This Martis Camp home could well qualify as the official estate of the wandering mind. The morning sun pours through the great room – an architectural showpiece of handsome angles, alluring windows and soaring ceilings – and settles into pockets where people can gather with their mugs to chart out their days. Below is the #2 hole of Tom Fazio’s award winning course. In the winter, it doubles nicely as a sledding hill for the kids. Meantime, there are trails behind the house that saunter off to the Family Barn, Camp Lodge and Lost Library. Then again, you could always just settle into this 5,299-square-foot home’s sense of privacy and location (at the end of a cul-de-sac and embraced by the tranquil forest), a setting that inspires moments of connection and reflection. The great room presents a stunning introduction to this home, a sight enjoyed from the home’s spacious kitchen with three ovens and a separate microwave, two dishwashers, and a large counter that inevitably attracts the morning crowd as well as late night guests. Beyond is a patio with fire pit, hot tub, covered/heated dining area and a cove with full kitchen and barbecue. From this patio are views of Lookout Mountain and the fairway below.
On the main floor of this LEED Gold certified home is an office, a double-sided fireplace that warms both the great room and dining room, a bedroom with forest views and patio and – further down the hall – a primary suite with modern fireplace, a bathtub with adjacent fireplace, and a heated/covered patio that gracefully overlooks all three levels of patio and an immaculately designed and mature landscape. Behind frosted doors is an extensive wine cellar. The wide, modern staircase leads to a landing deck with balcony, two bedrooms with abundant light, and a media room with an additional room that’s ideal for a gym, theater, library, 5th bedroom, or any other venue that stirs your imagination.