This 2-story coastal residence is nestled into a hillside and overlooking a beautiful ocean bay. The main living areas is on the 2nd floor, and includes an open great room with panoramic views, a main bedroom suite, and a utility room near the grade level back entry & mudroom. A deck opens off the dining area, and a soapstone masonry heater anchors the living area while providing efficient wood heat. The main bedroom suite features a bathroom with a cedar-lined Scandinavian-style sauna. The lower floor includes the main building entry, an independent studio apartment, a large garage with a carpentry shop, and additional covered work area under the upper deck. A generous stairway overlooking the ocean leads from the lower-level entry to the living areas above. A residential elevator, wide doors, and the generous open design throughout, provide accessibility for aging in place.
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Full Specs & Features
Bonus : 168 sq/ft
Garage : 780 sq/ft
Lower Floor : 680 sq/ft
Main Floor : 1370 sq/ft
*Total Square Footage only includes conditioned space and does not include garages, porches, bonus rooms, or decks.
Ceiling Details : Main floor height: Variable - Vaulted roof
Garage Ceiling : 8' 10"
Primary Pitch : 6/12
Roof Framing : Truss / Stick
Roof Type : Shingles
Secondary Pitch : 3/12, 4/12
Exterior Wall Framing
Exterior Wall Finish : Siding
Framing : 2x6
Insulation : As required Per Local Jurisdiction
Lower Level Bedrooms
Main Floor Master Bedroom
Walk In Closet
Walk In Pantry Cabinet Pantry
Additional Room Features
Great Room Living Room
Main Floor Laundry
Carport Porte Cochere
Front Entry Garage
Covered Front Porch
Additional Half Bath
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It is my charge as an architect to create a built environment that promotes all aspects of human well-being, while respecting and sustaining the multiple eco-systems within the natural world around us. In generating design solutions I seek appropriate use of resources, longevity and adaptability. Nir Pearlson heads an architectural firm in Eugene, Oregon. He received his Architectural Degree from the University of Oregon, following years of traveling and living in diverse countries and cultures. Nir seeks to identify the subtle contextual patterns of each site, listens for the hidden narrative within the client’s program, and celebrates the project's essence through its design. Nir combines hands-on experience as a craftsman and builder, with an artistic attention to composition and detail. Since its foundation in 2003, Nir’s firm has received regional and national acclaim and awards for a diverse body of commercial and residential projects. Practicing architecture as a means to promote the well-being of individuals and communities, the firm designs with rigor and simplicity, and strives for beauty and balance. The resulting designs respect existing architectural tradition and context, lead with design innovation, and seek to sustain our natural world's climate, terrain, resources, and all its living systems. Over the past decade as economies and sensibilities shifted, clients have sought appropriate-scale living. In response, Nir has designed numerous small homes and generated a set of mini-home design principles. These principles are carefully applied in the design of small-footprint houses that feel expansive, yet nurture the diverse activities and needs of families and individuals.