Property Watch: A Tiny Waterfront Cabin with a Bananas View

The petite home on Maury Island finds a new angle on the classic Northwest cabin.

The Pacific Northwest cabin brings a certain aesthetic to mind: maybe made of logs that hail straight from the surrounding forest, fire-lit interiors built to keep the damp gray at bay. Flannel cushions.

But this Maury Island cabin flouts just about every convention of the genre, with bright, vintage interiors and nary an evergreen tree in sight. And its views of Puget Sound blow the competition out of the water.

Nestled away on Maury Island—tied to Vashon in 1913 by a man-made isthmus—the home sits on 62 feet of sandy, low-bank Puget

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