May 16, 2018
Layout: 4 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms
Living space: 5-28 sq ft
Rate: $25,960.00 us + 8% tax & 4% service fee per week
Security deposit: $5192.00
Description: Granite Ridge Lodge 1 is a handsome, three-story home perched at the base of Rendezvous Mountain in Teton Village. A little rocky stream tumbles down the mountainside, curving around the house on its way to join the Snake River; its musical sound rings through when the windows are open.The living and dining areas share a big, open, sunny space on the middle level. A wood-burning stone fireplace sends light dancing round the room – and it is magical to sit in the living room’s deep armchairs while snow sifts down outside the big windows, warming one’s feet by the fire with a glass of wine and a good companion. A wet bar stands to one side of the hearth, and a flat screen TV is tucked in a media cabinet on the other.Granite Ridge Lodge 1 has a big, airy master bedroom on the top floor. A beamed wood ceiling rises over a king size bed and substantial stone fireplace. A television and a DVD player are hidden in the armoire. A door opens to a private deck where two Adirondack twig chairs look out to the ski mountain. There is a huge walk-in closet and a roomy private bath with double sinks, a soaking tub, and separate, glass-walled shower.Near the master bedroom, there is a large, comfy, wood-floored sitting room, with long leather couches surrounding a circular cowhide ottoman. One sofa can be pulled out to a full-size bed; a flat screen TV hangs on the wall. Just off the sitting area there is a charming, carpeted bedroom with matching twin beds covered in crimson lumberjack plaid; and an en suite bath. French doors open to a private porch. Heavy drapes may be pulled for privacy and light control.A guest bedroom which shares the middle level with the living areas, is a sumptuous space, with a king size bed flanked by matching side tables and reading lamps, an upholstered slipper chair, and massive windows on two sides with views up to the mountaintops. In the private bathroom, double sinks stand next to a soaking tub and a separate shower. The bedroom has a big walk-in closet as well.
On Granite Ridge Lodge 1 lower level, a cozy TV and game room is the spot for poker night, reading, movies, or just taking a nap. Adjacent to the game room there is a wonderful bunkroom, with two rustic, peeled wood bunk beds – one with a double bed on the bottom for an older child, or anyone who needs extra sleeping space. Each bunk bed has its own wall-mounted light and piles of pillows for reading in bed. The bunkroom has its own bathroom, with a tub/shower combination.The two-car garage has a dedicated “ski corner” with lots of gear storage, a rack for skis and a ski boot warmer – invaluable on icy mornings. There are three furnished outdoor spaces, the largest being the stone patio at the back of the house. Here a gas grill and a teak dining table with eight chairs call for celebratory dinners under the stars. The big, jetted hot tub can fit six tired but happy skiers at the end of a long day on the slopes.
Bordered by Grand Teton National Park, Granite Ridge Lodge 1 is also an alpine paradise in summer and features central air, ensuring a comfortable stay. There is no end of things to do in any season – shopping, tram rides, horseback riding, ski school, hang gliding – and when evening comes, the Village offers casual nightlife, excellent restaurants and even espresso stands. Granite Ridge Lodge 1 is the perfect jumping off spot for all these adventures.
Living space: 5000 sq ft
Rate: $35,000 us incl taxes + 5% service charge for July 25th – August 4th
Description:This luxury ‘cabin in the woods’ offers guests all of the creature comforts of home. With over 5000 sq ft, this home is within walking distance from the restaurants and lifts located in the village core. For skiers with expert skills, this home can provide ‘ski-in’ access. Moose Trails boasts a large private yard, hot tub and deck, with outdoor grilling area. The expansive views from both the living/dining room, as well as outdoor spaces, will leave guests in awe. The expansive family room offers an opportunity to relax after a long day on the trailsor slopes. The large stone fireplace provides the perfect centerpiece. The main home sleeps 14 , with the guest house accommodating another 2-4 guests. There is a master bedroom on the main floor. Five bedrooms are located on the bottom floor, including a separate laundry room.
The owners have recently renovated the home, creating a gourmet kitchen with large breakfast bar. This kitchen includes everything a chef would need to prepare an ‘out of this world’ meal. There is a large kitchen island, with additional seating for 4. The custom dining table accommodates 12 guests, as well as additional seating for 4 at the kitchen bar. There guest home, which is detached from the home, has a one bedroom and loft set up. This home has a pool table, foosball table and plenty of space for each guest to find some peace and quiet, or to challenge each other in competitive play.
Layout: 4 bedroom & 4 bathrooms – sleeps 10 persons
Living space: 4149 sq ft
Rate: $36,850.00 us per week + 8% tax & 4% service fee
Security deposit: $7,370.00
Description:A row of cowboy hats hanging from exposed reclaimed beams and a leather-upholstered bench made from elk antlers greet you in the entry of Four Pines 9. The design and décor of this four-bedroom, reverse-living home in the Shooting Star community leave no doubt that you’re in Wyoming. (If the elk antlers and cowboy hats aren’t big enough clues, maybe spotting a moose wandering along the stream that runs through the back yard will be. And yes, moose really have been spotted from here.)The first floor of this house is dedicated to bedrooms, all of which have their own bathrooms. There are three of them, including a bunkroom with four beds (all with Woolrich Hudson’s Bay wool blankets), and another bedroom with twin beds. The western-most bedroom, which is a short snowball’s throw from the stream, moose sometimes wander along, is the junior master, with a queen-size bed and windows facing the stream and southern Tetons. Also on the first floor is the laundry room, mud room, entrance to the garage, and easy access to the stone patio and hot tub.As cozy and comfortable as the first-floor bedrooms are, the heart of this home is upstairs. Over the last five years, reverse living homes—where the master suite and main living areas are upstairs and guest rooms and accessory rooms on the ground level—have become popular in Jackson Hole. In such a stunning landscape, homeowners want to maximize views.And the views from Four Pines 9’s second floor do steal the show. Eventually you’ll notice the high ceilings, vintage Native American prints on the walls, and the contemporary Native American rugs underfoot, but your first few days here will be all about admiring what’s outside the windows. The kitchen/dining/living room area has west-, north-, and south-facing windows and it seems each aspect is more gorgeous than the last. A window over the kitchen sink frames Teton Pass (south). The western windows are the largest and face the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. (They also allow for spectacular sunset views.) See the Teton Range stretching into the distance through the north windows. Better than these windows though, is a large north-facing deck. With such a setting to BBQ—there’s a gas grill out there—it’s possible you might never use the Wolf oven and range in the professional-grade kitchen inside.The master suite is at the north end of the second floor and its feel is in tune with the rest of the house: understated Western. A gas-burning fireplace with a rock surround sits at the foot of a king-size bed with an updated, more delicate version of the classic log bedframe.Shooting Star is home to Jackson Hole’s most in-demand addresses. Four Pines is within walking distance of the shopping and dining in the base area of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort and just a few miles from the entrance of Grand Teton National Park. A complimentary ski shuttle to the slopes is available during ski season. A bike pathway connects Shooting Star to the towns of Wilson and Jackson.