This rustic-modern mountain retreat offers warmth and sophistication by architects sagemodern, surrounded by the natural beauty of Martis Camp, North Lake Tahoe, California. The floor plan of this 4,670 square foot private family home was designed to be comfortable, functional and flexible. A spacious kitchen features upgraded appliances and a lengthy island perfect for food prep, causal dining and entertaining guests while the chef is cooking a savory meal. A fluid connection to the open and airy great room allows for easy entertaining, along with a spacious dining area, both indoors and out. Outdoors, dining al fresco has it perks, with a cozy outdoor fire pit for warmth and ambiance. There is plenty of space for entertaining a host of people with a total of 1,600 square feet of outdoor living areas to support all seasons. There is also a built in BBQ area and a hot tub that can accommodate up to six people. A ground level master bedroom retreat offers plenty of luxury amenities, including a fireplace, patio, spacious walk-in dressing room and freestanding soaking tub in the master bathroom. The area is secluded from the rest of the home by a tranquil breezeway, offering plenty of privacy. A master suite on the second level reveals a cozy balcony offering privileged views of a meandering creek and mountain vistas.
There are additional bedrooms in this prefabricated home, including a junior master suite which offers an en-suite bathroom. Perfect for hosting overnight guests, a bunk room offers six custom built beds with an adjacent guest bathroom. There is also a Jack and Jill bunk room, which completes the five bedroom offering of this exquisite mountain property. Additional amenities includes a media room, spacious mudroom, laundry room, ski storage, golf cart parking area and a bonus room that can be transformed into the new homeowner’s needs, such as a study/home office.
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What We Love: The expansive views out to the forest, the serene setting that encircles this home and the open, expansive spaces that feel warm and cozy thanks to the elements of wood and stone. The fact that this home is prefabricated and delivered virtually intact to the site and turns out so spectacular is quite impressive. What do you think? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!
The outer facade is comprised of barn wood siding in a silvery-gray hue mixed with natural ledgestone, helping to meld the home into its surrounding landscape. An intriguing butterfly roofing system is supported by concrete and steel columns. This helps to create a visually pleasing feature during spring rainfall and winter snow melt, where the columns facilitate an active water feature.
Photos: Courtesy of sagemodern
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