One of this Martis Camp home’s finest features is the fact it has running water. The stream and pond that lull you to bed and slowly awaken you also doubles as your southern property line.
And if that idyllic scene isn’t enough, then perhaps the views of Lookout Mountain — vistas this home’s bedrooms, great room, kitchen and media room fully embrace — will help deliver frequent moments of serenity that are rare and precious in today’s world. Those sensations are perhaps best captured from the Juliet balcony reaching out from the upstairs guest suite. The corner dining area opens to the outside with an accordion door. The abundance of picklewood, combined with soaring windows, knotty alder doors and white oak floors lend an uncommon brilliance to this 3,250-square-foot mountain modern cabin.
Thoughtfully oriented to take advantage of the pond, the stream and the southern sky that pours in over Lookout Mountain, this 4-bed, 4.5 bath home is within walking distance of the Family Barn, Concert Lake and the Camp Lodge. Countertops are natural stone, iron railings are custom created and appliances are from the likes of Wolf, Sub-Zero and Bosch. The cabin’s exterior is an attractive blend of pickelwood, stone and black trim.