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This rope bed dates back to the late 1800s
This rope bed dates back to the late 1800s
  • The house in afternoon sun, viewed from the south
  • Looking toward the house from the north
  • The house viewed from a hill to the northeast
  • The covered front porch faces west, overlooking a valley below
  • A view of the kitchen!
  • View looking toward a bank of windows in the kitchen
  • In the kitchen, looking toward the breakfast nook.
  • New stove and oven. Mr. Coffee or Aeropress for coffee. There's a coffee grinder, but BYOBeans
  • New Microwave in the kitchen!
  • Another view of the breakfast nook
  • You'll find pretty much all the tools you'll need to make some great meals.
  • Another view of the dining room.
  • The livingr oom with its beautiful river rock fireplace, made by a local stone mason. There is a large screen TV and DVD player in the armoire.
  • Sofa in the living room folds out to sleep 2 more people
  • View of the dining room from the living room
  • Games available; phone service, not :)
  • Charming clawfoot bathtub; ornamental tile from Ann Sacks Tile in Seattle
  • In response to requests from our guests, we recently added a shower!
  • The downstairs bedroom. There are 2 storage closets with extra linens, vacuum, chairs and more.
  • Heading upstairs to four more bedrooms
  • This is a tiny bedroom with a day bed. The day bed actually pulls out like a drawer, revealing another twin mattress.
  • We call this the "stick bed," made from trees that grew on the property.
  • This rope bed dates back to the late 1800s
  • This is the "lodge" bedroom, decorated with antique fishing reels.
  • Bedroom with twin beds.
  • Covered shed can be used for projects, chopping wood, or even camping outside.
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This rope bed dates back to the late 1800s