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Call This Bainbridge Luxury Log Cabin Home For $950K


A log home with a log guest house and logs, logs, logs, with a forest of unfelled logs standing around the house, that's the feel of a good log cabin. Well, there is a bit of sheetrock, but that's okay. In 1979 someone built a 2,102 square foot cabin on Bainbridge. It has 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths, and is part of a 3 acre treed lot. Check the history and find if the logs in the house came from trees on the property; not necessary, but worth knowing if that's what they did. Whether it was then or now, there was also a guest house built (maybe it was first?), so guests or kids or anyone who needs a bit of sanctuary has a separate place to go. Now, the price is $950,000 for cathedral ceilings, and a kitchen that is definitely modern and well equipped. A refrigerator with four doors? Is that long, skinny, flat one in the middle for frozen pizzas? The style is direct, simple, and well executed; especially for people who like timber. If living inside the timber isn't enough, sit outside on the deck, beside the fountain, or around the fire pit. At least there should be plenty of firewood around; particularly after that last storm. (Hope the house is still okay.)

· 14701 Sunrise Dr NE, Bainbridge Island [Estately]
· All Cabin Fever coverage [CS]
Written by Tom Trimbath