Want a farmhouse but do want to deal with all those pesky excess acres? There's a house for that. This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath Woodinville house has a lot of the look and feel of a farmhouse. Look around the kitchen and find weathered lumber for an accent wall, appliances big enough to feed a crew, and hardy floors that could withstand mud - that they've probably hardly ever seen. They're asking $1,495,000 for the 3,110 square feet of living space; and spacious it is, with high ceilings, lots of windows, and one woodstove that will work to heat the place. The stove is red, so that should help. The refined office and library suggest where most of the work really takes place, and it would be a good setting for some quiet computer time. Outside is where the farm feel is more apparent. The trellis by the firepit, the architecture that does blend into what a modern farm house could be; and the key features like the barn, pasture, and 1.83 acres, which is enough for livestock but not so much that entire days are spent mowing or harvesting. The key monument to the rural life is the antique windwill that acts as a landmark to anyone trying to find the place. Take it one step further and hook it up to something, because it looks operational, but doesn't seem to be attached to anything like a pump or a generator - yet.