An enchanted cabin, tucked in the cottonwoods along the fairway of Jackson Hole’s first golf course. Every aspect of this home exudes mountain-chic hospitality, from the sheepskin sitting area greeting guests on the front porch to the panoramic great room awaiting inside the front door. Concisely proportioned yet gracious in scale, this cabin feels as cozy as it does commodious. Picture windows ring the vaulted living space—a soaring expanse marked by a flagstone wood fireplace, barnwood beams, woolen seating and Teton vistas. Glass doors open onto a covetable patio, seemingly set at the foot of the mountains overlooking the stately grounds of Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis. Armchairs encircle a fire pit, and a gas grill encourages entertaining.
Back inside, the open kitchen features granite countertops, walnut cabinetry, a farmhouse sink, and stainless steel appliances. A trio of tooled metal-leather bar stools are posted up at a tall breakfast bar. A rustic dining table seats six in modern leather chairs within direct view of the mountains. A mudroom adds convenience with a washer/dryer, sink and storage.
A sweeping staircase—accented by industrial elements like exposed fasteners and metal balusters—leads to a separate sleeping quarters, featuring a queen sleigh bed, inviting linen sleeper-sofa and persimmon-colored accents. The furnished landing creates a stylish transition with two plush armchairs, a pair of velvet poufs and a built-in desk—all perched beneath a dramatic peaked roof.
Returning downstairs, the guest bedroom boasts a farmhouse queen bed with a plush duvet and studded leather bench at its foot. Mercury bedside lamps lend glamour to the elegant ensemble. The ensuite bath features a granite vanity and generous shower.
The master suite is anchored by a massive king bed with an upholstered headboard. A desk, built into the bay window, overlooks the spectacular landscape, as does the private deck. In the ensuite bathroom, pendant sconces dangle above decorative tile and the jetted tub boasts bountiful views. All told, the cabin comfortably sleeps 10.
Located between the eastern entrance of Grand Teton National Park and the commercial hub of downtown Jackson, the cabin sits at the crossroads of nature and culture. Though the residence does not confer club privileges, proximate amenities abound, including a public cross country ski track and a bike path leading to the park. The hamlet of Kelly thrives nearby, and the neighboring airport makes arrivals and departures a breeze. Whether fly fishing or horseback riding, mountain biking or backcountry skiing, the cabin allows you to choose your own adventure – with the help of TCCG’s Concierge team.