Today’s Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- NEW: Eagle Village 3-bed, 1,642-square-foot condo built in 2002, listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services for $675,000.
- NEW: West Jackson 3-bed, 1,040-square-foot home on .13 acres with no garage built in 1978, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $675,000.
- NEW: Town of Jackson duplex with 1,900 total square feet on .13 acres, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $1.195 million.
- PENDING: Hidden Ranch 3-bed, 2,148-square-foot home built in 2015 on .31 acres after 12 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $1.395 million.
- PRICE INCREASE: Creekside Village 4-bed, 2,020-square-foot townhouse built in 1992 and remodeled in 2016 with 2-car garage, was $799,000 now $850,000 after 174 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty.
- CLOSED: Aspens Strawberry Building 2-bed, 1,138-square-foot condo built in 2010 after 237 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $749,000.
- CLOSED: Plaza Liquors and Eleanor’s Again, business opportunity only, after 325 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.295 million. Here’s a story on who bought it from who.
- How to avoid a renovation nightmare, from the New York Times.
Jackson Hole and Wyoming links:
- Kudos to Teton County for leading on the employee housing issue by taking responsibility for housing as many of its 400 employees as possible. By determining a particular employer’s “housing neutrality” score we can better understand its ability to mitigate its own employee housing needs, which will help the community maintain its goal of housing 65 percent of the people who work in Teton County. The bad news is, Teton County currently only has nine units dedicated to use by its employees.
- An Occupational Health and Safety report on the death of OARS West kayak guide Timothy Conant last summer will result in changes in the permitting process writes Angus Thuermer, whose story in WyoFile goes into great detail on the tragic events on Yellowstone Lake.
- Local artist Sue Cedarholm recently completed 365 watercolors in 365 days, with Mountain Journal telling the story in a Q&A format.
- Dr. Bob Smith Tests his new goggles in deep powder at Jackson Hole Wyoming in 1967. He is joined by Sam Southwick and Pepi Stiegler. The footage is from the film “The Last of the Ski Bums” by Dick Barrymore.
- Andrew Munz discusses renter’s rights and the Jackson Hole “housing crisis” in general from the perspective of both a native and a resident with insecure housing in his weekly Planet Jackson Hole column.
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