This rustic-modern mountain dwelling was designed by Walton Architecture in collaboration with Sarah Jones Design, located in the affluent private community of Martis Camp, in Truckee, California. This striking residence is comprised of 3,250 square feet of living space, with four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.
Above: The metal used on the siding of this mountain dwelling is hot rolled steel.
Above: An inviting entryway brings visitors up the stone steps to a charming green door that stands out nicely next to the rustic wood siding.
What We Love: This mountain dwelling is stunning, from the weathered wood siding on the exterior to the warmth of the wood brought into the interiors.
The open and spacious layout is perfect for entertaining guests and the indoor-outdoor connection pulls nature in. An amazing mountain property that is stylish yet livable… Readers, what are your thoughts, are you a fan of mountain homes?
Above: Exposed wood beams and earth tones sets the mood in this gorgeous open plan great room.
Above: The kitchen is a stunning display of rustic modern with wood ceiling beams and wood columns. The bar stool were soured from Arteriors Home. The pendant lights suspended above the wood countertop were sourced from John Pomp Studios. The backsplash consists of reclaimed bricks that were applied in a beautiful herringbone pattern. The bricks were sourced from Vintage Brick Salvage (style# -V-03).
Above: A detail of the live edge bar, adding a touch of rusticity to the space. Marble countertops and white cabinets infuses elegance into the kitchen.
Above: A comfortable built-in seating area in the family room is the perfect spot for family gatherings. A round ottoman has the flexibility to be moved around as needed. Built-in storage offers space to house games, books and other essentials. Extensive glazing brings in natural light and offers views of mature growth trees surrounding the site.