Martis Camp Homes for Sale
This luxury community nestled at the base of Northstar's Lookout Mountain is the ultimate of mountain living. With a spa to rival those you might find in the Bay Area, several swimming pools, award-winning Tom Fazio Golf Course, tennis club, and more, you could literally enjoy your whole vacation right here. Read more ...
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Don't feel like fighting the crowds to go skiing? Just call the private van that will shuttle you straight to the base of Lookout Mountain, where Martis Camp members enjoy a private lodge with restaurant, bar & locker rooms. After a great day on the slopes, you can book a massage at the spa and follow up with a dip in the heated saline pool. The gated country club was created around the idea that members are entitled to a hassle-free vacation experience, and Martis Camp tops the charts in luxury, with a Nordstrom's approach to customer service.
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The Camp has been an amazing canvas for architects and builders eager to push the limits on Mountain Modern design. And in many ways, Martis Camp has been a leader in this trend going back as far as five years ago, when Sandbox Studios won the "Contemporary Home Award" from Tahoe Quarterly Magazine. As a former editor of the magazine, I had the opportunity to write about this elegantly spare home, a curiosity in 2012 that has become more of a template to copy in 2018. Click here for a link to full article
Commute with Surf Air
The growing popularity of Surf Air, a private commuter airline located just across the road at the Truckee Airport, has made it possible for several Martis Camp homeowners to make Truckee their primary home. The airline serves 11 locations throughout California, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Napa. With no waiting in line (they vet flyers in advance for security clearance), and no tickets (you pay one monthly fee), it's possible to get from Truckee to Palo Alto in less time than a typical commute might take from other Bay Area commuter hubs. (Not to mention their four new additions in Texas, including Dallas)