Beautifully rustic on the outside and modern on the inside, Eagle Point cabin sits tucked in between a rock outcropping and a grove of trees on San Juan Island, WA. The cabin, designed by Prentiss Architects, was built with a brilliantly simple rectangle floor plan that maximizes the minimal space. Viewing the interior of the cabin, it’s hard to believe that this little home is only 588 square feet. The open layout and large windows make the cabin seem much larger than it appears from the outside.
On the inside of the cabin, you’ll find a main living room, a kitchen along the back wall, a bathroom, and one bedroom. And not much about this little home is tiny – with full sized appliances, a dining table and couch, book shelves on one wall, kitchen and bathroom sinks with plenty of countertop space, and a luxurious bath tub. Floor to ceiling windows add to the spacious indoor/outdoor feel of the cabin. The natural wood ceilings, floors, and trim, give it a soft and elegant feel.
Unfinished siding and a living roof give the cabin old homestead appeal and add to its charm. The location offers plenty of privacy and protection from the wind, along with a fantastic view of the water.
This cabin is currently listed for sale with Coldwell Banker – for a whopping $1.85 million! Wow!! The price reflects the value of the land the home sits on, but provides an ideal layout idea for those wanting to build their own similar cabin.
Images via Prentiss Architects
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