Gazing down from Prosser Run on a late winter’s day, you can see Martis Camp starting to glow. There’s the warmth of the Camp Lodge on the far side of the creek, a soft gleam in the woods indicating the Family Barn, and – when seen from just the right angle on the slope – you can see a home calling out to you. There’s a wisp of smoke from a freshly lit fireplace and the radiance of a home setting that defies the crisp evening chill. There, on a cul-de-sac just a short stroll from the Lookout Mountain Ski Lodge, is a 7 bedroom, 7+2 bathroom, 8,367-square-foot Martis Camp home with all the contents essential for making memories. Beneath a ceiling of bold beams and brilliant cedar is a great room that’s spacious yet intimate. Pocket doors disappear, opening this room to the skies, pines and views reaching out beyond the deck. This al fresco ambience influences the nearby dining room and the kitchen with its breakfast nook, wine cabinet, and butler’s pantry. The expansive wrap-around deck includes a firepit, heated/covered dining area, and views of the ski slopes above and Pacific Crest sunsets to the west. On this main level is a primary bedroom with handsome fireplace, morning sun, large master bath, and access to the deck. There are three other junior masters one floor up, each with large bathrooms, fireplaces, and their own distinct views. Descend the stairs and you’ll arrive at an ample media/game room with big screen tv, billiards table, ping pong, and access to a ground level patio with a covered dining area and a hot tub holding front row seats to amazing views to Lookout Mountain. Bookending this hub of activity are three bunk rooms, two that share a common bath and one on the other side that has direct access to the hot tub.
Details of this 8,367-square-foot Martis Camp home are impressive. Kitchen appliances include, Wolf, Bosch, and Sub-Zero. The railings on all three decks are custom made while countertops are crafted from Fusion quartz slab, Taj Mahal leathered quartz, and marble. Wood floors are from the Du Chateau Strata Collection while cabinets are knotty alder and distressed, dark walnut. Finally, the pinnacle of this home at the top of the stairs, is a well-windowed room that serves nicely as an office, library, or crafts room, or simply as a fine place to survey the ski slope above, hoping for a glance of a mother and daughter gazing back at the glow in the forest with cider on the stove and wisps of smoke from the fireplace.