At just 1,500 square feet, this two-story abode near Cashmere, Washington (about two hours from Seattle) doesn't quite clock in as a tiny home, nor does it compare to the $100,000,000 behemoth mountain compounds of Aspen. But there's something just right about the dwelling by Balance Associates Architects, from the double-hieght ceiling to the inviting fireplace that serves as the house's core. The kitchen looks sleek and inviting, while upstairs you'll find a master suite, guest bedroom/bathroom, and a loft that opens up to the living room below. It certainly qualifies as a contemporary cabin, from its indoor/outdoor design to its concrete construction set deep into the hillside. But the real standout of this enticing retreat? The gorgeous views of the surrounding Wenatchee Mountains.
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