Coffee and croissants enjoyed in the comfort of a sunrise-facing nook in the corner of the kitchen made for a fine start to the day. A swim at the nearby Camp Lodge followed and the agenda calls for s’mores at the firepit and a trip to the hot tub beneath the stars. But for now, in that time between sundown and nightfall, the breakfast nook is morphing into the ideal setting for board games and the great room fireplace is starting to crackle. Meantime, a pair of armchair golf emcees with glasses of chardonnay and endless advice on back swings are burrowed into the comforts of the corner deck with elevated perches of the golf practice field just a chip shot away. Six months from now, they’ll contemplate the prognostications of the Farmer’s Almanac as a late autumn snowstorm settles into Lookout Mountain. Those stretches of fairways, traps and greens that turn into ideal snowman building canvases in the winter are just a whisper away. It’s the ideal place to master putts, chips, drives, and snow angels. That scene is upon you the moment you enter this home, front and center to the great room, kitchen and many of this 5,482-square-foot Martis Camp home’s bedrooms. A deck necklaces its way around this home, stretching from front door to dining room, great room, barbecue cove, and eventually to the master bedroom patio and hot tub. There’s a long granite counter in the kitchen that gazes off to the morning sun filtering through the pines and spilling onto the fairways. On this main floor is the master bedroom whose separate reading room features a stout rock fireplace and the hot tub just a outside the door. A stairway drops down to a cool, impressive wine cellar. One staircase leads up to large private living room and living quarters with kitchen, large bathroom, bedroom and views of the fairway, while another staircase leads to three bedrooms and a sunny bunkroom with loft and double beds.