Jauregui Architects Interiors & Construction are guilty for the rustic yet modern feel of this exquisite jewel. The house looks big but sophisticated with an exterior clad in stone which enhances the whole country style feeling. However upon entering you soon realize that the rural and the austere you expected have been replaced by clean lines and an overall modern design adorned with luxurious accents that help create a timeless decor that would impress even the most posh.
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The site on which these huts rest was once an RV campground. The homes are grouped as a team yet each one faces the mountains so the view is expansive rather than crowded. For more information on renting these stunning homes located in located in Washington’s Methow Valley check out Rolling Huts.
The best part of the house is right at the entrance as the street façade forces you to believe that the house is a classic Victorian structure with no hint of contemporary style. The architects had to maintain the front view as the home is located in a historically preserved neighborhood.
The kitchen looks particularly stunning with its large wooden shelves that seem to form one giant seamless wooden wall with the white stone kitchen countertop stealing the spotlight. The living and dining spaces are housed in the lower level along with the modern kitchen. A sleek wooden staircase leads you to the top level where one can find the master bedroom and the bathrooms. Elegant and eco-conscious Hewitt Avenue Home is an amalgamation of both clean and green home design!
Speaking of the inside below we see a shot of the home’s interior which includes a bay window that makes the space truly feel like home. Especially when accented with a vase of blooms! In one more interior shot we get a closer look at the home’s bamboo floors and sidingas well as the Masonite walls. For more information check out Forge Ahead Construction.
As noted on the Brooks + Scarpa website this home seamlessly blends with the hillside merging the natural and the artificial in the most intriguing of ways. Luis Vasquez is the project’s engineer and he worked his magic with the architects to create a property that has won the AIA Los Angeles NextLA Award as well as the honor of being exhibited at the National Building Museum’s “Liquid Stone Exhibit” in Washington D.C.