Mid Century Modern architecture in the American iteration, came about after World War II as a means to bring modernism to the post-war suburbs. Emphasizing structures with expansive glass and open floor plans, the style’s main goal was to open up interior spaces and bring the outdoors in. Many original Mid Century Modern homes used a post and beam architectural design to eliminate the need for bulky support walls...
New Yankee Barn Homes design Pinnacle Point is underway. We never tire of saying these words. The design is a 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath mountain lodge style encompassing 3,493 square feet.
Lodge Style Beauty Pinnacle Point
Pinnacle Point is in the same style category as Moose Ridge Lodge, Snoqualmie Lodge and Great North Woods Lodge. Post and beam architecture is on display in every room. The center rectangle of the home contains an open concept kitchen/dining/living room. The timbered frame defines the space, culminating in a three-wall bow of windows. The mountain lodge style house accommodates age-in-place living. Everything the homeowners need is on the main level. One ell houses the master bedroom suite while the other contains mudroom, stairs, storage, laundry, pantry and half-bath.
The second level provides two bedrooms, each with walk-in closets and knee-wall storage. A large loft/balcony and full bath complete the space.
The lower level has a separate outside entrance and affords a number of options for expansion.
Pinnacle Point is expected to be built this year. We look forward to following this mountain lodge style home with great enthusiasm.
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