Kamiak Cottages is a small-scale community of unique homes clustered around a commonly shared open space. This neighborhood within a neighborhood provides a refuge of peace and security within our large-scale world. Imagine something smaller yet with character that does not compromise architectural qualities and finishes. Exceptional floor plans, lots of natural light and charming outdoor spaces are the design goals for each home.  Welcome to Kamiak Cottages – a new “pocket neighborhood” in Pullman, where gardens, relationships and well-being come naturally.

A beautiful community that promotes living well on the Palouse.

A small neighborhood with a central Commons like this project offer layers of privacy and personal space that are often absent in a more “typical” subdivision.

The neighborhood

The proposed Kamiak Cottages is a new 12 home neighborhood at the end of a cul-de-sac, surrounded by the Paradise Hills subdivision.  Each home within the neighborhood is unique yet when viewed together they stylistically harmonize with each other.

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The neighborhood design is intended to create a small scale community within the larger scale neighborhood of the Paradise Hills subdivision. Individual lots are based on a minimum 40’ x 70’ or 2,800sf lot. The approximate combined total of the common area and private areas divided by the 12 homes equals 6,600 + sf per home (79,454 sf /12 = 6,621 sf).

The Commons

Gather at the Commons Building with neighbors to create and enjoy a garden feast. The Commons is a commonly-owned amenity that each resident can use individually or as a group.

Pullman, Washington

Pullman is the largest city in Whitman County, located in southeastern Washington state within the Palouse region of the Pacific Northwest. The population was 29,799 at the 2010 census and estimated to be 34,019 in 2018.

Pullman, located on the beautiful Palouse, (population 34,500) is noted as a vastly fertile agricultural area known for its many miles of rolling hills and the production of wheat and legumes. It is home to Washington State University, a public research land-grant university, and the international headquarters of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. Pullman is eight miles (13 km) from Moscow, Idaho, home to the University of Idaho, and is served by the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport.

Kamiak Cottages is located on the north side of Pullman just one block off Terre View Drive and one block from the new Kamiak Elementary school.


Deb Sherritt



Jennifer Markuson



Melinda Dutton



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