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Canyon Creek Cabin in the North Cascade Mountains


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This 1970s fishing cabin has been transformed into a lovely private getaway that’s modern, moody, and functional in northwestern Washington State. The main living area of the cabin features a wood-burning stove for ultimate coziness, and there’s a two-person hot tub on the deck.

The space has two bedrooms, one in the loft and one downstairs, each with a queen-sized bed. A small catwalk leads to a hammock spot where you can relax with a good book. And just wait until you see the luxurious bathroom!

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Moody & Cozy Getaway for Two

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There’s a nice cover for your firewood.

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So you can curl up by the wood stove.

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The grand kitchen has plenty of space for preparing meals.

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A bookshelf houses the sterio system.

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The place comes stocked with dishware.

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Here’s a cool hammock spot in the loft.

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A cozy bed is tucked upstairs.

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And there’s another bedroom.

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A skylight lets in beautiful light.

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Now that’s one luxury bathroom.

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Patio furniture lets you eat on the deck.

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Enjoy the peaceful sound of running water.

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Soak in the hot tub among the trees.

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What do you think of this groovy cabin?

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Details:

Perched high on a granite ledge, you will find this cabin overlooking a rushing river that weaves its way through the dense, lush forest of the North Cascade mountains. The unique asymmetrical A-frame structure is both unexpected and familiar, with its wood-clad walls, exposed beams, and large geometric windows. Whether you are playing whiskey-fueled card game by the fire, or lounging in the hottub while listening to the nearby rushing creek, this cabin offers the ultimate cabin experience.

It was originally built as a fishing cabin in the 1970’s. Then it was remodeled and expanded to what what you see today. The cabin interior has been thoughtful curated by the cabin’s owners with uniquely designed objects, furniture, textiles, and art from their design shops in Seattle; Glasswing and their recently opened plant store, Greenhouse.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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