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Trio of riverfront cabins near Stevens Pass ask $1.4 million

Three generations of homes overlook the Skykomish

Atop a stone bank, a deck with a wood railing overlooks a rock-lined river. Evergreen trees surround both sides of the river.
The deck of the main house is a full 900 square feet of waterfront hangout space.
Courtesy of Sea Myst Realty

Ski season’s going to start before you know it, and you might be dreaming of a crash pad for you and your buddies as you hit the slopes. This property for sale in Baring, right on the south fork of the Skykomish River, has enough room for an entire ski colony, with three homes, plus a shop, a barn, and a garage with another loft above spread out across six parcels. A central covered hot tub makes it fully ready for winter adventures.

The cabins themselves span generations, with the oldest—and smallest, at 560 square feet—one built in 1940. The most recent is from 1970, and isn’t too much bigger, at 640 square feet. While they’re both quaint in their own ways, neither are about roughing it; they’re equipped for year-round living, with full kitchens, cozy fireplaces, and even satellite TV.

The main house is a midcentury rambler looking right out over the water, and while it’s not exactly a cabin, it certainly draws design inspiration from one. A vaulted ceiling is covered in wood paneling, and a dramatic river-rock fireplace anchors the living room. While it’s been updated recently, it keeps the 1958 geometry, with gently sloping ceilings and sleek window banks throughout.

But it’s possible the barn is the big draw for some: It’s licensed for cannabis processing. Do with that what you will.

63033 NE 196th Street is on the market for $1.4 million through Sea Myst Realty.

A small clearing with a barn and houses is at the front left of the photo, next to a wide river and surrounded by evergreen trees. A small, rocky mountain crops up in the background.
The property is tucked deep in the evergreen trees, surrounded by mountains.
A living room has a pale exposed-grain and beam vaulted ceiling, plus polished hardwood floors and a large, stone fireplace along the far wall.
The living room in the main house makes a statement with a large river-rock fireplace.
A room with symmetrical vaulted ceiling that’s white with exposed wood beams. A kitchen is tucked into a nook in the back right, and a fireplace is along the left wall. In the foreground there’s a futon and a dining room set.
The 1940 cabin is the smallest, but still has plenty of room to stretch out—and a fireplace for optimal lounging.
A white room with a vaulted ceiling dark brown exposed ceiling beams. A window bank on the far wall is trimmed in lighter wood, as is a sliding glass door on the right wall. A black leather couch and loveseat face a log coffee table.
The 1970 cabin, similar to its neighbors, has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams—plus a large, forest-facing deck.
Simple white fences line either side of a narrow road with grass on either side. Behind the second fence, there’s a gray barn with a red roof, and in the background are many evergreen trees.
The land spans a small road, and includes more than an acre of pasture space.
Two red Adirondack chairs look out over a river. The far bank is lined by evergreen trees, and the near bank has one large evergreen tree next to the chairs. There’s a dark-green house in the background.
The property also includes grassy river frontage, like this sitting area in front of the original 1940 cabin.