While it has the vibe of a remote ranch, it’s actually part of a subdivision. Still, there’s plenty of space to avoid seeing your neighbors.
And there are no cattle to lasso here—the property is built for relaxation. Boasting scenic views, it comes with a huge main house and an annex apartment for staff or guests, as well as a separate guesthouse.
A buyer could build a barn for horses and add another 1,000-square-foot cabin to the property, notes Ian Osler, the listing agent with Sotheby’s International Realty.
Built in 2009, the luxury compound was last listed for $32.9 million in 2012 and has had only two owners. It was last sold in 2013 at auction for an undisclosed price.
Set on Riva Ridge, the acreage offers dramatic views of the Teton Mountain Range and is surrounded by a nature preserve.
“It’s the ultimate in privacy,” says Osler. “You can’t find a property of this size, with this kind of view, anywhere in Jackson.”
For the main house, Western-style decor co-exists with modern conveniences. The 13,721-square-foot dwelling has five bedrooms, six baths, and two half-baths.
In the living area, a double-sided fireplace separates the living and dining spaces, both of which feature massive windows to view the surrounding landscape. The main floor includes a two-story library and office, and a large kitchen with commercial-grade appliances, two islands, a pizza oven, and a breakfast bar.
The main-floor master suite includes floor-to-ceiling windows, a walk-in closet, and a bath with double vanities, steam shower, and a stand-alone marble tub. Upstairs, a two-bedroom suite adjoins a TV area and library.
The lower level holds the “indoor playground,” the listing notes. Here you’ll find a wet-dry sauna, gym, granite bar, game room, locker room, home theater, and wine room. The latter doubles as a tunnel to the elevator, which leads to the annex apartment and three-car garage.
There’s also an indoor pool that connects to the outdoors through a large glass door. Outside, the patio features a seating area, grill, and fireplace.
A separate, 4,000-square-foot log cabin offers four beds and 3.5 baths.
While seemingly remote, the property is just 10 minutes from downtown Jackson.
“It’s pretty centrally located,” Osler says. “You really are close to town. At the same time, you’re in your own world.”