When it’s time to call it a night here, your trip to the primary suite is anything but average. Bookending the glass breezeway that leads to this primary suite are a pair of maples on display behind tall windows and elegant wooden slats – one tree to your left and another to your right. The scene furthers that feeling of peace in the room, as well as the entirety of this Martis Camp Putting Park cabin, ideally located on a quiet cul-de-sac with trails leading to the Sports Fields and Park Pavilion, and the undulating grace of the 15th hole of the Putting Park as your backyard. There’s a sweeping, covered patio with firepit, barbecue bay, and pocket doors to the great room, all poised for views of tall pines and the lush putting park fairway. The kitchen with its expansive counter opens to the dining room and the great room with its fireplace, sunny windows, and towering, handsomely beamed ceilings. There’s a wine closet near the kitchen and appliances that include Kitchenaide and Sub-Zero. Nearby at the base of the stairs is a bedroom while upstairs is a bunk room that sleeps six, another bedroom, and a spacious and entertaining media room.
All told, this warm and inviting home is the ideal hub at the end of the day for those who venture down pathways at the end of the cul-de-sac and who indulge in the pleasures that await them along those trails, as well as further down the road to all those amenities that help define why Forbes calls Martis Camp, “Possibly the best four-season community in the U.S.”