Washougal Custom New Home | The Ground Up

Enjoy as Hammer & Hand’s custom made new dwelling project will come collectively from the ground up! This 7,000 square foot new house designed by Portland architect Marty Buckenmeyer is currently staying designed on 10 acres in Washougal, Washington. Conceived of as a house for our client to retire with his parents, this stately home will include an elevator to permit the spouse and children to age in place, as well as customized home windows developed in our woodshop to take gain of the gorgeous, sweeping vistas of the countryside from each viewpoint. Coordinated by Lead Roman Emery, Hammer & Hand’s skilled staff of carpenters (which includes Brad Joyner, Jake Welliver, and Andy Larson) broke floor on this project in excess of the summer season and recently topped out the frame. Additional to come — watch this house!

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