Eagle Point Tiny Cabin in Washington

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

After being included in our list of the best tiny homes on the planet, we decided to highlight one of our personal favorites from the feature in the Eagle Point tiny cabin.

What it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in character. The home was completed back in 2011,and was built by the design team at Prentiss Architects. The home sports a beautiful planked wood facade, with floor to ceiling windows providing plenty of natural light to enter the cozy living space. The cabin was good enough to impress some pretty important people in the industry, and won an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects. Oh, and did we mention that view? Located in the San Juan Islands of Washington, dwellers are treated to a mesmerizing ocean view.

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