8805 Longwood Ct
There are times when celebrations are meant to be bold and bright and maybe a touch loud. For that, this home’s patio fits the bill. There’s a creek that runs the length of the patio, past firepits, an outdoor dining area, rock benches, and a hot tub. More intimate and quiet is the upper scene at the top of the waterfall where people can meet around a firepit and recount stories from a day on the slopes. The idea of gathering is further encouraged by pockets of conversation scattered throughout this 3,742-square-foot Martis Camp home that was designed by Swaback Partners — the same minds behind the Camp Lodge and Family Barn. Tucked into the foot of the staircase is a table and seating cove for two while the corner fireplace in the great room, the kitchen counter, and the balconies off the upstairs bedrooms make for fine places to reconnect. Views of Lookout Mountain and the Carson Range from the great room of this 4 bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home are impressive, a scene shared with the dining room and a kitchen that features its own cozy fireplace. There’s an office and media room with fireplace and a master bedroom with fireplace, wood ceilings and a bright bathroom whose bathtub oversees the forest from its elevated glass room. Upstairs is a bedroom, sitting area, and two bedrooms with balconies, one with a view of Mt. Rose and the other of the surrounding forest.
This home is surrounded by a handsome assortment of mature landscaping. It takes a two-minute stroll to reach the putting park and a touch further to arrive at the Park Pavilion. Meantime, this home with its hickory floors and custom ornamental ironwork, provides plenty of reason to simply stay put and enjoy.
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