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  • This condo offers bedding for 6: 1)king, 2) queen, & queen sofa bed in living rm. Wood stove, washer & dryer in unit, all new furnishings spring 2015, nice tv's, great ski access via moose creek, 916 sq.

    Amenities include Balcony/Patio, BBQ/Grill, Fireplace, Washer/Dryer, HD TV/DVD, Sundance Access, WiFi, Good Ski Access.

    Bed Configuration: Bedroom 1: King | Bedroom 2: Queen | Living Room: Queen Sleeper Sofa.

    Square Footage: 916 Square Feet.

    Loved it! It was perfect for the group we had. Everyone had a spot and we could walk everywhere in town. They need to allow another parking spot and better hot tub hours but in all very nice spot.

  • Modern accents make this renovated condo a stylish choice for families or couples.

    The foyer features zig-zag tiles on the floor and hooks on the wall. The adjoining great room beckons with its fresh furnishings and hardwood flooring, all beneath a post-and-beam ceiling. Six sleek elephant-grey chairs surround the wood-and-metal dining table.

    The living area includes two sofas, a plush armchair, a TV and well-stocked bookshelf. A bevy of art lines the walls, from woven pieces to Teton art and wildlife sketches. Sculptural light fixtures add style throughout the condo, including the orb hanging above the dining table. The adjoining kitchen boasts concrete countertops, cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. A sliding glass door opens onto a private deck. The first bedroom offers two twin beds with bright striped bedding flanked by modern metal sconces. A mirror, closet and chest of drawers with a TV add convenience to the room, and the ensuite bathroom includes a washer/dryer. The master bedroom boasts a queen bed, topped too by striped bedding and joined by mid-century bedside tables and a wall mount TV. An armoire adds more storage. The ensuite bathroom adopts an earthen tile palette.

    This is a comfortable lodge, and has all the amenities as advertised. It does not have to try hard because the location is gorgeous, but you will enjoy the lodge as a cosy little home away from home. The place is stuck in the 1990s, but it doesnt really matter as it is a vacation place. Not thrilled with the beds, etc., but still would give it an excellent.

  • Perched on the third floor, this renovated condo pairs valley views with modern amenities.

    The front door opens onto a slate entry outfitted with a wooden coat rack. The great room lies just beyond. An oval dining table seats six beneath a wrought iron chandelier. The living area features ample, plush seating: two matching armchairs and two commodious couches (one is a pullout). Brick lines the cove surrounding the woodstove. Area rugs are artfully placed atop the carpeting, and decorative lamps accent the room. Weathered wood trim frames the space.

    The adjoining gourmet kitchen features hunter green marble tile for countertops, rustic wood cabinets, and a stainless steel double basin sink. This palette carries over into the bathroom. Green marble tiles line the countertop, weathered wood trims the room and wood cabinets offer storage.

    The bedroom continues the theme with its green wood accents. A queen bed sits atop a wood bedframe, wrapped in a corduroy bedspread. Cowboy hats hang from hooks. A TV perches on a stand. The nightstands match, and further amenities include a closet and a fan.

    Very comfortable, stocked kitchen, good view of the valley. We enjoyed our stay. Great for the two of us. Close to the pool and hot tub for the summer visitors!

  • Tasteful and gracious, this Tensleep condo presents slopeside convenience in a quietly elegant package.

    The front door opens into the great room with its hardwood flooring. A dining table seats six beneath a graceful chandelier, beside a bright print by the late Jackson artist Greg McHuron. Steps away, a leather couch and matching loveseat create a gracious living space atop a plush area rug. The seating faces the raised wood-burning stove and entertainment array – an elegant TV stand topped by a large flat-screen and accompanied by a DVD player. The compact kitchen peaks into the great room via a cut-through window. Chefs can delight in the kitchen with its stainless steel appliances, a red accent wall and basin sink. A hallway leads to the renovated detached bath, reimagined with grey walls and hardwood floors.

    The first bedroom offers a queen bed wrapped in striped bedding. The darkwood bedroom set includes a chest of drawers and two side tables. Mirrors frame the large closet doors, accentuating the natural light. A wall-mounted TV rounds out the room’s amenities. The second bedroom is outfitted with a bunk bed: a queen topped by a twin. Striped bedding and a mirrored closet echo the adjacent room. Teton scenes line the walls.

    This is a cute condo,but like other reviews it has some dated areas like the kitchen. The one door into the bathroom didn't want to close. It was clean and comfortable.

  • With interior design best described as rustic antique chic, this top-floor condo is a perfect retreat for families. Guests are greeted by an artfully-appointed foyer with an arrow-motif coat rack and bench with cubbies. The entryway flows into the great room. The open space starts with the dining area and its table seating six (the heads of the table sit in rawhide chairs). A woodstove stands atop tile, serving as the anchor of the living area. A plush pullout sofa faces the stove and the wall-mounted TV/DVD/VHS player. An oil painting of the Tetons accents the room. Sweeping valley views are visible through every window.

    The adjoining kitchen features wood cabinets, modern appliances and double basin sink. A hallway leads to a detached bath with a double vanity, storage mirrors, and tile shower/tub. The first bedroom features a queen bed wrapped in a quilt and backed by a wooden headboard. A pair of side tables and chest of drawers provide plenty of storage. A cowboy ink drawing animates the space, and a wall-mounted TV invites lounging.

    The second bedroom boasts two twin beds atop lodgepole pine frames with a matching chest of drawers. A mirror closet encourages unpacking. Original art lines the walls.

