Scout’s House


Location
Battle Ground, WA

Size
5,030 SF
Fabulous Foreclosure Transformation
Neglected on its way to foreclosure, this house deserved extra special attention. Thoughtful design details breathe new life into every space.
A horse looks through the front door at Scout's House.
This is a view from the entry hall looking towards the kitchen at Scout's House. Repeated arches frame the artwork at the end of the hall.

The living room at Scout's House features a glass chandelier and a large fireplace.

The original intent of the architecture leaned towards a traditional style, but the interior lacked classic finishing touches. It is amazing what trim and signature light fixtures can do. Now each space has an ambiance and a distinct presence.

The renovated kitchen at Scout's House features a large island, a gas range with custom hood and two dishwashers.

The large kitchen is a welcoming, light-filled hub of activity. The warm, neutral palette features a variety of soothing tile textures and is accented with the perfect contrasting touches. A custom-designed stove hood enclosure with decorative brackets completes the design.

There is a place for everything to maintain a clutter-free kitchen. A mix of raised panel solid and glass-doored cabinets as well as drawers support storage and display space. The lovable Frenchies were planned for too. A custom food drawer built into the toe kick signals mealtime. 

Custom designed brackets support the exhaust hood over the range at Scout's House. A pot-filler offers is mounted over the range as well.
At Scout's House, a pull-out drawer in the toe kick of the kitchen cabinetry holds dog bowls for feeding time.
French bulldogs dine at the pull-out dog bowl drawer in the kitchen at Scout's House.
The informal dining area has a view to the farm at Scout's House.
The dining room at Scout's House features a new built-in buffet and glass chandelier.

Space seamlessly flows from the kitchen to the dining area. Trim details and striking chandeliers add a hint of elegance. 

Millwork matters. This nook shows how subtle details make a cohesive statement. There is functional storage and a well-lit display space finished with honed quartzite counters and a herringbone tile backsplash.

A salt and pepper shaker sits on the countertop at Scout's House.
A bowl of shiny red apples sits on the buffet counter at Scout's House.
A new built-in buffet was designed for the dining room at Scout's House.
The primary bathroom at Scout's House features a new double vanity and large shower. The floors and countertop are Calacatta marble.
The shower in the primary bathroom at Scout's House features a Calacatta marble floor and powder blue tile laid in a chevron pattern.
A towel hook is mounted inside the shower at Scout's House.
The primary bathroom floor at Scout's House is tiled with Calacatta marble.

Stone and tile mesmerize in this bathroom. Calacatta marble floors and counters set the bar high for sophistication and then a powder blue chevron tile shower steals the show. 

“We thoroughly enjoyed working with Christie Architecture and getting to know Lisa and Adam on a personal level . They really capture their client’s vision through thoughtful conversation, attention to detail, and creative execution.”

Curtis B.

Homeowner

A wood stool sits on the Calacatta tile floor next to the free-standing bathtub in the primary bathroom at Scout's House.