“A meandering path leads to Eagle Point Cabin where it sits nestled between a rock outcrop and a thicket on the windswept west coast of Washington’s San Juan Island. The semi-sheltered building location was chosen to provide some protection from the winter winds and to block out views of the neighboring houses.
Designed by Prentiss Architects, Eagle Point Cabin is a squat rectangular building with unfinished wood siding and a sod roof that merge with the natural landscape. From a distance, it almost passes for a simple homesteader’s cabin. However the interior is anything but basic, with extensive wood windows, custom cabinetry and high-end appliances.”