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White Point House

This 5,000-square-foot home was constructed after a fire destroyed most of the original log structure. The new home is a hybrid log/conventional construction that derives most of its energy needs from on-site solar and geothermal sources and looks nothing like the kit house that once rested on the property. The new work—a rich blend of stone, log and cedar shingles—maintains the owner’s desire for a rustic aesthetic and utilizes massing, scale and rhythm appropriate to the environment and the owner’s intended uses.


Greenway Construction


Martin Bydelek Photography