The main cabin and its outbuildings embody the simple life, with exposed studs and rafters. The outbuildings have no electricity or running water. Living in Snout House is a pure summer experience, close to nature. Simple but whimsical decorative elements add to the delight.
Sited dramatically on a bluff, this modern synthesis of Shingle Style and Arts and Crafts architecture gains interest from the way it bends and meanders to follow the contours of the land. The angled wings dynamically shift and overlap.