Island Getaway

The timber walls are up and the midfloor is framed on this 2,800 sf modified Country Manor. Located on Harstine Island, this waterfront retreat will have plenty of room for friends and family gatherings. The 1,525 sf main level includes a master bedroom suite, open kitchen / dining / living, walk-in pantry, mudroom / laundry room, guest bedroom, full bath and covered entry ways. The second level includes a large rec room, two full baths, a third bedroom plus a study and an office. A wrap-around deck will afford spectacular views and outdoor living space. A carport is planned at the backside of the home. It was a treat to see the deer wandering through when the material package was delivered.

New Sporthaus 890 Under Construction

The homeowners are excited to see the progress of their 890 sf Sporthaus cabin located on the Key Penninsula in Washington. This home was designed with our Post & Beam (stud framed) wall system. While the contractor is building, the homeowners are staining the 1 x 8 cedar siding boards themselves. Installation of the 1 x 8 cedar siding is almost complete. The cabin includes an open kitchen / great room with a bedroom and full bath on the main level. The 280 sf open loft overlooks the great room and has a view of Case Inlet.

This home is a mirror image of our stock Sporthaus 890. You can view here

Index Mountain Retreat

Builders have completed the shell construction on this mountain cabin.  First floor timbers have been installed. Deck joists are in. Mid-floor floor system and stairs to the upper level are in - along with interior partition framing. The two most recent photos show the roof system in place and the windows installed. 

House Details:  This is a two-story home built over a full basement.  1,432 sf at the main level and 724 st at the loft.  Three bedrooms / three baths.  The basement contains a drive-through garage and large shop area.

The owners are incorporating natural granite boulders (dug from the building site) to accent both the landscaping and the home.

 

 

What Our Clients Are Saying...

"No Surprises"

In the summer of 1989 my wife Marilyn and I acquired beach property on Hartstene Island in Mason County. We decided to build a cedar type home and talked with several different manufacturers. After making many comparisons, we decided on Cedar Homes of Washington and have not been sorry about our decision. During construction, Mike and Judy were available to answer questions and they handled even the smallest problems in a timely fashion. There were no surprises from start to finish. Our home went together as expected and the quality of the materials was excellent.

-- Harold Nickel