Hill House in Friday Harbor, Washington

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Hill house is a 62-unit residential complex designed to provide independent living in a sheltered setting for older adults. Founded in 1978, it is the brainchild of Greenwich Commission on Aging staff and volunteers who recognize a growing need for high-quality housing and services for the elderly.

There are multiple floors, each featuring an open-plan living area, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The top floor features a grand master suite and a large terrace with stunning views across the valley below.

The house is also notable for its design – a low-profile approach that allows it to blend seamlessly into the landscape. The architecture firm Prentiss + Balance + Wickline designed this multi-level modern wood home in Friday Harbor, Washington state.

It’s a well-thought out design that makes good use of the site’s natural attributes. The house has a few clever details to boot, including an ingenious ‘flying soffit’ system that helps to keep the heat in when the sun is shining and out when it’s not.

Best of all, it has an unbeatable location in a picturesque seaside town, with the beach just a short drive away. The surrounding village boasts an excellent selection of restaurants and pubs, as well as a thriving arts community.

If you’re planning a trip to the area, be sure to book your holiday in advance for your peace of mind and to ensure your comfort during your stay. The upcoming summer season is a busy one and booking in advance will help to guarantee you have the home of your dreams for as long as you need it!

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