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1910 Craftsman Bungalow

Kirtland Cutter's

Washington Rock in Background
Washington Rock in Background
Metaline Falls is located in Northeast Washington, 2 hrs. from Spokane and 9 miles from Canadian Border
Craftsman home designed by Kirtland Cutter, renowned Spokane architect for Lewis P Larson, founder of Metaline Falls. Shingle and cobblestone facade faces south while 3 story north elevation is completely faced with rock. 3700 s.f. 5 BR 2 Bath home plus 1 BR/Ba Guest House remodeled from Coach House. "Best Remodel of 2001 Award" by Spokesman Review.
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Formal Dining Room
Formal Dining Room
Multi-pane windows crank open when storms are off. Original light fixture.
Sunken Living Room
Sunken Living Room
Lodge-like living room with adjoining Conservatory
Rock North Face
Rock North Face
3-story north face rocked with river stones
Conservatory
Conservatory
Conservatory/library adjoins sunken living room and has domed ceiling, windows on 3 sides.
Guest House
Guest House
Remodeled from original carriage house. Won "Best Remodel of 2006" awarded by Spokeman Review
Guest House Interior
Guest House Interior
Pine Flooring, subtle colors for total privacy for your guests

Features.

  • Entry Hall
  • Finished Basement
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Driveway - Paved
  • Guest House
  • Patio
  • Pond
  • Built-in Bookcases
  • Built-in Cabinets
  • Fireplaces
  • Original wood windows
  • Walk-In Closets
  • City sewer
  • City water supply
  • Steam Radiators
  • Acres 2.5
  • Art Light Fixtures
  • Dormers, "Eyebrow"
  • Facade Shingle and Cobblestone
  • Formal Dining Room
  • French Doors
  • Guest House from Coach House
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Historical Home Registry
  • Master BR w/study
  • Multipane Oak windows
  • Primary Waterfront
  • River Cobble Fireplace
  • Sunken Living Room
  • With Adjoining Conservatory

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This Craftsman Country Home was designed by Kirtland Cutter for Lewis P. Larson, the founder of Metaline Falls in 1910. Cutter was known for Spokane's Davenport Hotel, Seattle's Rainier Club, and the Mcdonald Lodge in Glacier Park, but best known for his Craftsman Bungalows throughout the northwest.
Cutter liked building on hillsides. The front of the house faces south forming a backdrop to the beautifully landscaped gardens with fountain and pond. It conceals the 3-story north elevation, completely faced with rock from the area. The facade is a combination of wooden shakes and cobblestone.
5 BR, 2 Bath home includes finished basement with den, laundry, outside entrance. The Carriage House was converted to a Guest House designed by local architect, Dennis Sweeney. The Guest House was awarded "Best Remodel of 2001" by the Spokesman Review. The square footage, BR and Baths do not include the Guest House.
An oversized garage (800 sf)includes 1/2 bath, and workshop. A rooftop deck (over garage) provides space for entertaining amongst the container plants, and overlooks the Town of Metaline Falls.

Metaline Falls is has a population of approximately 200 and is surrounded by the Colville National Forest and the Pend Oreille River. It is located 2 hrs from Spokane and 9 miles from the Canadian Border. Popular nearby activities include golfing, hiking, fishing, touring Gardner Caves and attending one of the many live performances or art shows at the Cutter Theatre.

Archived in July, 2012

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