An equestrian’s dream – wake up to endless horse pastures and fall asleep under starry skies at this exquisite family compound. The snow-capped Tetons provide contrast to the 12+ acres of tall green summer grass. The main house has 6 bedrooms, and the new guest house, which doubles as a stable with three stalls yet to be occupied, comfortably sleeps a family of four. Terraces, patios, and an outdoor fire pit and three-season room at the guest house make this a brilliant space for entertaining. Listen to the elk bugle in your backyard, or walk down the road to see the nature preserve where trumpeter swans nest. The buttes nearby are home to some of the most popular day hiking and biking trails, yet conveniently located a few miles from grocery stores and Jackson Hole’s famous town square.
The luxury farm house is surrounded by an amphitheater of butte’s, which burst into bloom with wildflowers in the summer. The hills offer a rare depth of view to the Grand Teton and Teewinot in the distance and create shelter for some of the most unique wetlands in America. To live amongst the precious flora, fauna and wildlife, is to dwell in a pristine mountain landscape. Whether you are sitting in the shade on the covered porch or watching the sunset from the back deck, the inspiration of the landscape is what makes this property so special.
Its 5,171 sq. ft. western interior, punctuated with log railings, has a modern layout with an open kitchen, dining and living space that open up to a deck with a trellis in the back. The kitchen has modern appliances, granite countertops, a breakfast nook with banquets, a built-in desk and plenty of cabinet space. A mudroom off the kitchen leads to a laundry room with counters, a sink and cabinets that doubles as a pantry.
The first floor master bedroom has a large bathroom with a dressing table between two vanities, his and her closets and a private deck. Upstairs, a second master suite has another walk-in closet and a bathroom with a claw foot tub. The hallway, which overlooks the living room, has a game nook for two chairs or a card table. A bathroom in the third en suite bedroom, with a window seat, opens up to the hallway so that the third bedroom can share it.
A 1,510 sq. ft. finished basement offers a bonus room for a home theater with two more spacious bedrooms and a full bathroom.
The 4,215sqft guest house has pull-through garage doors that open from the driveway to the pastures. The entrance is adjacent to the tack room. Finished concrete floors on the first floor lead to a spiral staircase and a darling 938 sq. ft. multipurpose auxiliary unit with an office space, full kitchen, dining, living and bedroom. The office has a built-in, lit-up hutch with barn doors. The living space leads to a large square terrace that has a trellis overlooking a flagstone patio, where a half moon shaped stone bench surrounds a firepit.
Downstairs, off the patio, is a unique three-season room with accordion floor to ceiling windows, a wood burning fireplace, a pizza oven and a pantry for entertaining that has a washer/dryer and a wet bar.
The barn/guesthouse is easily adaptable to all kinds of practical and festive occasions.