There’s a blazing sunset over the Pacific Crest that’s bouncing off the waters before you, signs of early autumn in the aspen grove to your left, a creek that’s gifted at babbling, and a dad behaving childishly on the putting green while celebrating a long-distance birdie. And there’s you by the firepit, wine in one hand and the temptation to pinch yourself with the other. Located at a pivotal turn in the acclaimed Putting Park, this 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home possesses one of Martis Camp’s most premier locations. The spacious patio – with firepit, barbecue bay, hot tub, and a covered/heated alcove for outdoor dining – overlooks a pond, putting green, gentle waterfall, and views of Lookout Mountain. The view the other direction, toward the 3,080-square-foot Martis Camp home, is equally impressive. Accordion doors fold open, leading to a great room with robust beams, a stately rock fireplace, and a kitchen with the large counter that gathers friends and family from first light to late night. The nearby dining room completes a living area illuminated by the warmth of richly hued white oak floors running the course of this scene. Left of the tower entry is the primary suite with sunrise exposures and a deep, hammered brass tub. The opposite wing of this cabin features a media room with a sleeping loft and a pair of Murphy beds that transform this entertainment space into a bedroom. From the landing at the top of the stairs are two bedrooms – one to the right with evening views and one to the left with vistas of the putting park and Lookout Mountain.
Within this cabin are elements that complement the beauty you’ll observe beyond. Cabinets are knotty alder, countertops are black leather granite, appliances are GE Monogram, and the black custom ironworks – combined with stone and wood – lend an artistic elegance to the scene. As for sunsets, you’ll find them pouring in from the great room windows and the flagstone patio, offering breathtaking views of the Putting Park, the waterfall, and the dad who just pulled a hammy while celebrating a birdie.