Now imagine living in a perfectly modern abode with clear views of both. Luckily for someone, that dream home is currently on the market for $12.9 million.
The 7,200-square-foot build looks like something straight from the pages of Architectural Digest—because it is.
The owners, who purchased the property and then built their custom abode in 2004, knew they had to contend with both the challenges of the harsh weather and the strict homeowners association rules. Hiring a local architect was the only option, so the owners brought in Ward Blake to make their mountainside dreams a reality.
The result is an ultramodern home made of wood, concrete, and glass—all of it coming together to form a spectacular structure that honors its surroundings and takes full advantage of the area views.
The floor plan includes five bedrooms and 6.5 baths, with maple accents throughout. Details of the interior include Viking appliances in the eat-in kitchen, a double-sided fireplace showcasing custom-hammered steel, and bonus rooms that could be used as a gym, office, or extra bedroom.
Eschewing the traditional western style, this contemporary design includes flat roofs covered in native sod, cement porches, and an abundance of floor-to-ceiling windows. Minimalist and sleek, the structure complements the natural beauty that surrounds it.
With multiple levels designed in a step-down approach, the home also makes superb use of the 7,000-foot altitude, with panoramic views from all the main living spaces.
And then there’s the water feature. Water flows around several perimeter spaces, including the patio off the master bedroom.
Tom Evans with Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.
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