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  • Randy B. Ocean Springs, Mississippi - HPG-1654-1: The Cherrywood

    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 the HPG-1654-1 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 allotted time frame. And in September of 2009, we moved in and became the happy owners of a beautiful House Plan Gallery home.

    Some pictures taken during the construction process may be viewed here: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/album.php?id=702243524&aid=89187

  • Geof & Jenny C. Valleyview, Alberta, Canada - HPG-18002-1: The Shadow Lane

    My wife (Jenny) and I (Geof) had been living in the Lower Main Land of British Columbia (Canada). We enjoyed our work and our friends there but were really wanting to move back to North Western Alberta to own some land and enjoy the open spaces. My growing girls had always dreamed of having their own horses and this was something that was not going to happen in BC. I also longed to get back to hunting, quading, and snowmobiling, again things I’d not be able to afford in BC. A large draw was also to live closer, once again, to a favorite cousin who was one of my best friends–Robert. Robert had been a bachelor for many years and finally met the woman of his dreams. We were looking so forward to getting to know Robert and his new wife Katrin, as a couple.

    Tragically, six weeks after we had moved and three days short of their one year anniversary, Robert died in his sleep. We were devastated and wondered if we had made a mistake. We almost moved back to BC, because we didn’t know how we could move forward, having had such a huge loss. Slowly the healing began to take hold and we started to think again about building our dream home. Robert’s widow, Katrin, told us that one of Robert’s last wishes that he expressed to her was that he wanted to sell a treasured piece of land to us.

    Robert and I grew up hunting, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and playing on this beautiful property. When Katrin told us she’d like to sell this land to us, we were moved to tears and happily bought it from her. Many years earlier, Robert had cleared out an area on this property that he hoped to eventually build a log cabin on. He started building the log cabin with large sruce trees that dominated the property. He never did complete it as he just got too busy farming, but he did move the logs to his residence, just in case he would have time to work on it further. Once he passed away and even before we knew what house plan we would build, we knew where we would build the house. It would be on the spot that Robert had always dreamed of building his log cabin.

    Jenny and I are not log cabin people, so that was never a question, but we wanted to somehow acknowledge Robert’s dream for this part of the land. We have built our dream house and to top it off we plan to use some wood from Robert’s half-built log cabin to make a mantle for our fireplace in our great room. Through our grief, the excellent design and assistance from House Plan Gallery to modify our plan has helped working through our loss a little more bearable. Many of Robert’s friends and family members who have seen our house, have commented that Robert would have been so pleased to see what we’ve done with this property.

    When we found your plans, we knew we found what we were looking for… Some of our favorite features of this home design are the spacious great room, the beautiful dormer windows at the front which let in a lot of natural light, and an amazing master bedroom and suite.

    This house is not just our dream house, it is a memorial to an amazing godly man who was everyone’s friend and whose influence is still being felt in so many people’s lives to this day. Thanks House Plan Gallery for a beautiful house plan, which has turned into a beautiful house, which has become our home, which has brought a lot of peace and comfort…

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  • Amanda G. - American Falls, ID - HPG-2108-1 – The Morgan Ridge

    House Plan Gallery was great to work with. They were very helpful with the estimated cost to build, answering any random questions I thought of. Once I decided on a plan I received it very quickly and can’t wait to start building!

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