There’s a dad flat on his tummy fifty yards away, face down on the putting park with his 8-year-old beside him. He’s teaching her to read greens this morning and Huck Finn tonight, a nice follow-up to lessons learned in the art of adventure. Located at the end of a cul-de sac, this quiet setting is ideal for bonding families and building memories. The morning sun pours into the great room and kitchen, captured by the bold beams in the ceiling and illuminating the honey-grained slab of pine that makes for a stunning kitchen counter. The dining room’s floor-to-ceiling windows gaze out over the nearby creek to the Putting Park and the patio centered by a firepit and ringed by aspens. This patio wraps around the back of this 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom Martis Camp home, arriving at a place where pocket doors open the great room to the great outdoors beneath a heated trellis ideal for outdoor dining. A covered built-in barbecue bay is located just steps away from the dining room and kitchen. Beside the dining room is another bedroom with access to a covered patio with hot tub. Stage left of the home’s entry is the master bedroom at the main level which also accesses the hot tub patio. Up the stairs are two bedrooms with forest and putting park views and a Lookout Mountain recreation room ideal for breaking out a board game or diving deeper into a book.
Details of this 3,250-square-foot home are immaculate. Aside from the pine counter, the kitchen has another counter of leathered granite. Beautiful wood runs the course of this home’s floors while kitchen appliances bear the quality marks of KitchenAid and Bosch, along with a NewAir wine cooler. It’s an alluringly cozy scene throughout, made even more attractive by its proximity to the Park Pavilion, Sports Field, pickleball courts, Concert Lake, and Family Barn, not to mention the award-winning putting course with a dad fully engrossed in explaining the wicked ways of a well-groomed green.