Have you dreamed of having a home built that was just perfect for you and your family? As a new home builder in Springfield, MO, Hawthorne Creek Homes individualizes each floor plan to suit our home buyers needs.
That dream is easier to achieve today than ever before. Our base location is in Irish Hills Estates located in Nixa, MO and we have expanded our home building operations all over the Springfield, MO area. With several floor plans individualized to meet your needs and many lots available, Hawthorne Creek Homes is providing a fresh, attractive choice for home buyers wary of the old designs, floor plans, and features, finally giving Springfield, MO something different in the new home market.
Owned and operated by Stan and Regina Gutshall, Hawthorne Creek Homes has over 35 years of experience in new home construction. Having built homes in major metropolitan markets, we’ve decided to bring our innovative ideas and techniques to Springfield, MO after falling in love with Southwest Missouri during a trip in 2007.
Visit our model home and experience the quality construction and materials that make a Hawthorne Creek Home the best value in new home construction found in Springfield, MO.
Building your dream home is an amazing achievement, but before you get to throw a housewarming party, there are many decisions to make. We put together a list of things you may want to start thinking about to help you prepare for the decisions ahead.
Since you’ll live in your home for years, you’ll want to make sure that it’s in a convenient location. But you should also consider choosing a desirable location that will improve your resale value as well.
Do you want to see the sunset from your dinner table or spend mornings watching the sunrise from your deck? You’ll want to consider the orientation of your home based on how you like to live.
Size and flexibility
Your home should meet your needs today as well as years from today. To ensure this, you should think about your life in the upcoming years.
Space and use
Do you need a large garage or do you need a kid’s playroom? Your home should reflect how you plan to live and be flexible enough to adapt to your changing needs.
Of course, if you need guidance, your home builder will be able to provide a wealth of information and help you make the best decisions for your unique situation.