Tour rustic 'Northern Eagle' — the sunroom is sure to spark envy

When you think of Americana, it's only natural for the image of a majestic bald eagle flying freely through the skies comes to mind. Capturing that appreciation for freedom, the Northern Eagle from Golden Eagle Log Homes features large windows, treating its residents to an unobstructed view of their surroundings. Of course, that's just one of the features this rugged home offers.
This custom 1977-square-foot home (with a 1288-square-foot ground floor and a 689-square-foot second floor) is perfectly suited for the family that loves the wilderness but also seeks comfort — and sometimes wants to enjoy both at once. 
The large windows in the great room practically eliminate the need for daytime indoor lighting, as the natural lighting does a phenomenal job on its own.
For a little extra warmth, there's no better option than snuggling up around the hearth of this stone fireplace.
The kitchen has a rustic feel to it, though the white walls and ceiling add an unexpected modern twist.
How fitting is that light fixture over the dining room table?
This sunroom, affectionately called a "four-season room," allows the Northern Eagle inhabitants to bask in the sunlight without worrying about the other elements disrupting the peace.
These stairs lead up to the second floor, which contains a loft area and two rooms that can be adapted to fill whatever purpose you need for them.
We love how this bed has a handmade feel to it.
And yes, the bedrooms are large enough to accommodate two twin-sized beds, should the need arise.
Doesn't this loft feel like it was made for daydreaming?
Here is the floor plan for the ground level:
And here is the upper level:
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