Exquisite modern mountain home showcases views over Martis Valley


This modern mountain home was designed by Ryan Group Architects in collaboration with Vineyard Custom Homes, located in Martis Camp, California. Exquisite in every detail, this dwelling offers 5,000 square feet of living space with five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms. The living room showcases breathtaking views of Martis Valley as well as Lookout Mountain. Same goes for the kitchen where morning sun pours in from the east and — twelve hours later on the other side of the honed marble kitchen counter — sunsets glow in the elegant dining room perched above the valley beyond.

The large deck off the great room and dining room as well as decks off the upper bedrooms create an amazing indoor/outdoor living experience. Even the deep, enticing bathtubs and the glassed hallway treat you to great views. As stunning as all that exists beyond the home is, what happens within is even more impressive. Deftly separated into two floors and two “wings,” this dwelling’s west side is capped by a master suite and office with floor-to-ceiling glass. Downstairs is a long wet bar and large wine cellar adjacent to a game room/living room with fireplace, bunkhouse and a nearby deck with a fire pit and hot tub.


What We Love: This spectacular modern mountain home radiates with warmth thanks to the heavy use of wood throughout its interiors. Open and airy living spaces are comfortable and inviting thanks to a warm color palette and stylish furnishings and accessories. A fantastic indoor-outdoor connection helps to expand living spaces and invite nature indoors… Readers, please share with us what details in this home caught your eye and why in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our favorite home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of Ryan Group Architects: Mountain modern home in Martis Camp with indoor-outdoor living and Warm modernism takes center stage in Martis Camp retreat.



Above: The stunning floors are Siberian Oak tortoise shell, while the custom cabinets are smooth alder and countertops are honed marble. High-end appliances include Wolf, Sub-Zero, Miele and Whirlpool. Even the trip to the mud room and garage — via the long, glass bridgeway — carries through with the sense of never-ending sights.
















Photos: Vance Fox Photography

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5 years ago

Absolutely gorgeous!