There’s a striking similarity between Lookout Mountain and this Martis Camp home: they both share a similar contour, a sleek profile of curves that seem to mirror one another. Located near the Tennis Pavilion and Springs Pavilion, this 3,505 square-foot home and Lookout are locked in a loving stare down that can be witnessed from the back veranda or from the deck off the master bedroom. The mountain’s features are a product of nature, but the elegant curving roof of this home was an outcome of imagination and craftsmanship. Those characteristics run the course of this home, from the stout pivot entry door that glides at the push of a finger to the stunning great room with Weiland pocket doors that slide away, resulting in a seamless connection between the great room and the great outdoors. The patio frames a view towards Lookout Mountain, a scene enjoyed from a hot tub, firepit, barbecue, or from the comfort of the covered outdoor dining.
In the nearby kitchen is a large counter space for casual meals and comfortable conversations. To one side is a long workspace with sink while a stroll down the hall leads to a bunkroom and bedroom combo with patio access. On this main level there’s also a junior suite. There’s a metropolitan flair to the floating staircase leading to a landing room library and reading room. Further on is the primary suite with streamlined fireplace and a deck with views of Lookout Mountain and the patio below.
The arrival at this 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home is alluring as you wind past the Tennis Pavilion and Springs Park, eventually finding your way to this home’s well-landscaped setting. Never a sight that grows old is that breathtaking glimpse of the curvaceous roofline that mimics the mountain in the distance. It’s a beautiful case of art imitating life.