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PRICE $10,975,000 dsIDX morgage calculator
HOME SIZE 3,110 sqft
LOT SIZE 8.00 ac

This 3,110 sqft modern, handcrafted log home is ensconced by mature landscape, a private pond, and a lush pasture with a creek running through it. Set on 8 acres of flat land, with sweeping views of the Tetons and postcard sunsets, it is ripe for a new guest house. The gray-washed logs were crafted using traditions and skills passed down through generations. Artfully laid out, the 3 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom squarely designed home balances privacy and flow. The 1,218 sq ft of south-facing deck is ideal for entertaining and relaxing by the pond. Outbuildings include a 3-car garage and a run-in barn with plenty of room for tack and hay. The serene neighborhood attracts wildlife, yet it is just a few miles from town, schools, and a bike path that goes all the way to Grand Teton National Park. Equestrian compound ensconced in nature A horse lover's paradise, this 8-acre compound is tucked into the pastoral Shootin' Iron Ranches neighborhood like a dream. The 3,110 square-foot modern log home lives simply and is surrounded by mature landscape, a private pond, and a spacious, heated 3-car garage. Behind the manicured lawns, a lush pasture with a creek running through it, brings an Andrew Wyeth painting to mind. There is something about the symmetry of the land and the house that is romantic, beginning with the serene feeling you get when you drive into the circular driveway. Towering aspen trees quake above. A terraced garden lines the wooden path between the garage and the house. Two rows of spruce trees on either side of the fence-lined property create shady spaces that buffer the boundary and create a Zen-like courtyard for lounging. The south-facing deck overlooking the pond inspires harmony in nature. In the back, a flat 4-acre of pasture lined with buck and rail fencing has sweeping views of the Tetons and postcard sunsets. The raw land on the ranch is ripe for the imagination, a fresh pallet from which to draw a guest house. A second driveway with access to the run-in barn, a dog kennel, and a storage shed could also create a private entrance. County regulations allow for 5,000 more square feet of living space on the property. The existing home is uniquely square and invites the inside out because it is linked by 1,218 square feet of Alaskan Cedar deck. A footpath from the deck leads you on a short nature walk around the private pond by way of an arched bridge. The deck winds around the oversized master bedroom, creating a perfect spot to unwind with a cocktail and watch horses play in the pasture under the pink sky. A dining terrace in the middle connects the primary bedroom to the media room, with the solarium in between. The solarium, one of the latest additions to the house, has a river rock floor that conducts the sun. It leads to an open living room/dining room centered on an iconic stone hearth open to all sides. Hand-peeled, log trusses draw the eye up and add a wonderfully warm texture to the interior. The gray-washed log, designed and built by Logcrafters in Pinedale, WY, was modern from the get-go. The "sandwiched walls" create exceptional energy efficiency with hearty three-sided logs and "butt and pass" corners on the outside, a framed plaster wall on the inside and insulation in between. Its artful layout balances privacy and creates an energetic flow. A spacious primary bedroom with glass doors leading out to the deck and an en-suite guest room take up one cube; another cube, separated by an archway, encompasses the light-filled living room/dining room with a wood-burning fireplace and galley kitchen with iron and glass features, granite countertops and Mexican tiled flooring; and a third cube offers privacy for a cozy media room and a third en-suite bedroom in the front of the house. Each of the three en-suite bathrooms have tiled showers and countertops. The recently renovated primary bath includes a soaking tub, tile, and glass shower. Shootin Iron is a relaxed and friendly neighborhood, home to a mix o

TRACT Shootin Iron Ranches YEAR BUILT 1990
COMMUNITY 09 - South of Jackson to Snake River Bridge COUNTY Teton
STATUS Active PROPERTY TYPE(S) Single Family

AIR Wall Unit(s)
AREA 09 - South of Jackson to Snake River Bridge
INTERIOR Cathedral Ceiling(s), High Speed Internet
LOT 8 acre(s)
LOT DESCRIPTION Landscaped, Level, Waterfront, Wooded
PARKING Garage Door Opener
SEWER Septic Tank
SUBDIVISION Shootin Iron Ranches
TAXES 19654.06
UTILITIES Cable Available, Phone Connected
VIEW DESCRIPTION Mountain(s), Water, Scenic


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