There’s an added benefit to having a front row seat to such sights as a stretch of green fairway, a calm pond and tall pines. It’s the sounds that accompany those attributes, like the nighttime lull of the creek and the way the breeze combs its way through Ponderosa pines. This 3,244-square-foot modern cabin home is positioned for the best of sight and sound, enjoyed from the kitchen, great room and the east-facing back porch with sunken hot tub, firepit, covered dining and views of the Carson Range. The scenery inside is equally impressive, especially the entry with its modern lines and steel beams and the curved kitchen counter that gracefully reaches out to the great room, all drawn together by floors of elegant white oak. Not to be outdone is the media room upstairs with its own deck and 360 degrees of windows.
This 4-bedroom, 3.5 bath cabin home borders the 2nd and 3rd holes of Dick Bailey’s award-winning Putting Park. While its sunny exposure draws in the light, the three fireplaces in the home add warmth as well. Cabinets, doors and trim are quarter-sawn white oak while bath tiles are made from natural stone. There’s also a wine refrigerator, Kohler plumbing and Wolf and SubZero appliances. In all, this captivating home is a prime example of the beauty that can arise when sights and sounds and craftsmanship show up on the same blueprint.