Picard Point Cabin rustic-exterior
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Picard Point Cabin Rustic Exterior, Seattle

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Inspiration for a small rustic one-story wood exterior home remodel in Seattle — Houzz

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Jeanine LaFrance wrote:
What brand of windows did you use?
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Pacific Builders Resource, LLC
Great project !!! Let me know if I can help....
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I live in Guatemala on lake Atitlan . I own a land on the lake . Would love to build a cottage just like this . Have a great carpenter/ builder . Would you be willing to help me with somewhat same design? I have an Guatemalan architect which is currently is designing a house for me. My land is quite big so I would love to built something just like this on different part of my land . Please reply to. nadreofjaibalito@gmail

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Mitchell Parker added this to We Can Dream: The Ultimate Lakeside Getaway
Lake Pend Oreille, in northern Idaho, is quite a sight. It’s the 13th largest freshwater body on the planet and the fifth deepest lake in the United States. So deep that the U.S. Navy still conducts acoustic submarine research there. National forests surround the lake, and its shorelines are sparsely populated. It’s here that Chuck and Pamela Hulbert chose to retire from their lives in Texas. But while they reside in a home that’s a 20-minute walk from the lake, they wanted something closer to the water too. So they bought a piece of land on Picard Point, smack dab in the middle of the lake, and built a 700-square-foot cabin where they could have “an afternoon cocktail and marvel at the beauty of the lake and its surroundings,” Chuck says. After the sun goes down, they can walk the mile back to their home, take a five-minute ATV ride or just build a fire and crawl into bed at the cabin.

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