A sliding farm door opens to demonstrate the resembling bathroom & Cari's stroll-in closet.
Wedding ceremony history – After living in a mobile home on their principal Washington farm for 18 years, Cari & Greg Horning and their turning out to be daughters needed an improve. The couple had planned to raise the roof for an addition, but they ran into a couple of building regulations. Talks with the developers at WM Construction workstation them to scrap their addition plans and a recent farmhouse that showcased their circle of relatives history and as many salvaged & reclaimed rustic as possible. Nett at a GlanceWho lives here: Cari and Greg Horning, daughters Kendall and Piper, golden retriever Scoop and three farm catsLocation: Quincy, Washington, 2 1/2 hours from SeattleSize: 2,400 feet; three bedrooms, bathroomsThat’s : The Hornings bartered luggage of onions from their farm for the salvaged terrific within the home .. My Nett: History Resonates in a New Washington Farmhouse
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