If, as you stand before the fireplace and take in this Martis Camp home’s stunning layout, you get the feeling you’re surrounded by the finest architectural elements of Martis Camp, it’s only because you are. This 3,230-square-foot home – inspired, designed, and built by those who helped bring the Camp Lodge and Family Barn to life – resonates with a wonderfully familiar beauty. Settled into a large .42-acre cabin lot, this 4-bed, 3.5 bath home has a great cul-de-sac location, backs to the Park Pavilion and is a short stroll from the award-winning Putting Park and Family Barn. They’re the kinds of neighbors that enhance that sense of space and privacy that define this cabin home. Inside, you’re greeted by a great room with tall, handsomely beamed ceilings, and a bold, stone fireplace. There’s a breakfast and conversation counter between here and the kitchen, centered around a work island and a rock-arched stove straight from a fairy tale. Beyond the dining room and tucked into a corner of wood and window is an alluring game nook. There’s a covered veranda just beyond with views of the forest, a barbecue bay, and a fireplace that gathers friends all year long. The master bedroom connects to this patio and is accented by a sitting area with fireplace, and a ceiling of beams that radiate outward like a warm sun. On the other side of the house is another bedroom with access to the back patio. A staircase climbs up to a loft and leads on to a bunk room with kids lounge, bathroom, and a bedroom with barn door windows that open to the great room below and to all the character of a home that is crafted from the sum of Martis Camp’s finest parts.