This Federal Way home looks like an unassuming 1978 suburban house from the outside, boxy with slate-gray siding and not a lot of visible windows. But inside, it’s a different story: a vast network of rooms. A nontraditional, treehouse-like floor plan. Oh, and a stone waterfall at its hub.
The front door leads to an open hallway around a two-story atrium, lined in cedar paneling with skylights above and a creative stone lounging area in the bottom. River rocks stack around a small lounge pocket and create built-in planters—and a fountain running water from a pool to another below.
While there are plenty of other spaces embedded more deeply in the
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