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Two architects come together to create $1.2M Bainbridge property

Living here also comes with a lot of neighborhood perks, including a dock, boat ramp, 1000-feet of community beach, and 40-acres of greenbelt trails

Across the three-quarter-acre property on the northern end of Bainbridge Island, you'll find two buildings. One is the 2,688 square-foot main home designed by Ben Trogdon Architects. The other is the 650 square-foot carriage house designed by Wenzlau Architects. Together they come together for a stunning residence right off Port Madison that recently hit the market asking $1.195M.

The main house exudes a true Pacific Northwest vibe thanks to tall ceilings, wood floors, and big wood-framed windows. The 3-BR, 3.25-bath home seems set up for lots of interaction and relaxation with a living room, dining room, family room, and library/great room.

The carriage house shares a lot of the same characteristics. Between the two buildings, there's more warm space with a stone & concrete hardscape and big courtyard. And then there's a big grassy yard to boot.

Living here also comes with a lot of neighborhood perks, including a dock, boat ramp, 1000-feet of community beach, and 40-acres of greenbelt trails.
· 15876 Euclid Ave NE, Bainbridge Island [Windermere]