This recently updated, 2-story, 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom townhouse has a gated front porch and a bungalow-style curb appeal in a highly desirable development. The mixed-use neighborhood is a block from a community garden and a popular cross country ski track to the east and a creek which runs through Mike Yokel Park to the west. Mature landscaping provides privacy but does not shroud the living space from light. A welcoming entryway off the front porch invites you into a bright kitchen/dining/living area with wooden floors throughout and a gas fireplace. Renovations include new light fixtures, blinds, shelving and a fresh coat of paint on the walls and kitchen cabinets. Cross ventilation and light fills the rest of the home from the first floor master bedroom to the two bedrooms downstairs.
The first floor master, off a mudroom, has a walk-in closet and shower. Downstairs there are tubs in the bathrooms off two en-suite bedrooms and a side-by-side washer and dryer at the bottom of the stairs. A powder room off the kitchen allows for another level of privacy in the bedrooms.
West facing windows in the kitchen and dining space create a pleasant evening environment for entertaining. The previous owners also installed a wine cooler underneath the high counter that separates the kitchen from the dining room. On the porch, there is room for a grill and a table with chairs to dine al fresco under the sunset.
Storage space is plentiful inside and out with a closet underneath the stairwell and two Harry Potter-like storage spaces under the outdoor steps in the front and back.
Dual access from the Hall Street cul-de-sac in front and the private alley in back where there are two designated parking spaces make coming and going inconspicuous and efficient. And nearby bus stops allow for another hassle free mode of transportation to town and to Teton Village.
The modern neighborhood is dog, bike and pedestrian friendly. It has recently been outfitted with sidewalks and bike pathways for its active residents who frequent the Cache Creek trailhead and Snow King ski resort, which hosts a farmer’s market and free concerts in the summer and some of the steepest ski slopes in North America less than a mile away.