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1000 E Middle Meadow Rd

Jackson, WY 83001
  • $35,000,000
  • STATUS: Active
  • ON SITE: 3 Days
  • MLS #: 22-1701
New On Site 3 Days Ago
UPDATED: 87 min ago
$35,000,000
  • 5
    BEDS
  • 233
    ACRES
  • 5
    BATHS
  • 1
    1/2 BATHS
  • 4,800
    SQFT
  • $7,292
    $/SQFT
Neighborhood:
Type:
Single-Family Home
Built:
2001
County:

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At the foot of the Tetons and bordering Grand Teton National Park, yet a short drive from James Beard-recognized restaurants, the 233-acre Jackson Hole Ranch is unlike any property on the market in Jackson Hole in the last two decades. The ranch's creeks, ponds, meadows, and 3/4 of a mile of the Snake River are a sanctuary for its human owners and more than 100 species of wildlife, including elk, bald eagles, moose, and Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout. Each spring, elk seek out the solitude offered by the ranch's wild lands to calve. The ranch's owners--stewards helping carry on the legacy of conservation in this remarkable ecosystem--can enjoy this solace, and the awesomeness of being in the shadow of the Tetons, year-round. Jackson Hole Ranch is a national park to call your home.A National Park to Call Your Own If the Snake River meandered one bend differently, the 233-acre Jackson Hole Ranch would be part of Grand Teton National Park. If a wildlife-minded couple hadn't spent the past several decades amassing this acreage and placing more than 96 percent of it under conservation easements, this ranch would be like any other in Jackson Hole. Instead, Jackson Hole Ranch has the same intact habitat, migrating and resident wildlife, and protected views as does Grand Teton National Park, its neighbor to the west. Unlike Grand Teton National Park, which almost four million people visit annually, Jackson Hole Ranch is a private paradisea place with mountain views in every direction and its own hiking and horseback riding trails, fishing, camping, wildlife watching, stargazing, cross country skiing, and snowshoeingwhere you can gather with family and friends and experience the soul of Jackson Hole. Here wildness and solitude are not mere impressions, but reality. But the cowboy cosmopolitan town of Jackson, where the sidewalks are wooden, the Town Square is adorned with arches made from elk antlers, and there are restaurants recognized by the James Beard Foundation, is only 12 miles away. Visible from the living room, the ski slopes of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are a 25-mile drive. Ten minutes after landing at Jackson Hole Airport, you can be pulling into Jackson Hole Ranch's driveway. Any property of this size in Jackson Hole is rare; Jackson Hole Ranch is a unicorn. Multiple Live Waterways and Ponds Jackson Hole Ranch stuns with its views of the snaggly, glaciated Teton Range, but its heart is the Snake River and three ponds that flow into it. The ranch includes mile of the river and even more frontage on channels. Between the main river and its side channels are wild islands, themselves cut by braids and spring creeks and alive with the sounds of rustling cottonwood and willow leaves and rushing water. Here you can fish for Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout, a species only found in a single 40-mile stretch of the Snake, but only if you don't get distracted by the views. "Here, the river is completely gorgeous, with uninhibited views of the Tetons," says Mike Janssen, a head guide with WorldCast Anglers for 28 years. It's also almost empty. "You're unlikely to run into anyone else," he says. "Drift boats will float down in the morning, but if you go later in the day it's just you and the elk. The benefit of the Jackson Hole Ranch area is that there's no public access. It's easy to find solace." When you can't make it down to the river, find solace in the private ponds and small creeks around the cabin and farmhouse and surrounding meadows. Ownership as Stewardship Jackson Hole is often called "the crucible of conservation." In 1912, it was in answer to the pleas of locals that the U.S. Congress protected 2,760 acres of wintering ground north of the Town of Jackson for elk. Philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. donated 33,000 acres of land to what we know as Grand Teton National Park. In 1954, in a log cabin only a few miles north of Jackson Hole Ranch, the basis for what would become the Wilderness Act was drafted. Jackson Hole Ranch provides an opportunity for you to join this legacy of stewardship and protect critical wildlife habitat for future generations. Deep Roots Between the 1920s and 1950s, visitors came to Jackson Hole from around the world for month-long stays at dude ranches like the Bar BC, the Four Lazy F, Turpin Meadow, and here, Jackson Hole Ranch. While the boundaries of today's Jackson Hole Ranch have changed since its dude days, the character of the landscape and neighborhood have not. Grand Teton National Park is still just across the Snake River. You can't get to the ranch without driving dirt roads. Neighbors are community-minded and respectful. The rhythm of days beat around the natural world. And the views are always better on a morning walk with a steaming cup of coffee, from the back of a horse, with a fly rod in hand, or sitting on the front porch or the bank of the Snake River marveling at a sunrise or the pink alpenglow of sunset. Spaces to Settle In To Jackson Hole Ranch's wild lands are what make it most special; its 4,800-square foot main house and a 2,070-square foot cabin were built in service to this landscape and the 1,800-square foot barn, built in the same style as the iconic Moulton Barn several miles to the north, exists to house the equipment and gear you want to explore and enjoy the property. The 5-bedroom, 6-bath main house, a rambling farmhouse built in 2001 using a local materials paletteriver rocks and logswas specifically sited so it didn't disrupt the foraging grounds of the ranch's resident herd of elk (spring, summer, and fall). The 4-bedroom, 2-bath cabin was built in 1982 (a 720-square-foot garage was added in 2015) and is exactly what you imagine when you think of a cabin in Jackson Hole: it's perched on the edge of a pond and faces the Tetons. A separate driveway provides privacy between the cabin and main house. Both houses have spaces with views of the Tetons, Sleeping Indian, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. M

