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$1.3M Enumclaw ranch mixes luxury with cattle

Grow your own; cattle, that is. You'll need a ranch for that. No reason it can't be comfy, though

Grow your own; cattle, that is. Or, maybe you'll just want lots of space, as in 29.3 acres of it. Outside, unobstructed views of Mt. Rainier. Inside, a mix of urban and country. Take your pick by picking a room. The package is listed at $1,300,000. You get a lot, if you like living in Enumclaw.

The land may be a working cattle ranch, but the house is a 6,610 square foot mix of styles. The long drive past the fenced pastures is country, and there are cattle to prove it. The drive and entrance are finely tended pavement, no muddy boots required; and is done is the style of a lodge that would fit on open land or in the mountains. The lodge feel continues in the living room, adding even more antlers to go with the log beams and river rock fireplace.

A quick switch happens in the kitchen, which is modern and shiny, not a rustic old stove but stainless steel. In the master suite, the bedroom has an enormous river rock fireplace; but the bath area is polished and symmetric - almost as if it was a reflection. Staring in the mirrors may be trippy. Other rooms are relatively conventional and fill in the 5 bedroom, 4 bath count; but the glass rotunda piano room is unique. Practice and play while watching the mountains; or maybe it's arranged so the cattle to watch and listen, too.

This isn't a faux farm. Whether you run a herd or not, check out the impressive barn.

One nice, simple touch is a set of aspens, or are they birch, wrapped in a fence to create a pleasant and somewhat shaded picnic area. Life isn't all work.

· 20520 SE 416th St, Enumclaw [Zillow]