The kids have command of the upstairs bunkrooms and media room while parents are settling around the fire pit patio as first hints of alpenglow begin to burn above the Carson Range. The 1st fairway on the Tom Fazio masterpiece golf course behind the house is tranquil, Lookout Mountain clings to the last dash of sunset, and a blanket of quietude embraces this 4,632-square-foot Martis Camp home. It’s a home ideal for golfers and families who like being pleasantly secluded while simultaneously being in the midst of the Martis Camp’s core amenities: the Family Barn is a short walk one way; the Camp Lodge and practice golf field a four-iron the other direction.
Rivaling the beauty of this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home’s surroundings is an interior designed by Kim Anderson, the award-winning designer whose envisioned the interiors at the Family Barn, Lookout Lodge, and Camp Lodge. In every season, morning sun warms through the vaulted windows of the great room and primary suite. The kitchen with its impressive wine closet and breakfast nook overlooks the dining room and great room, both adjacent to the spacious patios and covered barbecue bay. The primary suite with tall windows, vaulted ceilings and fireplace also connects to the patio and has prime access to the hot tub. On the far side of the main floor is a guest suite with easterly views. Upstairs is a large media room with sink, mini fridge, and a vast deck overlooking the 1st fairway, Lookout Mountain and the Carson Range beyond and the patio, fire pit and lawn below. There’s a bedroom with floor to ceiling windows, a kids’ room with two twins and a playful loft, and – further down the hallway with a reading/study kids’ workstation – a bunkroom with two queens and two overhead twins. All this adds up to the ideal location to build a lifetime of legacies and family memories.