While this Martis Camp home radiates a sense of modernity and elegance, there’s one element it possesses that’s elusive and invaluable in today’s hustle-bustle world: quietude. Located on a peaceful cul-de-sac, this 4,685 square-foot home’s privacy is interrupted only by birdsong, valley views, and the inevitable “oohs” and “ahhs” that will come from a home that’s ideal for entertaining friends and family. Beyond its handsome front door, this 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home’s story opens boldly and brightly with massive windows and plentiful sun pouring into the dining room, kitchen, and great room with a two-sided fireplace that’s front and center to the elegant scene. Adjoining this living space is a patio facing the morning sun. There’s an expansive patio that includes an outdoor dining area with built-in barbecue bay and Green Egg, a hot tub, fire pit, and a dry creek with summer-long bouquets of wildflowers. Just right of the entry is an impressive, stone-encased wine cellar. The kitchen counter is large and inviting, while the separate nook between it and the patio is ideal for a cup of quiet morning coffee and an evening of board game marathons. There’s a windowed bridge with artistic angles woven into its walls and floors, a design feature that’s repeated throughout. At the end of this bridge hallway is a media room with fireplace, big screen tv, and windows facing Martis Valley. The other wing of the home holds a bunk room, a pair of guest rooms, and a primary suite with abundant morning sun, a corner fireplace, and access to the patio and hot tub.
The attributes of this Martis Camp home – the collective toll of architectural integrity, livability, and privacy – make it an ideal investment in the community that Forbes calls, “Possibly the best four-season community in the U.S.”