Dramatic Jackson Hole, Wyoming, offers a masterpiece of upscale “sanctuary” in western proportions. That means spacious. This property “offers extraordinary living amongst magnificent trees, overlooking an expansive pond with inspiring Teton views and meadows.” That’s just for starters.
A sanctuary masterpiece of comfort and luxury
For those who always wanted to have their own National Park lodge, this estate sanctuary near Jackson Hole “captivates with hand-hewn logs, copper-covered gables, locally sourced materials, glacial stone, and artful aesthetics.”
As noted by the Realtor, JamesEdition, the home is “warm and welcoming.” Visitors impressions begin with the “exquisite port-cochere” lit “by casually glamorous Moroccan lights that lead to the heart of the home.”
The estate is situated comfortably on 43.2 entirely private acres. Family and friends can gather to make lasting memories while they “dine, and daydream in almost 10,000 square feet” of living space. All for a mere $28,500,000 United States dollars.
The sanctuary property also offers a range of experiences providing “distant vistas and cozy corners that delight” occupants and guests alike.
The home is equipped with numerous wood-burning fireplaces and features a floor plan incorporating “soaring windows, impressive truss ceilings, and hydronic-heated floors.”
For added effect, “custom lighting illuminates hand-forged iron fixtures, sconces, and a spectacular antler chandelier that wows from the 27-foot great room ceiling.” Adding to the secure feel of wilderness sanctuary are an impressive pair of “boulder-clad fireplaces” which “warm the great room as you pour drinks and tell stories of the day’s adventures.”
Game nights in ‘the cave’
After a day of snowmobiling, fly-fishing, or world-class skiing, owners and their guests will appreciate the cozy sanctuary of “bright modern kitchen, professional grade appliances, soft close cabinetry, and a hidden pantry.”
That makes it easy to “create meals for celebrations.” Large ones. Game nights and movie screenings “are spell cast by pictograph-painted walls of river stone.”
The property bears the name “Jackson Hole Sanctuary” and the home was completed in 1993. The entire estate is comprised of “5 separately deeded lots, three of which border the National Forest.”
With 43.2 total acres available for use it’s “perfect for a family compound or conservation easement with picturesque with Aspen groves, Conifer Forest, and horse barn-worthy rolling pastures.”
Another well appreciated sanctuary feature is the Finnish sauna. Relax in the steam room “or share laughter with friends while cold-plunging, swimming, or canoeing in the pond.”
You can “linger to see the stars or enjoy a rustic overnight in one of two authentic homestead cabins, one of which is nestled alongside the sandy beach.”