Today’s Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- NEW: Aspens 2-bed, 1,100-square-foot condo built in 1978, remodeled in 2011, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $649,000.
- NEW: 3 Creek Ranch 4-bed, 4,482-square-foot home on .59 acres built in 2007, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $3.65 million.
- PENDING: Cottonwood Park 2-bed, 1,016-square-foot single-family home built in 1988 on .14 acres after 208 days on market, listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services for $565,000.
- PENDING: Streamside 2-bed, 1,090-square-foot townhouse built in 1995 after 20 days on market, listed by RE/MAX Obsidian Real Estate for $399,000.
- PRICE REDUCED: Aspens 1-bed, 780-square-foot condo built in 1976 after 92 days on market, now $6,000 off original price at $409,000, listed by RE/MAX Obsidian Real Estate for $399,000.
- PRICE REDUCED: Town of Jackson 2-bed, 1,181-square-foot townhouse built in 1993 after 74 days on market, was $699,000 now $675,000, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates.
- New York Times columnist David Brooks explores the emotional aspect of buying a home, which was interesting in context with separate recent news that millennials are not buying homes in as high numbers as their folks.
Jackson Hole and Wyoming links:
- Frequent Need to Know contributor Dina Mishev outdoes herself with her latest travel/adventure/sufferfest story, this one about walking Grand Canyon rim to rim (which she doesn’t actually do in this story, but was not necessary to inspire me).
- Rachel Walker talks in depth with Rob Katz, “the most powerful man in the ski industry” on 5280.com.
- Apoc-Eclipse (TM) 2017 is racing toward us, and Teton Valley is getting on board by hiring an eclipse coordinator at $38/hour. First job: making sure there enough porta-pottys.
- A refreshing “I went to Jackson Hole and it was awesome” travel story in the Roanake Times that focuses on the valley’s robust arts and entertainment scene instead of skiing and Corbet’s Couloir.
- Frederick Reimers interviews for SkiNet.com Doug Workman, the 39-year-old Jackson Hole resident that has risen from ski bum to one of the world’s most accomplished guides and most respected voices in snow safety.
- Some kids were just born to go big, like this 5-year-old that takes on the biggest jump in the terrain park, much to the chagrin of his dad.
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