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A Home in Jackson Hole

Interested in buying a home in Jackson Hole? Latham Jenkins, realtor at Live Water Jackson Hole introduces the valley's various neighborhoods, all of which offer the best of the West.
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MORE THAN 97% OF TETON COUNTY’S 2.7 MILLION ACRES, WHICH INCLUDE JACKSON HOLE, ARE PERMANENTLY PRESERVED. This means that just 3% of the Jackson Hole valley is privately held. Of that, more than two-thirds is already developed or preserved through conservation easements.

Jackson Hole’s commitment to retaining the character, lifestyle and natural resources of its unparalleled and magnificently beautiful area has resulted in the creation of a highly desirable community that continues to attract full- and part-time residents from around the world.

Wyoming’s wealth-friendly tax status and Jackson Hole’s lifestyle benefits have created incredible demand and diversity in housing options. Recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and the U.S. Department of the Interior, Jackson Hole’s wilderness represents some of the most renowned natural beauty and ecological significance on the planet. The economic benefits our state’s residents enjoy are certainly rivaled only by the health and lifestyle benefits.

North of Jackson

North of Jackson

Price range: $750,000 to $20 million. The Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis Club blends the rugged West with the country club lifestyle and boasts a Robert Trent Jones II-designed golf course. As you continue north toward the airport, the area features subdivisions such as Solitude and Upper and Lower Cascade, which offer full views of the Teton Mountain Range. Many of these subdivisions are tucked off main roads and have Snake River access.

Town of Jackson

Jackson

Price range: $350,000 to $3 million. The town of Jackson was named in 1894 after Davey Jackson, a fur trapper who spent a winter in the early 1800s on Jackson Lake. Today, residents enjoy a vibrant cultural scene, anchored by the $35 million Jackson Hole Center for the Arts. In addition to the cultural benefits and convenience to retail shops and myriad restaurants, St. John’s Medical Center is located on the east side of Jackson and features a full array of medical services and facilities. Other perks of living in the town of Jackson include the accessibility to Jackson Hole Airport and national park entrances, as well as the rodeo grounds, plus museums and art galleries. Snow King Mountain — which offers both day and night skiing — is also located in town.  

West of Jackson

West of Jackson

Price range: $500,000 to $10 million. The areas on and around East and West Gros Ventre buttes sit between the town of Jackson and the Snake River and feature some of the most important protected landscapes in Jackson Hole. On the west side of West Gros Ventre Butte, Puzzleface Ranch and the Walton Ranch —both protected by conservation easements — offer dramatic landscapes and the true rural feel of the Mountain West.

South of Wilson

South of Wilson

Price range: $1 million to $30 million. Heading south down Fall Creek Road gives you a sense of the rugged, yet wondrous, Jackson Hole lifestyle. Homes are tucked into evergreen forests amid creeks and waterways with spectacular views of the mountains. To the west, the Indian Paintbrush subdivision climbs the hillside of the Snake River Range. The famed Crescent H Ranch, which includes the first-ever Orvis-endorsed fly fishing lodge, stretches from the valley floor to bench meadows and mountainside.

North of Wilson

North of Wilson (The West Bank)

Price range: $1 million to $20 million. This area refers to the west bank of the Snake River and stretches from Highway 22 to Teton Village and from the Snake River to the Teton Mountain Range. Local families, seasonal residents and recreationalists enjoy easy access to the restaurants, conveniences and lifestyle amenities offered by the West Bank. Neighborhoods like John Dodge and Tucker Ranch offer Snake River access as well as dramatic views of the Tetons.

Teton Village

Teton Village

Price range: $350,000 to $15 million. With a host of restaurants and shops, “The Village,” as locals refer to it, serves as a base for a range of recreational and lifestyle pursuits. The Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Aerial Tram signifies the center of Teton Village. From the base facility, the tram rises 4,139 vertical feet to the top of Rendezvous Bowl.  Summer or winter, it is an amazing vista and tourist destination. Additionally, those staying at the base of the mountain have only a mile to travel to reach Grand Teton National Park’s southernmost entrance. With the addition of the Shooting Star development, Teton Village now features a Tom Fazio-designed golf course. As the Village continues to grow, it has become more and more of a community unto itself, and not just an outlier to the West Bank and Jackson. Review Teton Village property for sale >

South of Jackson

South of Jackson

Price range: $500,000 to $3 million. The area known as South Park is the open expanse of land that spreads south from Jackson Hole High School and High School Road. South Park offers property that can feel separated from town, but is actually quite convenient to the bike path and town services. It features relatively affordable neighborhoods such as Rafter J and Melody Ranch, as well as the more high-end 3-Creek Ranch, the valley’s first completely private golf and fly fishing community, not to mention some of the last privately held ranch lands in Jackson Hole. Review homes for sales in south Jackson, WY