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The guest bathroom is one of only two rooms in the house that has a door.

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When Tim and Sue Butler decided to build a house in Southeast Portland, they hired local firm Path Architecture to incorporate their love of the outdoors and cycling into the design.

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Fireplaces on each floor make open rooms feel more intimate.

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Window and sliding doors throughout the house fill the rooms with light and orient views to the trees and scenery, letting the couple enjoy the landscape even on the bleakest winter days.

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An all-white bathroom adjoining the home gym makes showering after long bike rides a breeze.

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The outbuilding’s custom cedar sauna echoes the walls and ceiling of the master bathroom (next).

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Everything in the master bath is doubled—two Duravit sinks, two medicine cabinets, and two Kohler rain showerheads with separate temperature controls.

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