When it comes to dreams, you can live them now or you can pull up an Adirondack, gaze off toward 1.66 acres of property and seemingly endless forest around you and cut loose with your imagination. In this case, there’s no need to choose: you can do them simultaneously. This Martis Camp home, tucked into a secluded cul-de-sac and backing up to the national forest at the western edge of Martis Camp, provides food for thought – both for today and tomorrow. At 2,032 square feet, it’s ready to call home as is. Then again, you may envision it as one day being a part of a large mountain retreat. This home’s charmingly twisted roof is an early indicator of the creativity within. There are two lofts, accessed by a custom staircase. Downstairs is a great room with fireplace and access to the covered front patio that’s conducive to dreaming up those plans for expansion or just relaxing in the peace and quiet with a glass of wine. There are two bedrooms downstairs, a cozy dining room, and a kitchen that’s front and center to all the action, offering a large granite counter for guests and family.
Doors and trim are knotty alder and the alder finish of the cabinets is enlivened with a nutmeg finish. Floors are stained concreted with carpeting in the upper lofts.