This isn’t for everyone but some potential buyers are going to fall in love with this design theme. Blending the modernist Mid-Century design into mountain design is becoming very popular. Similar design is being used extensively in the high-end resort community in North Lake Tahoe at Martis Camp. Photos of those massive new homes are filling the architectural magazines. But this home is in Mammoth and just a couple of blocks uphill from the Village in the Mammoth Slopes neighborhood. This is a very efficient 4 Bedroom + loft / 4 Baths home all in 2,540 square feet. It has an 847 square foot garage. Included in the bedroom configuration is a separate quarters or more commonly referred to as a “caretakers unit.” It is like a separate master suite with additional privacy. But the home is one of the most interesting and “fun” I’ve ever seen in Mammoth. The main bar top in the great room is an antique airplane wing. The floors are all reclaimed barn board with tons of character. From there it is an amazing eclectic mix of modernist design, fabricated industrial metal, antiques of all sorts, more reclaimed wood and doors, and interesting things at every turn. It is truly a one-of-a-kind. The master suite has a gas fireplace and a lovely sitting area. The master bath has wonderful tub and steam shower. There are two bedrooms and two baths on the main level. The private backyard has a nice picnic bench and self contained spa. This is a quality built home, built by one of Mammoth’s oldest and finest builders. The finishing touches border on outrageous. Besides the overall wonderful aesthetic, it is has tons of utility, function and flexibility. It is built to withstand the heavy usage of mountain living. This really is a must see home! Listed at $1,338,000.