The cozy-ass-cabin pyramid house that will make you want to move to Snohomish #Homes & Tours#cabin#real estate December 13 2016 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin All photos courtesy of Redfin.com I found this amazing home for sale in Snohomish, Washington. Snohomish? More like Snohom-YES I WANT TO BUY THAT! The house is apparently called The Pyramids. It's the coolest house you will see today (or maybe ever?)… And it WILL make you want to move to northwest Washington. From the real estate listing… The Pyramids: Perched on 6+ acres on a bluff overlooking the valley & the Pilchuck River (which runs thru a corner of the property)… The handcrafted interior is a piece of art with pole construction. It was designed by David Turner AIA in 1976. The two pyramids are connected by an atrium/greenhouse. Bring your imagination, your contractor and/or roll up your sleeves & be ready to re-invigorate this unique architectural specimen deserving of renovation. A wonderful Private Sanctuary Retreat! Also, I know what you're thinking right now, and yes, the interior is exactly what you hope it will be. Cozy-ass-cabin woodland wonderland-esque… I will ALWAYS lose my shit over a vintage central fireplace. I will also lose my shit over floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over lush woods. So there shall be a lot of shit-losing in this post… Looks like the most amazing place to relax and watch TV… sure! Except, no wait, I'd rather sit THERE and watch whatever is out of those windows… like… FOREVER! And yeah, I would eat a meal or two in that dining room. I love that center countertop in this kitchen! And look! It points you to that rad glass hallway that connects the two pyramids… OMG! How is this even part of a real home that you can buy for real? It's so fucking awesome! And it's just a hallway. (I warned you there will be massive shit-loss-age.) Inside Pyramid Number Two is the living quarters. Complete with closet loft… And these two "bedrooms." Although I'd like to set my bed up right fucking here. Thankyouverymuch. This amazing home is for sale for $400k, and if we all pitch in, maybe we can all go in on this together and make this the Snohomish Pyramid House for the SnoHomies! This weirdly designed Indiana home will make you say "I can't even…" Usually I feature offbeat real estate listings that I'm in love with. Today is... not that. Curbed featured an article with the brilliant title of "Absolutely Everything Is Wrong With… Read More Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS How to have great sex as a disabled person NEXT How my miscarriage and pro-life ads made me even MORE pro-choice Show/Hide comments [ 18 ] Oh my gawd I want it! And I'm extra jealous because they have an Eames chair! 2 agree Reply I think I just came. HOLY. FUCKING. SHIT. It's amazing! 7 agree Reply We will be starting a massive gut renovation on our house this spring. Now I want to toss our plans and redesign to be a cozy woodland pyramid. If only I can figure out how to do that in the middle of DC. 3 agree Reply Legit just sent this link to my mom and dad, who are looking to buy a second home in the Seattle area… They had their heart set on a houseboat around Lake Union or Lake Washington, but I'm going to beg them to go with the pyramid!!! ✨ Plus, my sister AND my mother-in-law both live in Mukilteo… Snohomish is minutes away! It's perfect!!! *currently planning an amazing 4th of July BBQ at the pyramid house* 5 agree Reply OMG! That would be amazing if that happened. Can I come to the bbq too, if I helped your folks find the home? 😉 5 agree Reply If your parents end up buying it, please let the Homies know one way or another! 3 agree Reply um, only 400K? that's dirt cheap. 6 agree Reply The pyramid central fireplace! The pyramid pedway!! That last pyramid bedroom!!??!! 3 agree Reply I'm not sure why they say we should renovate? What?? Seriously, it's perfect!! 1 agrees Reply Might need practical renovations, like plumbing and electricity and extra insulation if it is a house over a certain age. 2 agree Reply G'day !! I would like to unsubsribe from all future mailings. Thank you. Reply Done! And just for anyone reading this — there's unsubscribe info at the bottom of every email you get from us. 😀 Reply I am losing my shit over that vintage central fireplace. *Flanders scream* 2 agree Reply Rally amazing, I am dreaming about to go here. This pyramid house is like a little heaven and looking adventurous also. Can’t wait now. Reply Excuse me a minute while I go pick my jaw back up off the floor. That hall … I want to build a hall like that in my house. It won't lead anywhere but I would just lay in it all day and watch clouds and nature. 3 agree Reply Beautiful! But any idea why when I look at the Redfin link there are no pictures? Reply Ooh, I wonder if it sold? It was a "hot property" a couple days ago, and I wonder if someone's made an offer or something? Reply Aw man! I think they took it off the market. If there was an offer Redfin would say "pending." Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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