A Northwest contemporary log home in the scenic Grant Creek area of Arlington is this week’s featured resale home of the week.
Built in 2001, the 3,080 square-feet, two-story house has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. It sits on 5.01 acres of partially wooded property and has 300 feet of Stillaguamish River frontage. Its detached two-car garage has side storage for lawn equipment.
The front yard has shrubbery and perennial landscaping and a gravel driveway. A brick walkway leads to the covered front porch, which has river rock accents.
Inside, green marble tile is the focus of the open foyer. To the right, a great-room has tongue and groove ash flooring and a wall of windows overlooking views of Whitehorse Mountain and Darrington. The space includes a floor-to-ceiling river rock fireplace with marble hearth and propane insert.
The see-through fireplace is backed by the family room. Highlights of the room include wood-wrapped windows, a French door to the back deck, and a river-rock wet bar with chiseled-edge granite countertop.
A powder room is located between the great-room and family room.
Left of the foyer, the kitchen includes a triangular island and hickory cabinetry with granite countertops.
Next to the kitchen, a mud room provides access to the back yard, a powder room, and a laundry room. The laundry room has hickory cabinets, marble countertops and a utility sink.
A split-log stairway ascends to the second level, where a large landing overlooks the great-room and its wall of windows.
The bedroom suite has a propane fireplace detailed with cultured river rock. Additional details include a vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet and French door leading to a private deck. The suite’s bathroom is fitted with a porcelain floor tile, double vanity with granite countertop, jetted tub and European-style shower.
A second full bathroom is located near the two secondary bedrooms and includes a single vanity and a jetted tub/shower combination.
Outside, a large portion of the back yard is level and landscaped with mature trees. At the back of the yard, stairs lead down to the river.
The home has propane forced-air heat.