Modern Forest Residence in Port Ludlow, Washington

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

If you love contemporary and modern design elements, but hate the idea of living in an urban area, than the Port Ludlow Residence is right up your alley.

This stunning home features some of the best in modern and design elements, all while being surrounded by the lush green landscape of Port Ludlow in Washington State. The home spans 2,400 square feet, and features 12 foot tall floor to ceiling windows offering stunning views of the forest. The living spaces also open up to a large porch that wraps around the house, making for a great place to barbecue and relax for the summer season. This home was designed by the team at FINNE Architects.

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