Once in a rare while, you step into the kind of home that would’ve appealed to Goldilocks — the kind of home that somehow feels “just right.”
You get that feeling the moment the front doors open, rewarding you with stunning views from the great room and deck. The great room’s pitched, Douglas fir ceiling radiates a warmth that complements the tall windows. It’s a scene shared by this 4,459-square-foot estate home’s modern kitchen and dining room. There are 5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths, including a master bedroom with a large fireplace and, downstairs, a bunkroom adjacent to the massive game/media room with its own covered deck, hot tub, bar and views of the Carson Range. At the bottom of a beautiful staircase is a glass-encased, modern wine cellar that holds up to 350 bottles.
In addition to the fine views and refined architecture, this home is blessed with features that add to its comfort factor. Ceilings are Douglas fir, cabinets are knotty alder and the countertops are carved from white carrara marble. Beauty is underfoot as well, with solid, impressive floors made from 8-inch hickory planks. All this adding up to a Martis Camp home located in what Forbes calls, “Possibly the best four-season private community in U.S.”