Jackson House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Den, 3.5 Baths, (Sleeps 10)
Storybook log cabin on beautifully treed one acre lot. Rustic neighborhood is surrounded by Bridger Teton National Forest. 4000 square feet: two master suites with en suite baths, plus a 'Bunk Room' that sleeps 6. Adjacent Rec. Room with TV. Bath with shower off bunk room; cowboy chic half bath on main floor. Sleeps 10 in total, using all beds. Beautifully furnished and appointed. All bedroom have generous drawer and closet space.Terrific open Great Room/Kitchen area with rock gas fireplace, vaulted ceiling and elk antler chandelier. Fully equipped kitchen with everything you will need to feed your gang: Stainless appliances, including refrigerator with ice and filtered water in the door, double wall ovens, microwave, dishwasher and five burner gas cook top; bar with stools.
Covered front porch with six Adirondack style chairs, covered and screened rear porch with spa, plus a large sunny deck on the west side. Soak up the atmosphere and nature of the wild west. Here is everything you need for a great family vacation! There are hiking trails into the forest; walk to and fish in the Buffalo Fork River and its adjacent meadow, where horses graze and elk, deer, river otter and osprey are frequently spotted. Walk to the world-famous Heart Six Guest Ranch and quaint Buffalo Valley Cafe. We are a five minute drive to the entrance of Grand Teton National Park, fabled Snake River and Jackson Lake. Don't miss the Jackson Lake Lodge or driving north to Yellowstone National Park for an excellent day trip. Only 35 miles to the historic cowboy town of Jackson and a myriad of activities, this is a very spacious home with large rooms. This is a FIRST CLASS property--a wonderful retreat from your real world busy life. You won't be disappointed in this property. Create your own vacation memories here.
Keywords: MAGICAL SETTING, INVITING, COMFORTABLE. LARGE, SPACIOUS ROOMS. THIS IS NOT A FUNKY CABIN. FIRST CLASS PROPERTY.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
I built the home myself starting in 1999 when I retired, and finished it in 2002. With great attention to detail, I feel that a superior quality home was the result. It has always been my dream to have a home near the Tetons and the fishing grounds I love. We (my wife and I), have spent many wonderful summer and fall months here. We hope you will love and enjoy our place as much as we do.
Dennis purchased this house in 2002
What makes this house unique
Getting up in the morning, turning on the gas fireplace to take the chill off (and add a little ambiance), preparing coffee and watching the morning news. Then I go outside and sit on the front porch, finishing my coffee and enjoying the quiet, drinking in nature and planning my day.