Take a look inside a northwestern farmhouse with the most inviting of kitchen spaces

This farmhouse has it all. Pristine landscaping? Check. Natural wood features? Check. Covered front porch? Check. It even has an added bonus: one of the best waterfront views you can imagine.
By combing multiple design features, this home has a style all its own. Not only is it rustic and old-fashioned, but it’s also comfortable, modern, and welcoming. It may be a country farmhouse, but in some places, it’s downright opulent, making for one of the best farmhouses in the country!
The outside landscape is green, healthy, and lush, but it’s the unique yet classic architecture that helps this Washington farmhouse stand apart. The large garage doors and rock drive have a rustic touch, but the comfortable porch, which is tucked into the corner, provides shaded relaxation during the warm season.
The living room inside the home has all the classic finishes of a country farmhouse. The large bookshelf along the wall gives the room added sophistication, while the charming fireplace and mantle has a rustic elegance.
With a handsome dining table, stately chairs, and decorative features, the dining room maintains an air of class.
The kitchen at the back as all the utility features you need, including a large overhead vent system. One of the unique features of the kitchen is the four-door stove face.
The bedroom is uniquely decorated. It has a pillared bed frame and a plenty of natural lighting, but the exterior door, which opens to a back deck, is one of the top highlights for this room.
Around the back of the home, residents and guests can enjoy two covered decks. The smaller is connected to the bedroom, while the larger deck has room for a grill and outdoor furniture.
The wood-wrapped chimney stands out as a highlight of the exterior design.
Perhaps the most unforgettable feature of the entire farmhouse, this fireplace lets you enjoy an evening by a crackling fire while looking out at the gorgeous water.
What do you think of this waterfront farmhouse? Would you spend more time by the fireplace or under the shaded cover of the decks? Share your thoughts with us today!
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