Dream House: Jackson Hole Mountain Retreat (21 Photos)

A Rocky Mountain retreat like no other, this slopeside masterpiece enjoys direct ski-in/ski-out access to the world-renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Designed by local architects Ellis Nunn and Associates, the rustic design complements the wooded setting of the 0.87-acre hillside property. The monumental log construction features oversized Douglas fir rounds and equally grand dry-stacked stonework inside and out.

While grand in scale, the home’s floor plan features intimate areas for family gatherings and entertaining. Steel, log and stone create a truly great room with a floor-to-ceiling, double-sided, Wyoming Moss Rock fireplace. Descend the intricate log and wrought-iron staircase to a game room with pool table, wet bar and gas fireplace. A home theater with a projection screen and surround sound provides another venue for relaxing after a strenuous day on the slopes.

An upstairs bunk room affords guests a private living room with another gas fireplace (one of six in the home), and a spacious bath with a double spray shower and a jetted spa tub. The well-appointed kitchen with its breakfast bar, lounging area and center island creates yet another place to visit with family and guests. An adjacent formal dining room leads to a private deck that peers through mature pines to valley floor below. Retire to the master suite with its own floor-to-ceiling fireplace and generous master bath with separate European shower and jetted soaking tub. Hydronic in-floor heat keeps the tumbled travertine floor warm in winter.

This legacy residence features nearly 7,500 sq.ft. of living space with 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The slopeside location is serviced via private, groomed skier easement that leads to a ski valet room with cubbies, racks and boot driers at the rear of the home.


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