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Enchanting mountain retreat in Truckee surrounded by an idyllic setting

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This contemporary mountain retreat was designed by Walton Architecture, located in Martis Camp, a private community in Truckee, California. Nestled amongst the pines, this home enjoys beautiful views of nature nearby Lookout Mountain, Mount Pluto and the Martis Camp Golf Club’s driving range.

The clean and thoughtful design of this dwelling takes advantage of the naturally bright setting. Take a step inside this 4,245 square foot home with five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms to soak in the serenity of the property that has very much dictated the design.

Project Team: Architecture: Walton Architecture + Engineering | Contractor: Jim Morrison Construction | Interiors: Sarah Jones Interior Design + Walton Architecture + Engineering

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What We Love: This mountain retreat offers comfortable living spaces that are warm and functional for both family living and entertaining. The neutral color palette along with the texture and patterns take its cue form the serenity and calm that is inspired by this home’s natural surroundings.

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design features of this home? Please share your feedback 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 the architects of this project, Walton Architecture: Insanely beautiful mountain modern home in the Sierra Mountains and Cozy mountain retreat with Scandinavian vibe on beautiful Lake Tahoe.

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From the roofline to natural materials such as hickory and locally sourced Montana stone to floor-to-ceiling windows, every detail was selected with the goal of inviting nature inside.

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Above: This welcoming entry features a Cisco Home bench where guests can sit and admire the tranquil surroundings.

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Above: Suspended over the kitchen island is a custom fabricated pendant cluster by Niche Modern. Highlights of this space includes a 12-foot-long island and a houndstooth-patterned backsplash.

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Above: In the dining room, floor-to-ceiling windows showcase magnificent views. A large dining room seats up to 16 guests around a table by Clubcu. Suspended above the table is a 16.8 Bocci Pendant designed by Omer Arbel for Bocci, a nod to nature.

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Above: There are several manual lift-and-slide doors throughout this mountain retreat, encouraging indoor/outdoor living.

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Above: In the great room, the light sculpture on the wall next to the fireplace is a custom design by Aldo Bernardi. Although the design of this home is clean and restrained, there are rugged elements such as exposed rafters and beams.

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Above: A wall of glass in the great room soaks in the forested views and beyond to the golf course and ski hills.

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Above: A media room offers a touch of playful color, featuring an adjustable Roche Bobois sofa.

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Above: Hanging above the bedroom is a Passion 4 Wood chandelier. A pair of chairs in front of the bed are covered in a Kravet fabric.

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Above: The bathroom offers a spa-like oasis courtesy of a relaxing soaker tub and stunning details such as the “Sienna Silver” travertine countertops by Walker Zanger and wood-and-resin knobs in “Frosted Timber” from Anthropologie.

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Above: The boy’s bunk bedroom features a rope ladder that leads to a secret play space. This space takes advantage of a wasted cavity in the ceiling.

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Above: To create a seamless indoor-outdoor connection, the patio features sliding Weiland Doors. This is one of the best spots to soak in the stunning scenery while relaxing on the MBRACE wing chair and ottoman by Dedon.

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Photos: Paul Dyer Photography

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CK1
13 days ago

Who was the landscape architect? Would be nice to give credit