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                                “Sitting in the master bedroom with binoculars spotting wildlife passing through when it’s cold
or raining outside is very peaceful.”
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Now, Ann says that the windows are her absolute favorite feature of the house (along with the kitchen). “They are a gift that allows us to enjoy watching the wildlife pass by,” she says. “We’ve had moose walk within an arm’s reach and because of the window reflection, the animals don’t see us inside viewing them. We even had a fox curl up just outside our kitchen door! Sitting in the master bedroom with binoculars spotting wildlife passing through when it’s cold or raining outside is very peaceful.”
As for the kitchen, Ann says, “We’ve learned from the past that
a kitchen actually becomes an entertainment and congregation center. Our kitchen is large for two people and very well planned. It was actually my hardest room to design! We both love to cook and now we have elbow room to cook together at different stations.” Another of their priorities was having room to entertain friends and guests, and they certainly have that now. Along with their dream kitchen, a wide-open living room with expansive views and large outdoor gathering spaces leave them plenty of space to entertain.
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