06 21 Rustic Modern Cabins of the Pacific Northwest POSTED BY katherine mcbride COMMENTS A quintessential part of what defines the Pacific Northwest lifestyle is our access to endless outdoor opportunities. Our region is packed full of beautiful, and bountiful natural settings for our residents to take advantage of. Both Portland and Seattle have the convenience of being centrally located between the mountains and the ocean, which means a great outdoor adventure is only a short drive in either direction. No matter whether you are a city or country dweller, you can always find plenty of serene and isolated places to escape to in the Northwest. From the majestic Puget Sound to our many rivers, lakes, and vast wilderness, if you are seeking solitude or a chance to get in touch with nature, chances are, the retreat you seek is not too far away. Many rustic cabins built during the mid-century era can be found throughout the region, and contain the same great features that we love about our modern homes. These getaways are nestled away in peaceful natural environments and provide a cozy space for optimal relaxation and a chance to reflect and unwind. Rustic modern cabins can give you change to take a break from the hustle and bustle of daily life while still getting your fix of modern style. Here are a few of the great northwest cabins that are currently on the market throughout the region. 76215 E ROAD 30 Lot 45 , Rhododendron, OR 97049 Built: 1969 Square Feet: 800 Price: $147,500 Source: 360modern 36 Star Ridge Rd, Hope, ID 83836 Built: 1978 Square Feet: 1192 Price: $899,000 Source: Zillow 17400 Chatwood Rd SE Rainier, WA 98576 Built: 1965 Square Feet: 1193 Price: $960,000 Source: 360modern 150 N Discovery Dr Hoodsport, WA 98548 Built: 1971 Square Feet: 660 Price: $479,000 Source: 360modern 461 Sunrise Rd Lopez Island, WA 98261 Built:1972 Square Feet:1024 Price:$262,000 Source: 360modern Related PostsSupport Docomomo WEWA’s Landmark Nomination Application for Architect & Builder BuildingDocomomo WEWA Presents: Modern Sacred Spaces | Church of the RedeemerAn Inspired Space | Artist Tyson Grumm’s Mid Century Modern Gem, Part 2An Inspired Space | Artist Tyson Grumm’s Mid Century Modern Gem, Part IFresh Views from Architecture Students – UW This entry was posted in Architecture and tagged cabins, midcenturycabins, modernrustic. Bookmark the permalink. Drew Meyers These cabins are awesome. Gorgeous.