when grandparents come to visit, which they do frequently. The kitchen has plenty of counter-space and cabinets. The Hampton Ave is a great house plan, and we continually get great comments from family, friends and neighbors on how nice the house is. Several neighbors have even told us that this is their favorite house in the neighborhood. (I'm sure thats next to their own!) We are very thankful and blessed that we could build such a wonderful home!
The open floor plan is ideal for being able to cook, and visit, and watch television all at the same time...
I was born and raised in the country. One day, I got to thinking life might be simpler if I live in town, closer to everything and a smaller yard. So, we sold and moved to town. Boy, was I wrong. After 4 years, (and a death in our family), we sold our home in town and decided to go back to our roots, out in the country, to live close to Grandma after Grandpa passed away in July 2009. So, we began searching the internet and bought several books of house plans. Nothing. We went back to the internet and just so happened to find this plan. We were excited. It was perfect. The open floor plan, the porches, the media room, we could not have designed a plan better ourselves. We ordered the plan and got busy. We even decided to serve as our own contractor and build the house ourselves. It has been a great experience and I would recommend it to anyone. This house is more roomy that I ever thought 1853 square feet could be, especially coming from a 2600 square foot house prior to this one. The open floor plan is ideal for being able to cook, and visit, and watch television all at the same time... Thank you for giving us the opportunity, and inspiration, to come back to our roots and helping us build the house we have always dreamed of having.