Jackson House Rental Photos and Description
House, 4 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2 Baths, (Sleeps 10-12)
Walk to town square or National Forest. At this East Jackson home you will feel as though you are away from all the hustle of town. However, we are located minutes away from 25 different fine restaurants in town. We are located at the end of a 'no through traffic street' which has few cars and is quiet, peaceful and safe for children and families. As well, the shops, from furs, to jewelry, to Harley Davidson Motorcycles are walking distance. If you like adventure, walk to Snow King Resort for Skiing, Paragliding, Mountain Biking, and The Alpine Slide.
If you prefer quiet, head over to Cache Creek National Forest Wilderness Area, a great place for tranquility and quiet, hiking or mountain biking. This area is also dog friendly. Only a 15 minute walk.
The home itself is constructed from beautiful red cedar. It's a true mountain home, two stories, with stunning views of the Snow King Ski Resort and the Gros Ventre mountains of the Bridger Teton National Forest. We face south to capture the most day light possible. The great room has cathedral ceilings and towering windows to experience the beauty of Jackson Hole.
The lofted master bedroom features a comfy king size bed and ample closet space. The 3 remaining bedrooms are of good size; two have queen beds, and the third has a double bed plus a bunk bed ( two twins ). This East Jackson neighborhood is quietly nestled against open space with grazing horses. Come enjoy the solitude and clean air but still be close to all the action of Jackson. We've even had moose and elk wander through the yard.
Grand Teton Park is a mere 6 mile drive, Yellowstone is 80 miles and Jackson Hole airport lies 10 minutes from this beautiful place. The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort or Teton Village is a 20 minute drive. Snow King or the town hill is a great value, a perfect for families resort. If you've heard about the Elk refuge its also minutes away full of thousands of Elk in the winter.
Time and money spent on a vacation with family and firends brings you more rewards than buying things. If you have to make a choice, go for the vacation!
Let the mountains lift your spirit, let the wildlife inspire awe. Come home to our relaxing house at the end of the day and enjoy large private space to connect with family and friends. Use our kitchen to cook family meals together and save money while having fun. Take advantage of off- street parking in our garage and driveway. We invite you to enjoy our house during your visit to Jackson Hole.
Keywords: house, retreat, downtown, relaxing, jackson hole, resort, fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking, outdoors
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
I moved to Jackson 10 years ago to catch some big mountain skiing and to get out of the hustle and bustle of the city. It was a tough choice to move to Jackson Hole or to Salt lake City for ski life. I chose Jackson because the mountain is much bigger and the town is much quieter and cleaner and of course the National Parks are so close. Turns out I made the right choice. Jackson is a great place with people from everywhere on the planet, from Tibet, to Ecuador, to Thailand, to the Czek Republic. Most of the folks that live in town chose to be there. No one is stuck in Jackson. The towns people all enjoy life so much its makes the community truly blessed. Most people are in great shape and have such a love for the outdoors, it's contagious. I had no idea that I would stay in Jackson for so long. I guess this is a typical story of falling in love with the mountains and feel of Jackson Hole.
Jonathan purchased this house in 2003
Why Jonathan chose Jackson
My family bought this home as a place to retire and enjoy life in the Tetons. The quiet east side of Jackson is known as the hip side. Many homes have been renovated or replaced with new designs that still compliment the western feel. You can't beat this area!
What makes this house unique
The convenience is key here. Walk to skiing, shop, fine dining, the elk refuge and the National Forest. Where else can you do all this?