Located east of the Cascade Mountains, this 2600 SF resort home is built on lands previously utilized for coal mining from the late 1800's until the mine closed in 1963. This contemporary home pays homage to its site and rich history. The exterior of the home boasts stone cladding that mirrors the likeness of coal and custom steel panel cladding with a patina that will continue to build character over time. On the interior, the 19'-0" tall fireplace features steel panels that bring the exterior materials to the interior. This double sided steel fireplace, flanked by the look of heavy concrete columns, is not only the gathering area of the home it is also the aesthetic core of the project. The chiseled edge detail on the granite mantle resembles coal and ties nicely with the coal mining coffee table cart, black coal powder room sink bowl, and steel details throughout the home.