In a sense, this home is its own Cineplex, a 6,506-square-foot home with entertainment options that include a theater seating up to 20 people and a series of decks and patios with balcony seats to Lookout Mountain and the curtain of pine for a backyard that backs up to the National Forest. The most impressive scene, however, is the home itself. The large, glass pivot door opens to a gleaming, modern showcase of style, including a dining room to the left with its own wall accented by a sleek fireplace and a kitchen that has a direct line of sight through the great room to the pool room, private bar and impressive media room. Neatly woven into this lively scene is a double-sided fireplace and wall that is a virtual work of art. Beyond the kitchen and great room is a sweeping patio with a fireplace, hot tub and a covered, heated dining area with tableside views of the trees. The south wing of the lower level includes a large office and a master suite with a fireplace and a deck whose views of Lookout Mountain allow you to formulate your own report on the latest ski conditions. At the top of the elegant steel staircase is a generous media room that’s perched above the great room and accesses a nearby bedroom and a west-facing patio with a fireplace, spiral stairs and views of forests and mountains. At this level, you’ll find a total of three bedrooms, including a junior master with its own veranda and views of the ski hill.
This 5-bedroom/5.5-bathroom home is the definition of detail, most noticeably at first glance as you take in its towering ceilings. Beyond that are things like prewired speakers, prewired shades and a Lutron home automation system. Cabinets are oak and alder while countertops are Sile stone and Caesar stone. Hardwood runs the course of the home with the exception of carpeted guest rooms. Appliances include a Dacor range, Meile oven, SubZero refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher and Whirlpool washer and dryer. And whether it’s to complement the ultimate entertainment scene or to offer a welcomed hush in a busy world, the neighboring Forest Service land is always a pleasure to gaze out upon.