If your name is Ronald, move to the town of Ronald and see if you can convince anyone the place is named after you. It's a suburb of the town of Roslyn, so if you're spouse has that name you can really tell a story. If not, don't worry. You can still check out this waterfront property on the shore of Lake Cle Elum. For the asking price of $1,150,000, they're selling a 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2,735 square foot modern marvel that was built in 2014. Either it was built on spec, or someone moved out just after moving in. The commute looks like it could be tough, but it is only a little over an hour from Issaquah, which sometimes describes the commute from West Seattle to the Eastside. The house has all the new conveniences in so many listings: high-end appliances, etc., but it also has things that make sense in the playground that is the Cascades. There's a mudroom (or a dust room this year), a double set of washers and dryers, and boot warmers. Put it in perspective. The bootwarmers can handle eight pairs of boots. Whether you're backcountry skiing or snowmobiling along Salmon la Sac, or just want warm feet in the winter, that's a handy appliance. As country and natural as the surroundings, the rest of the house is modern, like an office building beside the lake. With enough bandwidth and the right job, maybe you can work from home, skip the commute, enjoy the view, and end the day with a swim in the lake.