High above Guemes Channel, with amazing views throughout, this Strandberg built home’s welcoming slate entry sets the tone for comfort. Dark wood covers the main area floors, and is echoed in the kitchen cabinets. The living room shares the double-sided stone fireplace with the dining room. Artist Dennis Cullen crafted the coffee table from 800 year old wood from the 1891 Semar Building of Anacortes. Lovely artwork includes a sailboat triptych in the living room. Center stage in the kitchen is the red Bertazzoni range, Italian made with dual-fuel and six-burners plus a griddle. Red accents are repeated in the island lighting. In the roomy master bedroom and bath are double sinks surrounded by granite, a door-free shower, and a walk through closet to the office. Downstairs is the Man Cave! Replete with monster TV, two rows of theater seating, a popcorn maker, and lots of Seahawk action. The massive 13’ bar, crafted from ancient 800 year old wood, sits prominently in the room. Admire the beauty and consider its story. A stone fireplace completes the effect.