Today’s Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- NEW: Ponderosa Village 2-bed, fully upgraded condo built in 1976 that won’t be in MLS until later this week, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $379,000.
- NEW: Rafter J 4-bed, 2,591-square-foot home on .22 acres built in 1989, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $995,000.
- NEW: East Jackson duplex with including 3 bedrooms, 1,334 square feet in two structures built in 1990, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.1 million.
- PENDING: Newly constructed Rafter J 3-bed, 1,456-square-foot home on .2 acres after 280 days on market, listed by Scott Shepherd Real Estate for $1.099 million.
- CLOSED: Meadowbrook/Town Creek 2-bed, 849-square-foot condo built in 1979 after 63 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $440,000.
- CLOSED: Clusters in Town of Jackson 2-bed, 1,036-square-foot townhouse built in 1976 after 55 days on market, CLOSED: Meadowbrook/Town Creek 2-bed, 849-square-foot for $530,000.
- CLOSED: Cache Creek Townhouse with 3 beds, 1,350 square feet built in 1976 after 54 days on market, listed by Engel & Volkers Jackson Hole for $589,000.
Jackson Hole and Wyoming links:
- If Tristan Greszko is filming, I’m watching. His latest “how the hell did he do that” video chronicles the record-setting speed climb of The Nose on El Cap in October by Brad Gobright and Jim Reynolds.
- It’s season edit season, and here is a fun, bouncy two minutes of Jackson Hole skiing from Veronica Belle Paulsen.
- Jackson Hole PR pro Mike Geraci asks if Patagonia is too easy to find, and thus less desirable. Go for the article, stay for the wide-ranging, high-level discussion on consumerism and business ethics in the comments.
- Does the 802 do it for you? Check out former Jackson Holer, current Vermont local yokel, Drew Simmons’ new podcast that gives you the sap straight from the tree.
- I found myself appearing in news reports about Jackson Hole, unfortunately, after an avalanche partially buried my truck while I was descending Teton Pass above Wilson, Wyoming. As (bad!) luck would have it, a photographer from the local paper was nearby and snapped a picture of me crawling out the passenger side. Later, the press started calling, including Powder Magazine’s Jack Foersterling. And Planet Jackson Hole.
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