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South Puget Sound House Captures Joy of Family Life

South Puget Sound House Captures Joy of Family Life

This four bedroom beach house in Washington’s South Puget Sound is all about growing up near the water’s edge during summer’s freedom from school.

The owner’s childhood was spent in a small cabin on this site with her parents and siblings. Now married and with children of her own, it was time to savor those childhood memories and create new ones in a house designed for generations to come.

At 3,200 square feet, including a whimsical Crow’s Nest, the new summer cabin is much larger than the original cabin. The home is still about family and fun though. Above the 600 square foot water toys filled garage, there is a 500 square foot bunk room for friends and family. The bunk room is connected to the main house by an upper bridge where built-in storage frames a window seat overlooking the property.

Beach House Interior

Throughout the home are playful details drawing from the waterfront locale. Paddles are integrated into the stair railing, engineered flooring with a weathered look, marine cleats as hardware, a boardwalk to the main entry, and nautical lighting are found throughout the house.

This beautiful home was built by Al Fujita. Photographs were taken by Ben Benschneider.