Majestic mountain home embraces indoor-outdoor living in Martis Camp

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Walton Architecture + Engineering imagined the design of this stunning modern mountain home located in Martis Camp, a private Lake Tahoe community in Northern California. The residence exudes sleek, modern lines akin to an art gallery, yet with a welcoming atmosphere. It welcomes the sun, it welcomes the forests and views, and it welcomes the comfort of gathering.

Step inside this wonderful 8,473 square foot six-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home and you will find a great room with a panoramic, modern fireplace that, on its flip side, warms the office and leads toward the master bedroom with expansive windows that face the morning sun. Beyond is a master bathroom whose windows glaze over to provide privacy and tranquility.

Project Team: Architect: Walton Architecture  + Engineering | Contractor: Crestwood Construction | Interiors/Furnishings: DKD Ltd. Interior Design

What We Love: This incredible mountain home was designed to feel completely open to nature with endless valley views. A series of indoor-outdoor living spaces provide this home’s inhabitants with plenty of space for family gathering and entertaining. There are so many unique details throughout this home, from the material palette to the stylish furnishings and fixtures. We would love to retreat to this mountain pad for the holidays!

Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design of this home? Would this be your idea of the perfect family getaway? Let us know why or why not in the Comments below!

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Above: Textured concrete walls course the home and blend with artistic windows and elegant floors. There’s a granite boulder protruding from the dining table and a room beside the kitchen with floor-to-ceiling windows and views of the Tom Fazio golf course.

Above: The goal to bring the outdoors in extends to ceilings designed to capture the natural light, a touch that brings a soft, consistent radiance to this home. An upstairs guest wing features two large bedrooms, each with stunning views. 

Above: The lower level features a sauna, a bedroom with patio, hot tub, fire pit and couches, and a media room with a widescreen television, kitchen, two game tables, and a deck that shares the hot tub and firepit. Off the media room are two bunk rooms, one with three full beds, three twins, three trundles, and one amazing view.

Above: Patios surround the home, many with covered dining alcoves, fire pits, gardens, a hot tub, and ample room to relax and relive the day.

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