An Unconventional New Home

(Photo: Audrey Hall)

Mountain Living

September/October 2016

Homeowners who love the beauty of Jackson Hole without the bustle sometimes gravitate to the more remote western side of the valley: although it seems like a rural world away, it’s less than half an hour from town and the Jackson Mountain Ski Resort. That’s where, in the late 1990s, one couple bought a cabin on several sloping acres in the Teton Range foothills and then, a decade later, replaced that deteriorated, cramped space with a new, more spacious home to serve as a personal retreat where they could also welcome family and friends. The homeowners were clear that their new residence should avoid appearing too grand for the site or to in any way resemble new construction.

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