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A Dream Come True – Port Townsend FabCab


The 1,325 sq. ft. FabCab home looks out on a community garden.

We’re tickled about our latest project — a TimberCab in Port Townsend, Washington.

We helped these latest FabCab clients meet their long term goals of designing a home that helps them stay healthy for years to come and provides plenty of room to accommodate visitors and grandchildren. The result is an efficient 2-bed, 2-bath home with Universal Design (UD) features throughout — it’s a dream come true.


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Recessed cabinets under the sink provide plenty of knee space.

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Pull out drawers make it easy for anyone to load and unload the dishwasher.

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Tip-On drawers have concealed hardware for a cleaner design and uncomplicated access.

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The pot filler faucet over the gas cooktop offers additional safety for filling oversized cookware. The microwave oven features drawer for easier access.


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The beautiful teak bench is not only a durable and elegant addition, it also folds up in this zero-step shower.

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Folding doors house the washer/dryer in the home’s second bathroom. The attractive, sturdy grab bars act┬ádouble duty as towel racks.

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FabCab featured in Seattle Times

Vashon FabCab Retreat
We’re pretty tickled about this! The Sunday Seattle Times published a four-page article in Pacific NW Magazine about one of our TimberCab homes on Vashon Island.

This custom designed home includes a bump-out screened porch with a fireplace and our marquee wall of windows. The family — which happens to include a zoologist — spends time hanging out, taking in the natural views and watching the island wildlife wander by.

The floors are polished concrete floors with radiant heat and controls that can be managed from anywhere on an iPhone. The structural insulated panels (SIPs), together with the energy-efficient windows, earned the home three stars from Built Green, an environmental building program of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish counties.

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