If first impressions are truly the most lasting, then the initial glance you and others have of this Martis Camp home is both awe-inspiring and timeless. It’s an architectural masterpiece whose combination of bold, modern materials continues to impress long after that first encounter. Beyond its striking profile and front deck that’s ideal for entertaining is a welcoming 6-bedroom, 6+2 bathroom home whose great room sits beside generous windows and beneath a soaring ceiling. In one direction is the kitchen with a large, inviting island for breakfasts and evening gatherings. Nearby is a breakfast nook, dining room, and – running the length of the south side of the home – a patio nestled into slopes and an infinity of open forest. This patio has a built-in barbecue, seven anchored patio heaters, a firepit and circular seating area, elevated hot tub and ample space for entertaining, story telling and building memories. The main level of this 6,018 square-foot home has an office with views, a bedroom with patio access, and another bedroom with its own stunning deck and views of mountains to the north and of the grassy Creekside Park below. Upstairs leads to the primary suite with a large bath and a private deck overlooking the forest and back patio. At this upper level, you’ll also find a media lounge, two separate bunk rooms, and a bedroom with captivating views of the forest. Head downstairs and you’ll arrive at an area that is surely this home’s hive of activity with its expansive theater, billiards room, exercise area, large tv, and a lengthy full-service bar backed by an impressive wine cellar, all particularly attractive after a day of skiing that wraps up at Lookout Lodge just down the street.
All this in a community that Forbes calls “Possibly the best four-season community in the U.S.”