You can visit the world’s great cities and find bridges that frame some impressive scenes — San Francisco, Sydney, Florence, and London, for example. Then again, you can find yourself on the second level of this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bath home, traversing the walkway with views of Northstar’s Lookout Mountain to the left and a stunning layout of great room, kitchen, and dining room below. It’s a scene that never grows old. At one end of this crossing are two storybook bedrooms and a media room with three big screens and a private, north-facing deck. The other upstairs wing leads to an office and a junior suite with its own deck. That sense of space is felt the moment you enter this 4,500-square-foot home. Before you is a great room whose stone fireplace faces the roomy, yet intimate kitchen and a patio that wraps around to a covered/heated outdoor dining room. A short walk in the direction of that vista takes you to the Tennis Pavilion and Springs Park Pavilion. The inside dining room, on its own yet steps away from the kitchen and great room, features a wine vault fully displayed behind glass. The primary bedroom is accented by a fireplace, sitting window alcove, and a private patio. On the far side of this main floor is a separate bedroom with forest views.