Morning comes slow and gentle here. While coffee’s brewing, the glow on the other side of Lookout Mountain is building. The daily birdsong is beginning and a peckish trout just broke the glass on the lake before you. You’re the first one on the scene, just like yesterday and all the yesterdays before. And you have yet to slip out of your pajamas or step beyond the kitchen. Later, if an evening concert is slated, you’ve got a front row seat from your primary suite patio. Of all the features this Martis Camp cabin home has to offer, perhaps none is more impressive than the wide screen wonder of life that plays before you from sunup to sundown.
With the best seat to Concert Lake and the Family Barn, this four-bedroom, 3,139-square-foot home is a constant source of family entertainment. At the same time, it exudes style. Flooring is wire brushed oak, cabinets are alder and the ceiling is reclaimed picklewood. Rain forest green marble graces the great room bar while the glow of Sahara Gold marble warms the primary bathroom. The vast breakfast bar is a stretch of Gaillita light granite and lighting is the product of noted designer, Julia Johnson-Holland.