Those who sit down to this home’s dinner table for the first time find themselves salivating long before the meal has even arrived. The table — a masterpiece in itself made up of glass, metal and a pine tree that’s been artfully halved — has that effect. The rest of the 6,250-square-foot Martis Camp estate follows suit, creating a collective sense of awe that’s ideal for occasions both intimate and extravagant. The great room’s floor-to-ceiling fireplace is made even more impressive by the fact that the wall of window doors to each side slide out of sight behind its stone sheath. There’s an amazing game room with pool table, golf simulator, multiple flat screen TV’s, and a bar and wine rack that seemingly float above the forest. Beneath is a hot tub and beyond is the serenity of the forest and a peak of golf. There’s a patio with barbecue and covered dining and another off the glass hallway with its own fireplace and view of Lookout Mountain and the Northstar California ski runs. A jog right from the entry leads past the kitchen and great room to the primary suite with office, a fireplace and immediate access to the hot tub from the soothing primary bath. A left turn arrives at a guest suite with fireplace, two bedrooms with views, a spacious bunkroom, and a separate entertainment center.
This 5-bed, 5.5-bath home’s location is as attractive as all it houses within. It sits on a quiet cul-de-sac conveniently near Martis Camp’s main amenities with views to Lookout Mountain.