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Quality Workmanship Distinguishes a Remote Washington Home

Posted on 10 February, 2018
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This remote split-level residence in Washington’s Nahahum Canyon is by Balance Associates

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The living room occupies the front double height space.

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The house steps up the hill with the bedrooms on top at the back and the entry in the middle of this side.

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Here, massive concrete blocks and fine woodworking offer a sturdy welcome.

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In such a completely remote setting, the level of quality in the construction is amazing.

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Fine cabinetmaker details like the table construction suggest some furniture was made by the builder.

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The ‘Goldilocks’ kitchen, dining and living room arrangement is just right, neither too big or small.

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Sturdy timber rafters and paneling in the ceiling is continued outside.

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An unpretentious kitchen island is no nonsense practical, eschewing the trendy island sink.

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Bedrooms occupy the back of the house upstairs.

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In front, the ceiling paneling continues to a perfect cosy study nook above the living room.

Everything you need, and nothing more or less.


 



 


 

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 architecture

This remote split-level residence in Washington’s Nahahum Canyon is by Balance Associates

 architecture

The living room occupies the front double height space.

 architecture

The house steps up the hill with the bedrooms on top at the back and the entry in the middle of this side.

 architecture

Here, massive concrete blocks and fine woodworking offer a sturdy welcome.

 architecture

In such a completely remote setting, the level of quality in the construction is amazing.

 architecture

Fine cabinetmaker details like the table construction suggest some furniture was made by the builder.

 architecture

The ‘Goldilocks’ kitchen, dining and living room arrangement is just right, neither too big or small.

 architecture

Sturdy timber rafters and paneling in the ceiling is continued outside.

 architecture

An unpretentious kitchen island is no nonsense practical, eschewing the trendy island sink.

 architecture

Bedrooms occupy the back of the house upstairs.

 architecture

In front, the ceiling paneling continues to a perfect cosy study nook above the living room.

Everything you need, and nothing more or less.

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 architecture

This remote split-level residence in Washington’s Nahahum Canyon is by Balance Associates

 architecture

The living room occupies the front double height space.

 architecture

The house steps up the hill with the bedrooms on top at the back and the entry in the middle of this side.

 architecture

Here, massive concrete blocks and fine woodworking offer a sturdy welcome.

 architecture

In such a completely remote setting, the level of quality in the construction is amazing.

 architecture

Fine cabinetmaker details like the table construction suggest some furniture was made by the builder.

 architecture

The ‘Goldilocks’ kitchen, dining and living room arrangement is just right, neither too big or small.

 architecture

Sturdy timber rafters and paneling in the ceiling is continued outside.

 architecture

An unpretentious kitchen island is no nonsense practical, eschewing the trendy island sink.

 architecture

Bedrooms occupy the back of the house upstairs.

 architecture

In front, the ceiling paneling continues to a perfect cosy study nook above the living room.

Everything you need, and nothing more or less.

Quality Workmanship Distinguishes A Remote Washington Home
 


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