All structures related & fully equipped with Spanish Slate roof.
Each structure is meticulously landscaped to suit its particular space on the estate.
The building sites permit the placement of structures which are perfectly situated like natural offshoots, as the land and its elevation commands a perch which ensures sun light throughout the day and unencumbered views of the water with nothing in between the line of sight – it’s like Eagle’s Nest is on the water’s edge with full sun. The result of architect David Waldron’s study of the sun positions throughout the year of initial planning. The 21 acres of Eagle’s Nest estate have the buildings and improvements on Lot 2’s ~11 acres, while the contiguous right side ~10 acre Lot 1 is a wooded buffer making for ultimate privacy and water, island and Cascade mountain range views, with no neighboring houses within the vicinity of the 360 degree line of site.