Country Setting Near Mt. Rainier

Construction is well underway for this Post and Beam 2,079 sf custom Citylights home. The floor-to-ceiling windows in the great room face a pastoral setting and mountain views. The 1,608 sf main level includes a master bedroom wing with walk-in-closet, open kitchen / dining / great room, extra large pantry and a laundry room with a dog wash area.

The second level (which overlooks the great room) includes a second bath and bedroom and a study. This homeowner built a large garage / shop prior to starting construction of the home. That structure makes a great storage area for windows, doors and miscellaneous hardware – while the home is being built. The homeowners will be using the shop to stain their 1 x 8 cedar siding boards.

To see more Citylights designs, check out our floor plans. All of our designs can be modified to suit your budget, lifestyle and jobsite requirements.

What Our Clients Are Saying...

"The Best Place Possible"

It is our hope that this letter will ease your mind that you have found the best place possible to start the exciting journey of building your cedar home.

While driving in North Bend, WA in the summer of 2004, we passed a charming small log home. The owner of this home noticed our interest and invited us to see her home. She was quite proud of it and was used to the attention it received from passersby. She gave us the name and number for Mike and Judy Flanagan (Cedar Homes of Washington).

After meeting with Mike and Judy at their beautiful home, our expectations that they were indeed honest, decent people to work with- were met. We are now nearing completion of our home, and in reality, Mike and Judy's job with us is done. They could move on with other projects. Yet, they still check in with us and will continue to do so until we are complete.

In the course of building our home, we found two big advantages in choosing Cedar Homes of Washington. First, when filing the permit, Mike was there. Mike stayed with us the whole day, answering questions from the building department, enabling us to get our plans submitted in one day. The process would've taken days (and many trips) to and from to finalize this step of the process (if we did this one our own). The second advantage was, if you were to buy a package directly from Pan Abode, or perhaps another dealer, your home package would be literally dropped at your site for you to handle. Mike and Judy were right there at the drop-off, overseeing the placement of all materials, taking inventory of all materials and making sure any discrepancies were rectified.

-- Bob and Laurie Jensen