The moment you step into this Martis Camp home, the touch of award-winning interior designer Kim Anderson is clearly present and seamlessly blends elegant design with mountain comfort. The influence of Anderson – whose talents are on display at the Family Barn, Camp Lodge and Lookout Ski Lodge – is evident at all points of this beautifully designed 4,498-square foot home. Perched above a quiet cul-de-sac with soaring views of the Sierra Crest, this 4-bedroom, 4-full bathroom plus 2 half-bath home is notable for its close proximity to Lookout Lodge with private ski access to Northstar California Resort in the winter and the Aerial Adventure Park in the summer. There are vaulted ceilings above the great room and the kitchen with the large, inviting breakfast counter and the dining/board game nook to the side with its own pizza oven. The French doors of the dining room near the kitchen open to a covered patio with tv and fireplace. The great room is adjacent to a deck with its own expansive views, fire pit, dining area, Big Green Egg, and built-in barbecue bay. The abundance of outdoor living spaces is central to the tone and energy of this home. The windowed hallway leading to the living spaces overlooks a patio with impressive landscaping, a hot tub and sunset views. The media room accessing this patio includes a billiards table, fireplace, and a bookcase that – when the right book is pulled down – opens to the hidden bunk room behind the bookcase. This wing is where you’ll find the primary suite with fireplace and a private deck with porch swing and forest views. The first flight of stairs at this wing leads to a bedroom with fireplace while the final flight tops out at another bedroom/office with trundle bed and views of the Sierra beyond and the home’s patios below.
Kitchen appliances include Sub-Zero wine cooler, a deep, porcelain sink, loads of workspace, and a stunning range from Olive Majestic.
All this in a community that Forbes calls “Possibly the best four-season community in the U.S.”