Overlooking the rocky shore, ample windows and a sheltering porch connect the indoors to the spectacular scenery and wildlife that abounds on the bay.
In the rain-shadow of the Olympics, the sunroom on this cabin brightens the interior year-round while the stone chimney anchors the north side of the house firmly to the bedrock headland.
Water surrounds the front of the property with views to a nature preserve on the opposite bank of the bay.
Nearly complete (landscaping is not yet started), the entry projects an inviting country charm on the west facing side of the home… while the south-facing side merits its own family entry facing the open field.
The porch provides a cozy spot to drink in the sunset, even in cool weather under built in radiant heat.
The kitchen anchors one end of the great room spanning the waterside of the home.
The generous coverd terrace beckons whether the sun is shining or the sky is dripping.
In small houses, it takes careful planning to create a sense of spaciousness.
Vacation homes should have several places to curl up and read a book or engage in comfy conversation with a family member or friend.