From the majestic mountains of Teton Village to the quiet valleys of Eastern Idaho, our team is dedicated to guiding you through these remarkable neighborhoods that blend rustic Western heritage with modern sophistication.
Considered the heart of Jackson Hole, the Town of Jackson is a vibrant place to live. With a plethora of restaurants, art galleries, theaters, outdoor markets and nightlife, there is something for everyone’s interest. Here you will find all types of real estate from historic single-family homes on town lots, to modern condominiums and townhomes as well as interesting commercial opportunities.
Directly at the base of the Teton Mountain Range, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is tucked in the area known as Teton Village. Residences here have the closest proximity to skiing, with many offering ski-in and ski-out convenience. Located in the resort district, there are a number of old and newer single-family homes as well as condominiums and townhomes. There are also condo-hotel and fractional options as well as re-development opportunities.
This area includes the little mountain town of Wilson, located at the base of Teton Pass and on the west side of the Snake River. In-town living in Wilson is primarily single-family homes on town lots. Larger estates dot the areas both north and south of Wilson, some with creek or river access and nearly all with incredible views. Although Wilson has its own “downtown” the town of Jackson is just a few miles away.
Teton Valley is a beautiful area located in eastern Idaho. It is surrounded by towering mountains, including the Teton Range, and is home to the Teton River. The valley is known for its stunning natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities, including skiing, hiking, fishing, and more. The town of Driggs is the largest in the valley and is a hub for local businesses and services. Teton Valley offers a peaceful escape from city life, with a strong sense of community and a connection to nature.
Star Valley is a beautiful valley located in western Wyoming, known for its stunning mountain views and outdoor recreational opportunities. The area is dotted with small towns and communities, each with their own unique charm and character. Visitors can enjoy hiking, fishing, camping, and skiing, as well as exploring local museums and historical sites. The valley is also home to a variety of wildlife, including elk, moose, and deer, making it a popular destination for nature enthusiasts.