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1000 E Middle Meadow Rd Jackson, WY 83001

  • Price: $35,000,000
  • Status: Active
  • On Site: 3 Days
  • Updated: 87 min ago
  • MLS #: 22-1701
5
Beds
5
Baths
1
½ Baths
233
Acres
4,800
SQFT
$7,292
$/SQFT
2001
Built
Neighborhood:
Jackson Hole Ranch
County:
Teton
Area:
07 - N Of Gros Ventre Jct
Property Description
At the foot of the Tetons and bordering Grand Teton National Park, yet a short drive from James Beard-recognized restaurants, the 233-acre Jackson Hole Ranch is unlike any property on the market in Jackson Hole in the last two decades. The ranch's creeks, ponds, meadows, and 3/4 of a mile of the Snake River are a sanctuary for its human owners and more than 100 species of wildlife, including elk, bald eagles, moose, and Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout. Each spring, elk seek out the solitude offered by the ranch's wild lands to calve. The ranch's owners--stewards helping carry on the legacy of conservation in this remarkable ecosystem--can enjoy this solace, and the awesomeness of being in the shadow of the Tetons, year-round. Jackson Hole Ranch is a national park to call your home.A National Park to Call Your Own If the Snake River meandered one bend differently, the 233-acre Jackson Hole Ranch would be part of Grand Teton National Park. If a wildlife-minded couple hadn't spent the past several decades amassing this acreage and placing more than 96 percent of it under conservation easements, this ranch would be like any other in Jackson Hole. Instead, Jackson Hole Ranch has the same intact habitat, migrating and resident wildlife, and protected views as does Grand Teton National Park, its neighbor to the west. Unlike Grand Teton National Park, which almost four million people visit annually, Jackson Hole Ranch is a private paradisea place with mountain views in every direction and its own hiking and horseback riding trails, fishing, camping, wildlife watching, stargazing, cross country skiing, and snowshoeingwhere you can gather with family and friends and experience the soul of Jackson Hole. Here wildness and solitude are not mere impressions, but reality. But the cowboy cosmopolitan town of Jackson, where the sidewalks are wooden, the Town Square is adorned with arches made from elk antlers, and there are restaurants recognized by the James Beard Foundation, is only 12 miles away. Visible from the living room, the ski slopes of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort are a 25-mile drive. Ten minutes after landing at Jackson Hole Airport, you can be pulling into Jackson Hole Ranch's driveway. Any property of this size in Jackson Hole is rare; Jackson Hole Ranch is a unicorn. Multiple Live Waterways and Ponds Jackson Hole Ranch stuns with its views of the snaggly, glaciated Teton Range, but its heart is the Snake River and three ponds that flow into it. The ranch includes mile of the river and even more frontage on channels. Between the main river and its side channels are wild islands, themselves cut by braids and spring creeks and alive with the sounds of rustling cottonwood and willow leaves and rushing water. Here you can fish for Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout, a species only found in a single 40-mile stretch of the Snake, but only if you don't get distracted by the views. "Here, the river is completely gorgeous, with uninhibited views of the Tetons," says Mike Janssen, a head guide with WorldCast Anglers for 28 years. It's also almost empty. "You're unlikely to run into anyone else," he says. "Drift boats will float down in the morning, but if you go later in the day it's just you and the elk. The benefit of the Jackson Hole Ranch area is that there's no public access. It's easy to find solace." When you can't make it down to the river, find solace in the private ponds and small creeks around the cabin and farmhouse and surrounding meadows. Ownership as Stewardship Jackson Hole is often called "the crucible of conservation." In 1912, it was in answer to the pleas of locals that the U.S. Congress protected 2,760 acres of wintering ground north of the Town of Jackson for elk. Philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. donated 33,000 acres of land to what we know as Grand Teton National Park. In 1954, in a log cabin only a few miles north of Jackson Hole Ranch, the basis for what would become the Wilderness Act was drafted. Jackson Hole Ranch provides an opportunity for you to join this legacy of stewardship and protect critical wildlife habitat for future generations. Deep Roots Between the 1920s and 1950s, visitors came to Jackson Hole from around the world for month-long stays at dude ranches like the Bar BC, the Four Lazy F, Turpin Meadow, and here, Jackson Hole Ranch. While the boundaries of today's Jackson Hole Ranch have changed since its dude days, the character of the landscape and neighborhood have not. Grand Teton National Park is still just across the Snake River. You can't get to the ranch without driving dirt roads. Neighbors are community-minded and respectful. The rhythm of days beat around the natural world. And the views are always better on a morning walk with a steaming cup of coffee, from the back of a horse, with a fly rod in hand, or sitting on the front porch or the bank of the Snake River marveling at a sunrise or the pink alpenglow of sunset. Spaces to Settle In To Jackson Hole Ranch's wild lands are what make it most special; its 4,800-square foot main house and a 2,070-square foot cabin were built in service to this landscape and the 1,800-square foot barn, built in the same style as the iconic Moulton Barn several miles to the north, exists to house the equipment and gear you want to explore and enjoy the property. The 5-bedroom, 6-bath main house, a rambling farmhouse built in 2001 using a local materials paletteriver rocks and logswas specifically sited so it didn't disrupt the foraging grounds of the ranch's resident herd of elk (spring, summer, and fall). The 4-bedroom, 2-bath cabin was built in 1982 (a 720-square-foot garage was added in 2015) and is exactly what you imagine when you think of a cabin in Jackson Hole: it's perched on the edge of a pond and faces the Tetons. A separate driveway provides privacy between the cabin and main house. Both houses have spaces with views of the Tetons, Sleeping Indian, and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. M
Exterior Features

