Rarely do wood and iron conspire for something so stunning as they do here, in a Putting Park cabin where their collective patina create an atmosphere that both embraces and impresses. Beautifully weathered panels of metal and pitched ceilings of picklewood radiate in the home’s liberal daylight. Beyond the kitchen is a great room with bold beams and an alluring fireplace of rustic metal and board-formed concrete, a dining room separated by an open, artistic wall, and a covered outdoor patio that’s ideal for entertaining and summer dining. This 3,208-square-foot Martis Camp home’s primary suite has a fireplace and heated outdoor terraces with views of the forest and nearby Park Pavilion. A short staircase leads up to a media/playroom,a bunkroom and another bedroom while the short flight downstairs leads to a bedroom and mud room.
This 4-bed, 3.5-bath home has folding doors that open to the dining terrace with outdoor kitchen. Floors are distressed hickory, cabinets and trim are knotty alder and ceilings and walls are reclaimed picklewood. Appliances are professional grade Viking while counters are crafted from Caesar stone, limestone, and — in the kitchen — quartzite tile with porcelain copper backsplash. The home’s exterior is a deft combination of reclaimed picklewood with cedar lap siding, board-formed concrete and rusted metal accent panels.