Great building site with views of Pole Creek, year round access, wonderful neighbors. Owner may carry loan.

One of a kind River Front Property directly on the west bank of the Teton River. Spectacular views of the Teton River, Teton and Bighole Mountain Range. Over 1,300 feet of River Frontage. Property is in a conservation easement with the opportunity to construct one 8,000 square foot main home and a 1,500 square foot […]

Stillwater Ranch- one of the nicest communities in Teton Valley that boasts a 4 peak ”world class” Teton View. This parcel enjoys a quiet location, irrigation water, low HOA dues and protective CCR’s. Just a few minutes west of Stateline road, heading to Grand Targhee is a breeze. And there is great access to the […]

Large building site that will check all ”your boxes”- huge Teton View, easy year round access, irrigation water rights, already fenced for your animals, small community of only 7 lots, quiet end of the cul de sac location, and very reasonable and common sense CCR’s. Guest homes, barns, detached garages/ shops, home businesses and short […]

Amazing building lot with views in every direction. This lot (9) and the one next to it (8) are both available. These lots are $1,000,000 each. Purchase them both to have a large 20 acre spread. Bring your animals and live the Wyoming dream with light CC&Rs. Call Jen with any questions or directions to […]

Amazing building lot with views in every direction. This lot (9) and the one next to it (8) are both available. These lots are $1,000,000 each. Purchase them both to have a large 20 acre spread. Bring your animals and live the Wyoming dream with light CC&Rs. Call Jen with any questions or directions to […]

Cutthroat Creek is located just six miles to the north and east of Driggs, Idaho. The development is bordered by South Leigh Creek, which contains one of the largest populations of Yellowstone cutthroat trout in the upper Teton River Basin and affords powerful and up-close views of the entire Teton Range. There are twenty-four individual […]

Before Jackson Hole was discovered and named, Beaver Dick Leigh (namesake for Leigh Lake north of Jackson Hole) was trapping in the Rockies when he met and married his first wife, Jenny, a Shoshone tribe member and the namesake for ”Jenny” Lake, also North of Jackson Hole. Mountain Man ”Beaver Dick”, and his wife Jenny, […]

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