House Plan Gallery Releases New European Style Home Design HPG-2418-1...
12/17/2014

Unique Homeplans Just Released by Top-Rated Design Firm, House Plan Gallery

Online PR News – 17-December-2014 – Mandeville/LA – House Plan Gallery, an Award-winning home design firm based out of South Mississippi, is pleased to announce the third house plan in the company's new "European" home collection.

The third new home design in this series is the HPG-2418-1 home plan, which is a 4 bedroom / 2.5 bath home with 2,255 square feet of living space.

Gale T. from Statesboro, Georgia had built the HPG-2418-1 home and had this to say: "We highly recommend House Plan Gallery and their house plans, and would definitely buy from them again and recommend them to all our friends and family..."

The Brookhollow Lane http://www.houseplangallery.com/HPG-2418-1 is a well-designed plan that features upscale features, including front and rear covered porches which add plenty of outdoor space, including the popular outdoor kitchen.

In addition, the expansive great room includes 12' ceilings and features built-in cabinets and a gas fireplace-perfect for those cold winter nights. The spacious kitchen features an island, a large eating bar, and breakfast area.

Finally, the master bedroom has a raised ceiling and opens into the well-equipped bath with dual lavatories, oversized jet tub, and large his and her walk-in closets-storage and luxury all in one. Space is also provided for that home office that so many families want, and the large bonus room also provides a perfect place for storage or future expansion.

"One of the most unique aspects of the HPG-2418-1 home is its highly-efficient use of space in the floorplan", noted Mark Mathis, president of House Plan Gallery.

"We are proud to be one of the very few home designers that truly understand how precious every single square foot of space is, to a family living in a 2,418 square foot home. We never want our clients to feel like they 'missed out' on a feature that they wanted, just because they needed to choose a smaller home."