Go to the internet and search “how to dream better” and you’ll find results ranging from “exercise more” to “de-stress before sleep” to “skip the nightcap.” While all of those qualify as sound advice, they’re no match for the kind of dreaming to be had from the deck of this 1,200-square-foot home. Here, you can choose to live the dream that surrounds you or gaze out and watch that dream come to life just steps away. Located at the end of a cul-de-sac, this 2-bed, 2-bath Martis Camp home was designed and built as a guest house, the plans leaving the main view to be enjoyed by the “dream main house” that’s yet to be realized. Then again, this may be ideal as is, with the ski hill and private members ski lodge only a few blocks away. The living space spans the kitchen, great room, and a dining area that orient out toward the view to the north. There’s a fireplace and a chandelier gracing the great room as well, and a work counter that gracefully anchors the kitchen. Down the hall is a guest bedroom/bath and further down, with access to the main deck, is the primary suite and bathroom.
Features of this home include quartz countertops, European oak floors, Carrara marble showers, and alder cabinets. Kitchen appliances are Bosch and exterior stone is Montana ledgestone. As for the dream, it’s as vivid as they come and requires no more effort than pulling up an armchair and opening your imagination.