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MDD on YouTube

Earlier this year McCullough Design Development was featured on the television show "American Builder"!  The show highlights MDD as a premium custom home builder in San Diego, describing how we both design and build the home to the client's budget.  Get to know us a little better and take a look! 



Like Family

Living in the Gables Crossing community at Del Sur is like living with family!  We love our homeowners!  The following are pictures taken last month at our second annual block party.   McCullough Design Development was happy to provide catered Brett's BBQ for dinner... a "Sweets Truck" for dessert, accoustic musical entertainment...   
and games for the kids!   
Our homeowners pitched in with sides, desserts, and great conversation! We are happy to be a part of the Del Sur community of Gables Crossing and for another great year of designing and building homes! For more information on becoming part of our neighborhood, visit our website at  www.mddhomes.com.  We custom design and build high quality  homes our clients will love for years to come!

Dining this Season

Let's face the facts. Autumn is a time for home cook'n and parties!  Kitchens are where all of the action happens this month!  From soup on the stove to something meaty in the oven, we design homes that make cooking a pleasure.  As custom home builders in San Diego, McCullough Design Development allows clients to pick out their own amenities and features like pot-filler faucets over the oven range, double ovens, extra vegetable sinks, granite countertops, etc. We love building custom homes and beautiful gourmet kitchens like this!   
Speaking of kitchens and eating, here are some tips for dining and party-going this season by Michelle May, M.D.

Fifteen eating tips to help you enjoy the season more while eating less:

1. It’s easy to be distracted from signals of physical hunger and satiety at social gatherings, especially when food is the main event. Pay close attention to your body’s signals to guide your eating.

2. Think of your appetite as an expense account. How much do you …