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    Grrrowler

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    I don’t see a lot of contemporary here. It’s very much a “northwest craftsman” style and could easily pass for any one of many newbuilds in almost any eastern Seattle suburb. It’s got the requisite Craftsman-ish exterior (shingles are de rigueur) and lots of wood and beige tones inside. I don’t dislike it at all, but I’ve seen it a hundred or more times here already.
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    Daniel

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    The openness of the living room is nice but the details are scarce. Not too much charm inside or out. Price doesn’t seem terribly out of place.
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    Al Robinson

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    I love it. If I had a mountain home, I could see it looking like this. If someone buys the house, do they get the dog too??
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    rob

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    The dog is extra!!. Nice house. Beautiful location. I, for one, do not like high great rooms in mountain houses. They never give me that cozy feeling I love when I am snowed in. Price seems fair, but a little negotiable. Again, have seen this same type of house a lot.
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    Chris

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    I’m not impressed.
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    dan

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    This is not my idea of a home in the mountains. This home would fit perfectly in the pacific northwest (as mentioned above). I could see this home built next door to Bill Gates’ mansion.
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