Some prefer mornings with a cup of coffee in hand, Lookout Mountain beyond and sunrise five minutes further. Here, there’s a patio for that. Others favor the afternoons and evenings, manning the barbecue and holding court with those who’ve returned from the slopes and discovered the hot tub. There’s a patio for that kind as well. What makes both settings even more impressive is that each patio is connected to the home by Weiland doors that slide out of sight, revealing a seamless connection between the great outdoors of this rare 3.3 acre setting in Martis Camp and the impressive indoors. That sense of modern elegance is on display front and center where a glass fireplace separates the dining room from the great room. Light from the south and west cast a glow that lasts all day, gradually shifting to that side of the home with a bedroom downstairs and, upstairs, a bedroom with its own deck and views of Lookout Mountain, a media room with access to that same deck, and a bunkroom that sleeps six. Back on the main floor is a kitchen with pantry and a large, inviting counter facing the great room. The dining room is anchored by the stunning fireplace and accentuated by an impressive wine cooler. The primary wing down the hall can be closed off for privacy. Beyond those doors is an office, a bath with views of the forest and Lookout, and a bedroom with fireplace and soothing forest vistas. Never far away are the Park Pavilion and soccer fields. Closer yet, maybe five seconds one way and five seconds the other, are those alluring patios that make for a warm cup of morning conversation or an evening of friends, family good times and great memories. Or, better yet, both.