Construction Stick Built On Site Driveway Gravel Exterior ComboLog SidingRiver Rock Exterior Trim Mixed Garage Type Attached Guest House Baths 2 Guest House Garage 2 Roof Shake Sq Ft Garage 896.00 Style Multilevel View Grand Teton ViewGros Ventre Mtn ViewMountain ViewScenicSleeping Indian ViewTeton ViewWater View

Interior Features

Appliances DishwasherDisposalDryerFreezerMicrowaveRangeRefrigeratorTrash CompactorWasher Basement Partial/Unfin Cooling None Fireplaces Pellet 1 Fireplaces Wood 1 Furnished Unfurnished Guest House Bedrooms 4 Heating Forced Air DuctsHydronic in-floor Interior Trim Mixed Master Bedroom Ground Floor Yes Special Rooms Bonus RoomMud RoomStorageWorkshop Sq Ft Finished Below Grade 0.00 Sq Ft Guest House 2070 Sq Ft Main 3488.00 Sq Ft Unfinished Below Grade 3008.00 Sq Ft Upper 1312.00

Property Features

Agent Is Owner No Amenities Barn/StableCableCathedral CeilingFencedFire SprinklerGarage Door OpenerGuest HouseHardwood FloorsHi-Speed InternetHorse Set-UpHot TubJetted TubLandscapedPatioPorchSecurity SystemSkylightSprinkler SystemStorage ShedWater FeatureWoodstove Annual Hoa Fee 795.00 Documents Misc Documents Fuel Type ComboElectricPropane Horses Allowed YN Yes Lifestyle Country LivingEquestrian/PoloFishingMountainOutdoor RecreationPets AllowedRanch/FarmRecreational Ranch Possession At Closing Propane Tank Owned Property Features Adjacent Pub LandCable To PropertyConservation EasementElectric To PropertyFencedFishingFlatForest AccessIrrigation DitchNo Cc&R'sNot in SubdivisionOn Gravel RoadPhone Connected To HomePhone To Lot LinePondRiver AccessRiver FrontageSeasnl Strm (Ditch)Snake River FrontageStreamTreesWooded LotYear Round Access Sewer Septic (Existing) Tax Year 2021 Taxes 51471.10 Water Well Zoning Rural


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