Placed evenly between a game of bocce at the Creekside Park across the way and a trail in the forest is a stunningly modern fireplace of stone and metal that serves as a cozy basecamp for those pondering what to make of their day. Twenty steps away is a hot tub calling to those in search of a soothing conclusion to a day of adrenaline. Placed neatly against the pristine forest, this 4,713 square-foot, 6-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom Martis Camp home is an expression of modern architecture and timeless comfort. Beyond the front door, there’s a stunning 30-bottle, glassed-in wine cellar at the foot of the stairs. Stage right is that great room with the soaring fireplace, along with a dining room that opens to a deck with alluring firepit and sunset vistas. Further on are two bedrooms, one with access to the hot tub and the other serving nicely as a guest suite. The other wing downstairs includes a kitchen with panoramic views, an expansive Ceasarstone counter with seating for six, and a spacious cove that includes a small desk area, breakfast/board game nook, and room to pull up a couch and settle into a movie. The stairs that ascend toward the ceiling of the beautifully beamed great room arrive at a landing whose walkway overlooks the downstairs living space. This airy skyway leads to the primary suite with a large tub and extra-large views from the deck overlooking Creekside Park. Turn right at the landing and there’s a media room as well as two bedrooms, one with a deck gazing into the nearby forest and toward that appealing grassy park with the bocce court, climbing structure, and barbecue pavilion.