The Neighborhood at Umatilla Hill

2904 Jackman
Port Townsend, Washington

"Eaglemount"
1,700 square feet

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Ross Chapin design

Details, details, details. . .this house is loaded with them! Covered porches, skylights and more add to the mix.

The detached single-car garage is accessible via the alley.

Detached garage
The natural-shaped shelf above the kitchen counter and a large pantry add character and function. Free-form wood shelf
Large pantry
Skylight above stairway

Head up the carpeted stairs. Skylights brighten your way.

 

Landing with character
First time visitors literally stop and pause on the the landing above, taking in all of the details.
Loft above, bedroom below
Skylights above landing
Bathroom with privacy
The master bath's old-fashioned flooring feels like a step back in time. The deep soaking tub is pure luxury. Deep soaking tub
More details. . .a walk-in closet and a framed entry, complete with a skylight.
Walk-in closet
Framing adds character
Recessed seating
The photo at the left shows the living room's recessed seating area in more detail. Built-ins in living room
Lots of light
3/4 bath downstairs
Cute propane stove
This home meets local BuiltGreen standards.
 
Kimball Landis home
Back porch
View from Jackman
   
  Looking from living room to kitchen Three bedrooms
1.75 baths

 

Check out the previous page for more photos. . .

Ross Chapin Architects

Ross Chapin's floor plan is online, too.

BuiltGreen

Kimball & Landis, LLC
Port Townsend, Washington
360.385.4915
info@umatillahill.com

 

 

 

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Updated August 15, 2006