A funny thing happens when Martis Camp’s interior designer takes free reign to create her own home: she makes magic. Kim Anderson, the same visionary behind the interiors at the Camp Lodge, Family Barn, Ski Lodge, Lost Library and Beach Shack, has now brought her renowned touch to this 4,439 square-foot custom masterpiece. In teaming up with John Sather, the architect who drew up the Camp Lodge and Family Barn, Kim has created a storybook home unlike any you’ve ever seen.
Located in an idyllic setting where a creek runs alongside its back terrace, this exquisite 5-bed, 5.5 bath, 4,439-square-foot estate home is a showcase of unbridled imagination. Beyond the front door is a living room with iron beams, oak floors and generous views of Lookout Mountain. Its granite fireplace features a headboard of reclaimed hardwood. Nearby are two master suites with mountain views and fireplaces while the upstairs is crowned by a wide balcony overlooking the kitchen, dining room and fireplace. Further down the hallway, you arrive at a kids wing with a media room, his and her bathrooms, and a whimsical sleeping barracks that’s conducive to fueling late night stories and early morning giggles.
Complementing the attention to detail of design and flow are amenities that are top shelf, including a front Dutch door, Calacata gold marble and white caesarstone kitchen counter tops, bar with under-counter wine bar, custom range hood, native granite exterior stone and, outside, a built-in Viking barbecue.
- 8300 Kenarden Drive
- 4,439 Square feet
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5.5 Baths
- Swaback Partners Architecture
- Mark Tanner Construction
- Calacata gold marble and white Caesarstone quartz counter-tops.
- Extra large bunkroom with two bathrooms
- Within walking distance to the Springs Pavilion and Tennis Pavilion, views of Lookout Mountain, and backs to a flowing creek.
- Media lounge, breakfast nook, and game balcony/loft
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