10905 Almendral Court
There’s much debate about how and when concrete was invented. Where it was perfected, however, is another matter, for here at this 3,026-square-foot home, concrete has been elevated to an art. In the company of black steel beams, majestic woods and expansive windows, the concrete walls of this home lend an industrial elegance to the scene. The front door opens to a great room with large, south-facing windows, a fireplace, and a crescent-shaped patio that gazes off to Lookout Mountain. Steps from this patio is a trail leading to the nearby golf course and to forests that stretch well beyond. The bedrooms, including two bunk rooms, a guest room and the master suite with deep tub and private garden, are neatly placed to address the morning sun. There’s a media room tucked away on its own and a kitchen that commands views of the dining room and great room.
This 4-bed, 4.5-bath home’s details are impressive. The outside patio wraps around to a covered dining area while the kitchen’s counter is vast. Designed by Sandbox Studio and built by Mark Tanner Construction, this home includes an Elan home automation system with radiant heat and air conditioning. Not to be lost on those who live here and visit here is the sense of peace and space that comes from this home’s two acres of solitude. A short stroll leads to the 1st hole of the Tom Fazio masterpiece as well as the Camp Lodge.
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