In a community where the architectural scene rises well above average is one home that also seems suspended above the forest. With large windows beyond the great room and kitchen and nothing but treetops and sky beyond, this Martis Camp home feels as though it’s hanging in space. It’s a sensation that’s with you from the moment you cross over the small bridge and pass through the front door that reveals a graceful connection between the home and its surroundings. The great room’s fireplace has a stone base, a stout, weathered wooden beam for the mantel, and stunning black metal panels that reach to the ceiling. The double-sided fireplace warms those who take to either the great room or who step outside to the deck with views of the sheltered open space and seasonal creek that tumbles by to the west. In sight of it all is a kitchen with impressive marble counters and workspace, a dining room with vaulted ceiling, and an intimate nook for morning coffees and cocoa and evenings of board games and laughter. A few steps down the sunny hallway is the master wing with a master bedroom that possesses that same feeling of being perched above the forest. Here, you’ll find a fireplace, tv, beamed ceilings, and a generous porcelain tub in the master bath. Downstairs is a media room, a pair of bedrooms, and a bunkroom that has its own patio and ground level views of the forest.
The handsome wooden floors of this 4-bed, 5.5-bath home are honed from reclaimed wood. The master bath and downstairs baths have custom Spanish tiles. The kitchen features Viking’s finest appliances. Running the course of this 3,639-square-foot home are re-sawn pine ceilings that add to its luster.