Planted squarely between the great room and dining room of this 3,989-square-foot mountain modern Lahontan home is someone confronting a wonderful conundrum. Beyond the large windows of the great room is a grand view of Northstar California’s Lookout Mountain while on the flip side they face an equally appealing view of the 9th hole of Lahontan’s Tom Weiskopf designed golf course from the dining room and adjacent patio. It’s a beautiful dilemma. The bright kitchen with wine fridge, pantry, and a large counter island that draws gatherings, shares this fairway view as well. A glass breezeway flows from the living space to a primary suite with lovely views of Lookout Mountain from its private patio. This 4 bedroom, 4+2 half bathroom home’s far wing is spread over two levels, the lower with an office and bedroom and the upstairs arriving at a media room with sliding doors that open to a covered deck with views to the north. There are two additional bedrooms up here, each with its own amazing views.
Features of this new home include white oak cabinets, Taj Mahal crushed kitchen counters, and floors of European oak throughout, as well as carpeting in the upstairs bedrooms. The wine fridge, range and refrigerator are all Thermador quality while the expansive garage includes three stations for charging electric vehicles. As for those vistas and views that surround you, they’re made of all-natural components as well as being crafted by the hand of legendary golf course architect Tom Weiskopf –with an appreciation for the aesthetics that abound in this pocket of Lake Tahoe.