Less than 30 minutes from Mount Baker Ski Area, this adorable, rustic A-frame in the Snowline community is ready for year-round adventuring. Unlike many of its triangular peers, this cabin is more quaint than lodge-like, with gingerbread trim and a steep pitch, but that’s just appearances. This place was constructed entirely from old-growth cedar in 1970, which you can still see very clearly on every interior wall, ceiling, and beam. It’s a natural and varied mix of grain and tone, not glossy, uniform, or even refinished—a classic Northwest look.
The loft has a pretty wide footprint, making most of the first
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