The meal, the laughter and the toasts have passed, but at the long, wooden table that looks like the centerpiece of a destination wedding – the candlelit table beneath the pines on a rise beside the 5th fairway – a grandfather is telling stories to his grandkids. Meantime, others gravitate to the patio, to fire pits and benches and eventually to the kitchen with its spacious counter and to the intimate breakfast nook that now doubles as a game room. Such is the way that evenings flow at this Martis Camp home that – while exuding all the sleek, modern lines of a gallery – puts an emphasis on welcoming. It welcomes the sun, it welcomes the forests and views, and it welcomes the comfort of gathering. There’s a great room with a panoramic, modern fireplace that, on its flip side, warms the office and leads toward the primary suite with massive windows that face the morning and a primary bath whose windows glaze over to provide privacy and peace. Patios surround the home, many with covered dining alcoves, fire pits, gardens, a hot tub, and ample room to relax and relive the day. 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. 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 6-bedroom, 6.5 bathroom home. The upstairs guest wing has two large bedrooms, each with stunning views. Downstairs features a sauna, a bedroom with patio, hot tub, firepit and couches, and a media room with wide screen tv, 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.