Gallery: The Shack: Marin County Retreat Restored to Reveal Old-Growth ...

When the future owners of this small house hidden away in the town of Ross, California, discovered it, the home had ceilings that were so low you could reach up and touch them, dark corners, and it had generally seen better days. But seeing hints of charm
 
When the future owners of this small house hidden away in the town of Ross, California, discovered it, the home had ceilings that were so low you could reach up and touch them, dark corners, and it had generally seen better days. But seeing hints of charm in the rustic structure, they started peeling away at the ceilings to find rare old-growth Douglas fir and exterior planking made from old-growth redwood. With the help of Feldman Architecture the couple fixed up the home (which they've dubbed "The Shack") and added a second floor, using reclaimed wood to add new warm accents to the interior.

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