Every season is mountain season in the Pacific Northwest, and this property in Greenwater, Washington—just north of Mount Rainier National Park, about 20 miles from Crystal Mountain—seems ready for all of them.
At the center of it is a log cabin built in 1977 from hand-hewn yellow cedar from Bullion Basin, less than 30 miles away. The custom work shows in log walls both inside and out, with half-timbered accents to keep things interesting. Some more interesting or picturesque logs were used as exposed beams—one gnarled portion even becomes a column on the edge of the living area. Tucked up in a loft, two bedrooms sit under a peaked ceiling.
The cabin sits on more than a third of an acre, including a wood-fired hot tub, complete with tiny log bathhouse. It’s adjacent to a cozy concrete fire pit—just built for apres-ski wind-downs.
59526 Stubbs Road is listed for $349,000 through John L. Scott.