Traditional Farmhouse Architecture for Equestrian Living

Designed for an equestrian lifestyle, Ravenswood Farm brings the best of country living to the Pacific Northwest.

Traditional farmhouse architecture built for an equestrian lifestyle in Issaquah, WA.

Set in Issaquah, Washington, the home draws on traditional farmhouse architecture with a splash of Southern charm. Ample colonial grid windows invite natural light into the home and offer views to the pastures surrounding the home. Balconies and ground-floor French doors offer easy access to the outdoors.

Shared Living Spaces

A spacious custom kitchen inspired by traditional farmhouse architecture

Inside, high, coffered ceilings imbue a classic air throughout the main living areas. The open kitchen’s white custom cabinets and backsplash introduce a contemporary take on traditional farmhouse architecture. The adjoining dining room boasts space for a long communal table surrounded by windows and territorial views. Intricate light fixtures add motion to the room.

Traditional farmhouse architecture inspires this spacious formal dining room designed for an equestrian lifestyle.

The sitting room brings the ceilings down to a more human level, creating a cozy, intimate space around the fire for long evenings of conversation with friends and family.

Traditional farmhouse architecture inspires this cozy living room designed for an equestrian lifestyle

Stately Office

Traditional farmhouse architecture inspires this classic home office designed for an equestrian lifestyle

Downstairs lies a formal yet friendly home office. Light pours through the wall of windows and the French doors that lead out onto the lawn. Ornately painted Windsor chairs bring a sense of classic charm to the space.

The Gelotte Hommas Drivdahl team embraces the opportunity to bring the art of architecture to every home. Contact us to explore possibilities for your own traditional farmhouse or equine-inspired home.  

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