Today’s Jackson Hole real estate activity:
- NEW: Aspens 1-bed, 780-square-foot condo built in 1974, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $494,000.
- NEW: Spring Creek Ranch 2-bed, 1,279-square-foot townhouse built in 1986, listed by Berkshire Hathaway Home Services for $749,000.
- PENDING: Miller Park Loft 1-bed, 362-square-foot condo built in 2012 after 120 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $475,000.
- PENDING: East Jackson 3-bed, 2,789-square-foot home built in 1975 after 151 days on market, listed by Prugh Real Estate for $995,000.
- PENDING: Rafter J 4-bed, 2,773-square-foot home on .28 acres after 124 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates for $1.395 million.
- PRICE REDUCED: Teton Village Teewinot 3-bed, 1,539-square-foot condo built in 1981 after 97 days on market, listed by Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.095 million after being reduced by $200,000.
Jackson Hole news and newsmakers:
- Stio, the mountain lifestyle clothing brand based in Jackson Hole, is named one of the best places to work in the outdoor industry by Outside Magazine. Congrats Steve (Stio) Sullivan.
- Wondering what the deal is with Teton Village’s newest construction, Caldera House, which you’ve been watching rise for years while waiting for the Aerial Tram? Check out this article in Forbes Magazine.
- Marc Peruzzi is the most insightful, funniest ski writer going these days, so you should read the 11 things he wants to tell his younger self about finding your way around the mountain, and life.
- Talk about putting your money where your mouth is … Wilson multi-billionaire Hansjorg Wyss has committed $1 billion to conserving public lands and ocean quality. Bravo.
- Tim Young took the long way “around the block” to take a picture of the Teton Range from an uncommon vantage point, scoring the BikeRumor.com “Picture of the Day” in late October.
- One of the world’s best surfers, Ian Walsh, also likes to surf powder, earning him a sponsorship from Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. See you in the lift lines, Walshy.
- Not your father’s Yellowstone is what my son will get, according to this NY Times story on how rapidly climate change will dramatically alter one of the world’s last intact ecosystems.
- Writer/publisher Todd Wilkinson looks to Colorado for direction on what happens when those living in affordable housing retire.
- Kai Jones, 12, getting yet another glowing review on his role in the latest Teton Gravity Research movie. Wasn’t the first, certainly will not be the last headline for this up-and-coming ripper. Read this story on his “vote for snow” message echoing concern for climate changes that threaten the future of skiing in North America.
- Rush Jenkins of WRJ Design has been tapped to design a prestigious Jean Schlumberger jewelry exhibition in Florida running for four months beginning in December.
- It’s been seven years since the heart attack that took Howie Henderson, one of the founders of the Jackson Hole Air Force, but the memories remain raw for his daughter Garnet.
- TransWorld Snowboarding video feature on mountain photographer extraordinaire Chris Figenshau, “the guy who is always there but you never see,” according to Todd Jones of TGR. You may know Chris better as the one and only producer of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s “Photo of the Day” since its inception 20 years ago.
- “Ducky goes up” chronicles the first climber with Down’s Syndrome to climb the Grand Teton, guided in 2017 by his sister Amy Hammer and brother-in-law Max Hammer.
- JHMR sponsored skier Forrest Jillson doesn’t drink anymore, and he, and the sport of freeskiing, is much, much better for it.
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