Today’s Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- NEW: Town of Jackson 3-bed, 1,620-square-foot townhouse built in 1980, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $595,000.
- NEW: Love Ridge 3-bed, 2,046-square-foot condo near Snow King built in 2003, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.55 million.
- NEW: Spring Creek Ranch 4-bed, 5,237-square-foot home on 1.57 acres built in 1995, listed by Peak Property Investments for $4.95 million.
- PENDING: Town of Jackson 3-bed, 2,125-square-foot home on .34 acres built in 2015 after 1 day on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.495 million.
- CLOSED: Eagle Village 2-bed, 1,323-square-foot condo built in 2002 after 148 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $575,000.
- CLOSED: Rafter J 3-bed, 2,052-square-foot home built in 1994 on .32 acres after 112 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $915,000.
Jackson Hole and Wyoming links:
- Jackson Hole artist Sue Cedarholm waxes poetic about skiing the backcountry and in particular Mount Glory, the subject of one of her most recent watercolors, in Mountain Journal.
- If it’s winter, Darrell Miller’s latest ski film must be on the screen while he is out making the next one. “White Wedding” is Miller’s 18th ski and snowboard film featuring the Tetons and its intrepid local skiers.
- Lori Crabtree joins Alli Noland’s Terra Public Relations, completing a 17-year Jackson Hole public relations loop.
- Corbet’s Couloir will be closed for the first annual Kings and Queens of Corbet’s contest, set for January 31 -February 4 atop Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.
- Doug Schnitzpahn shares a minor terror almost all parents have been through after losing his son on the mountain while skiing.
- Jackson Hole writer Rachel Walker tells the Denver Post that Jackson hole is among the five direct flights from there to ski resorts.
- Michelle Rooks and Joni Upsher received the 2018 Turley Onward Award, which honors Jackson Hole women who inspire other Jackson Hole women.
- Travis Rice, Jackson Hole native, gets huge props from snowboarder.com for his seminal role in the growth of snowboarding.
- Jackson Hole Public Art Founder Carrie Geraci has been named to the advisory council for the Public Art Network, a national honor, reports Buckrail.
- Are you a prepper? I often get inquiries about real estate from folks looking to ride out the next cataclysmic meteor strike, pestilence or zombie apocalypse. Great story in Planet Jackson Hole about some folks that are way ahead of you.
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