Set atop a knoll overlooking the headwaters of Glendale Creek, this home mirrors the character of the neighboring barns. It stretches out east to west to gather the southern sun and enfolds a pair of outdoor rooms in the process.
This mid-century cabin was reinvented from the ground up. We kept the high strip windows and reinforced its simple lines, but we reworked the interior, gave it some personality and added a playful floating deck for the kid in all of us.
Home to a stone sculptor and a designer, this place is rock solid. Designed to capture the sun, this home absorbs passive and active solar alike. Earthen plaster and radiant heat give the home a warm and tactile quality.
With a flair for the dramatic, this house sparkles when compared to its former self. The new addition sports some nice details, a lot of light and some elbow room for the growing family.
Built on one of the seven lots that preserved Tibbals Lake, this home is imbued with the craftsmanship and care of its owners and the artisan builders of Port Townsend. These photos give just a hint of the unique details throughout.
Designed to compliment the historic four square home nearby, this cottage readily adapts to the needs of its owner. It has served as writing studio, home office, guest cottage and more.