Port Susan Waterfront Home

Small home tucked carefully on a very small lot, including septic system on one side and bulkhead on the other.
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Sitting high above the water, this Northwest shingle-style two-story view residence embodies the dreams of our clients. It captures the breathtaking views of the water and mountains on one side, while embracing the forested area on the other. This courtyard is a lovely transition area tying the carriage house, guest cabin and the home together. Photos by Steve Keating
“not sure if I like this or not?” — loriholdenscott
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Courtyard between home and carriage house. Northwest shingled two-story view residence. Landscape Architect: Roger Hill Photos by Steve Keating
“Architect Firm” — danzal
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Northwest two-story view residence. Photos by Steve Keating
“balcony” — antfarm33
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Lovely concrete stairs slip between carefully placed large rock, creating a waterfall effect of the stairway to the lower yard. Landscape Architect: Roger Hill & Assoc. Photos by Steve Keating
“Garde corps galeries” — lobchagnon
Shingle-style home and carriage house
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Landscaped courtyard area between house, carriage house, and cabin. Landscape Architect: Roger Hill & Assoc. Photos by Steve Keating
“position of rocks” — creativemonty
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Carriage house across courtyard from shingle-style home Landscape Architect: Roger Hill & Assoc. Photos by Steve Keating
“siding” — debmccall
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Updated original on-site cabin is seen just off the courtyard between the house and carriage house. Exposed scored concrete is the carefree hardscape in the courtyard. Landscape Architect: Roger Hill & Assoc. Photos by Steve Keating
“window grids” — Karin Smylie
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Updated original on-site cabin Landscape Architect: Roger Hill & Assoc. Photos by Steve Keating
“incorporation of natural features (large rocks) in close proximity to the home.” — lseacrist
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Updated original on-site cabin Landscape Architect: Roger Hill & Assoc. Photos by Steve Keating
“bolder color combo, good blend with farm” — hipkeideas
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Vaulted entry with library landing above. Collar ties were used as part of the structure and interest in the large vaulted space. Photos by Steve Keating
“Railing” — timcandace
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Vaulted entry with library landing and entries to den and master bedroom. Photos by Steve Keating
“picture placement in bookcase” — nicoleemurphy
Western facing kitchen
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Sun-filled kitchen looking to the western water view with direct access to the deck from kitchen and dining areas. This creates for great flow for large gatherings and entertaining both indoors and out. Photos by Steve Keating
“beams” — Laurie Grayson McGraw
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Dining room adjacent to kitchen with direct access to large deck through French doors. Living room is adjacent to dining with a warm brick faced fireplace and hardwood floors. Photos by Steve Keating
Port Susan Waterfront Home
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View to carriage house from balcony of library in main house. Exposed collar ties add interest in the high vault. Photos by Pelletier + Schaar
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Waking up and going to sleep looking out to the water and mountains from the master bed is just one of the many things the clients love about their home. Photos by Steve Keating
“bedroombuiltin” — charlottet702
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