Welcome to Suteki Harmony. Built for family living, you’ll thrive in this restorative sanctuary.
The Suteki Harmony house was designed with a contemporary Northwest aesthetic and careful consideration for the surrounding natural setting, climate and environmental impacts. Built to meet rigorous Japanese seismic standards—which are two times stronger than seismic codes required here in the Northwest—the strength of this home will protect your family and stand up to whatever the Pacific Northwest has in store.
This home is nestled on the edge of the The Reserve Golf Course. A subtle exterior palette, and selection of cedar and stone, anchors the house in its lush green setting. The metal roof line has substantial eaves to reduced heat loss in the winter and promote cooler temps in summer. These energy efficient measures will keep you comfortable while maximizing year round enjoyment of the outdoor spaces.
Special care has been taken to blur the line between inside and out. The large entry welcomes visitors, while views draw them toward the spacious great room. Natural wood walls are accented throughout the house as the exposed wood promotes wellness and a relaxing and calming effect. The two-story great room offers panoramic golf course views from an expansive wall of windows. The stone floor-to-ceiling fireplace adds a vertical element that complements the wide horizontal interior spaces while the 8’ sliding doors seamlessly connect to outdoor living.
In the kitchen, thoughtful layout and amenities will bring harmony and peace to the everyday family hustle. Complete with top end stainless appliances and a custom pantry, the busy family will entertain with ease.
The main floor master suite is filled with afternoon light and restorative views. The master bath invites relaxation with a softened color palette, a soaking tub and double shower. The walk-in closet provides plenty of storage.
The second floor holds two large bedrooms and a master guest suite. A small sitting alcove provides framed views of the manicured greens. The catwalk leads to a cozy bonus room and the adjacent covered balcony provides a comfortable multi-functional gathering space made to enjoy spectacular sunset views.
Come see this year’s Suteki house, where you’ll find the best of Northwest architecture and contemporary Japanese style — blended in perfect harmony.