Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- NEW: Cottonwood Park 2-bed, 910-square-foot townhouse with 1-car garage built in 1989, list $499,000.
- NEW: Gros Ventre North 5-bed, 5,565-square-foot home on 10 acres with 2-bed guesthouse built in 2000, list $4.85 million.
- PENDING: Wilson home off Fish Creek Road with 4 beds, 2,758 square feet on a little more than a half acre after 102 days on market, list $1.85 million.
- CLOSED: Town of Jackson 1.23-acre building site on Snow King Mountain after 201 days on market, list $650,000.
- PRICE INCREASE: Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis 4-bed, 3,925-square-foot home built in 2005 on 1.14 acres after 643 days on market, was $2.25 million now $2.55 million.
Jackson Hole and Wyoming links:
- Powder’s Matt Hansen says enjoy the huge dump that just dropped 15 inches on Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, but remember “to check our speed, be patient and make good decisions.”
- “How not to die” is the theme of this timely, well-written and researched article by Rachel Reich focused on avalanche risk mitigation, but its discussion is much more wide-ranging and philosophical.
- Happy 74th birthday, Bill Briggs! Don’t know who Mr. Briggs is? Enjoy this article from 2014 on the ski mountaineering pioneer who was the first to ski the Grand Teton in 1971.
- The Guardian gives us a hilarious, poignant look at 100 years of ski wear (and ski culture).
- Exodus, movement of jah people! Wyoming is experiencing negative net population growth in recent years. Not so much in Jackson Hole, however.
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