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Modern prefab A-frame asks $746K in Snoqualmie Pass

Get fancy by the slopes

A steep-roof A-frame home just past dusk with lights showing through the windows. It’s surrounded by evergreen trees. Photos by Cameron Munn/Courtesy of Windermere

Less than two miles from the Summit at Snoqualmie and a mile from Hyak Sno-Park, this A-frame has a classic, woodsy design—but it’s anything but rustic. The brand-new, prefab home by Bellingham-based Bldhouse is built not just for ski weekends, but a long-term mountain lifestyle.

Modern interior design by Ryan Stephenson is luxurious, but doesn’t upstage the woodsy setting. Exposed fir finishes, including some Douglas fir, provide their own minimalist decor, accented by exposed iron beams. The steeply pitched roof towers over the living area, gathered around a wood-burning fireplace. In the kitchen—which, while equipped with upscale appliances, has a simple, open design—the roof drops to normal height to make room for the upper level.

One bedroom is behind the living area, with a wide back porch along its far wall. The other has a soaring vaulted ceiling that reaches all the way up to the top of the A.

Another feature uncommon to the A-frame ski cabin: A basement has a tiled utility room for an easy apres-ski routine and storage, plus a second bathroom.

160 Cascade Place—one of several upscale Snoqualmie Pass homes listed as The Pass Life—is on the market for 746,000 through Windermere.

The interior of an A-frame cabin with sloping wood-panel walls on either side and hardwood floor below. There’s a round, iron wood stove in front of the far wall, and an iron crossbeam above.
The living area sits under the full height of the A-frame for an open, airy feel, made cozy by dropped ceiling bars and a wood-burning stove.
A galley kitchen with black countertops above light-wood cabinets on either side. The left wall is white with white open shelving, the right wall is a sloped wood-panel wall.
A large but low-key galley kitchen has birch cabinetry and open shelving.
A bedroom with a steep, vaulted, wood-panel ceiling and gray carpet. About two-thirds of the triangular back wall is covered in windows. The bed is against the right sloped wall and has a gray bedspread.
One bedroom stretches up into the peak of the A-frame, with floor-to-ceiling windows for the full effect.
A bedroom with wood-panel wall, exposed-beam ceiling, and hardwood flooring. Sliding-glass doors lead to a deck overlooking evergreen trees. The head of the bed is along the right wall and has a white bedspread.
A bedroom with a dropped ceiling still has a warm, cabin feel, surrounded by exposed wood with a private deck.
Two red adirondack chairs on a wood-plank deck with a wooden railing with metal cables. There are evergreen trees past the deck and a sliding-glass door behind the chairs.
Cedar decking is designed to stand up to the elements, and provides another avenue for taking in mountain air.
The back of an A-frame home, with a wide rear deck above the entrance to a daylight basement.
An outside entrance to the basement keeps the interior tidy after outdoor adventures.

This article has been updated to clarify the home’s layout.

Snoqualmie Pass

1001 State Route 906, Snoqualmie, WA