Unique Contemporary Elegance
Dramatically poised 800 ft. above the valley, this one-of-a-kind contemporary mountain residence is a dramatic interplay of imported Kota stone from India, concrete and glass. Completed in 2001, this 6,489 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 6 bath home is inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. Situated on 4 acres in one of Jackson Hole’s most exclusive enclaves, the three-tiered residence built into the hillside offers mountain panoramas of the Grand Teton Range. This well-appointed retreat has sophisticated details such as cedar ceilings; painted concrete floors, radiant in-floor heat; LiteTouch lighting; and interior décor by renowned French designer Christian Liaigre. The main level features a modern and inviting living area with a double-sided natural gas fireplace. The Bulthaup kitchen is equipped with a Viking range and double ovens, Sub-Zero refrigerator and two Miele dishwashers. Expansive windows throughout the house, coupled with sliding doors that lead out to the outdoor terraces, provide the opportunity to bring the outdoor setting in, while the extensive stone patio surrounding the home is ideal for entertaining. The master floor is currently comprised of a two-person office, bedroom, bathroom and a two-part dressing room with all built-in cedar closets. Three en suite guest bedrooms are located on the lower level. Additional amenities include an elevator, mudroom with heated ski boot lockers, laundry room, heated two car garage, generator and mechanical room.