Just beyond the 1st fairway of Tom Fazio’s 18-hole championship course is this Martis Camp home rich with architectural inspiration and features like an impressive office, a cozy breakfast nook, and a pair of bunk rooms connected by an airy loft that collects sunshine by day and stars by night, it’s this home’s morning side of this estate that people are drawn to. Here, beyond the pocket doors of the dining room and past windows and side doors running the length of the veranda, is a patio that opens up to stunning views of the adjacent 1st fairway, the Carson Range, and the sunrises that slip over Lookout Mountain. This is the heart of this newly renovated 7,842-square-foot home, a gathering point with firepit, hot tub, covered/heated dining, and aspens, grass, forests and vistas that set the tone for a rare and enchanting vibe. It’s a feeling that carries into this 6-bedroom, 6.5 bathroom home. The great room that greets you is flooded in a morning glow that also bathes the kitchen and dining room. There’s a breakfast nook that seamlessly transforms into a private cove for Yahtzee, card games and great conversation. Adjacent to the primary suite with private, fireplaced deck is a large office. Down the hall is a private suite above the garage that features a mini kitchen, full bath, bedroom, and separate sleeping billet with two beds. Beside the downstairs kitchen is a butler’s pantry/prep kitchen, while the far end of the home features the two bunk rooms along with a junior suite with fireplace and a large media room with access to the patio, hot tub, and the back patio — that place where everyone eventually seems to arrive.
Furthering this Martis Camp home’s profile as a place where friends and family gather is a separate guesthouse near the forested front entry. Here you’ll find a great room with fireplace, kitchen, and a junior suite that opens up to its own covered, private patio. All this, along with front row seats to renowned Tom Fazio golf course, makes this home a rare opportunity in the that place Forbes calls, “Possibly the best four-season community in the U.S.”