    Slightly aged but fully equipped and functional kitchen. Bedrooms should have light blocking shades at night because outdoor sidewalk lights luminate the BR. Everything else comfortable and affordable. I would stay there again

  • The tiled foyer greets guests with a coat closet and console, and leads into the gracious great room. A window seat, flanking the front door, invites cozying up with a book as does the ample seating in the living area: matching burgundy sofa and loveseat. A copper block etching of a pair of golden trout arches above the rock fireplace. Doors open onto a deck with a gas grill, table, chairs and a sweeping valley views. A mini-bar with a granite countertop and sink encourages cocktails. A bookcase is filled with books and board games.

    The cut-through kitchen features sage-veined granite countertops, modern appliances and a double sink. A laundry room is attached to the kitchen.

    The first bedroom offers a pair of twin beds with a TV, two closets and a chest of drawers. A detached bath boasts a basin sink atop a granite counter and blue walls.

    Great place to stay! Very clean and spacious, loved the large porch and the view. The kitchen was fully stocked with everything we needed and more. Location was great. Overall a wonderful place to stay!!!

  • A cozy enclave provides convenience and comfort. The wood-paneled entryway welcomes guests with a shoe rack and a dozen coat hooks. The foyer folds into the great room, which encompasses the dining and living areas. A birch dining table seats six beneath the exposed beams that stripe the ceiling. A rock fireplace anchors the living area. Seating surrounds it: a plush couch and two armchairs. A large flat-screen TV connects to a DVD player; board games add to the entertainment options. Wildlife photography decorates the walls, including the dancing polar bear photographed by Jackson’s own Thomas Mangelsen that hangs above the mantel. The adjoining galley kitchen boasts a deep basin sink and wood cabinets.

    The first bedroom boasts two twin beds with wooden headboards, a chest of drawers and a closet. Between the closet and chest of drawers, there is no shortage of storage. The ensuite bathroom features tile and a glass shower. The second bedroom features a queen bed, a matching bedroom set and a flat-screen TV. The ensuite tile bathroom boasts a glass shower/tub.

    Additional amenities include a washer/dryer and a private deck with chairs and valley views.

    Overall the apartment was neat and tidy. It's very well situated for access to the main village, skiing, etc. The pull out sofa was appallingly bad - the mattress was so bad that it could not be slept on. The bath did not have a plug so nobody was able to take a bath. Overall, the lounge furniture was very used and of poor quality. The washing machine dial was broken, so trying to use it was a challenge. Generally speaking, the apartment is clearly well used and in need of updating. Customer service was good - very friendly and helpful.

  • The living room greets guests with its matching couch and armchair. From its perch, the condo welcomes valley views through its wall of windows. A large flat-screen TV/DVD setup encourages unwinding. A wood-burning stove completes the cozy ambiance. A dining table seats four, with two more accommodated on an accompanying bench. Two stools perched beside the breakfast bar, which overlooks the renovated kitchen with its granite tile countertops, wood cabinets, stainless steel appliances and deep sink. Blue walls accent the kitchen.

    A hallways leads to a detached bath with a tile tub and shower and pedestal sink. A second powder room features a washer/dryer in its closet. The first bedroom boasts a king bed backed by a wood bedframe and headboard, and open closet. Once again, valley views make the room feel expansive. Sage-colored walls complement the chest of drawers. The second bedroom offers two twin beds with backed by wooden headboards.

    Except for the fact that the condo was on the third floor, it was roomy, clean and comfortable. One morning, as we were leaving the condo to catch a wildlife tour, there was a large bull moose feeding just 35 yards off the back deck. It was our closest moose sighting of the trip.

  • Exquisite interpretations of the classic log cabin coupled with the matchless convenience of Granite Ridge’s slopeside location.

    The cabins share a gracious layout. The great room lives up to its name with hardwood floors, a large stone fireplace and log-trussed cathedral ceilings.

    The elegant kitchen features granite (or granite tiled) countertops, costume pine cabinets, high-end appliances and a breakfast bar.

    The luxurious master suite comes complete with a king bed, walk-in closet and a tiled bathroom boasting an oversized Jacuzzi tub (the perfect way to unwind after a big powder day). A second bedroom, furnished with twin beds, includes an en-suite bathroom with a shower and tub. Take in your breathtaking backyard from the deck, patio and balconies, or better yet, the private outdoor hot tub. A single car garage and ski storage offer convenience, as does the washer and dryer.

    Perched slopeside at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – a short walk away from the Granite Ridge surface lift and a short drive away from Grand Teton National Park – the Granite Ridge Cabins pair unparalleled access with cozy elegance. Nestled in the forest, Granite Ridge properties are cited with stunning views of the mountains and valley. All told, the cabins span some 2,000 square feet.

    Cabin was beautiful. Very large rooms. Well designed & well stocked. Hot tub was great at the end of a long hike. Views from every room & hot tub were of the Tetons.

  • Live the ski-in/ski-out dream. This slopeside gem of a home sits on the edge of the Bridger Teton National Forest, a short hop east of the Union Pass chairlift – a vantage point that affords spectacular views of the valley below and the mountain above.
    Belying its 3,500 square feet, Barry House feels like a cozy cabin.

    Every detail is designed with the snow enthusiast in mind. Covered metal stairs led to the front entrance, making for stress-free steps in snow, in boots. A ski rack on the front stairway offers convenient storage. The foyer features a heated drying closet for wet ski clothes and a bench for resting weary ski legs.

    A hallway leads to the open kitchen and dining room. The fully-equipped kitchen includes a wet bar – the perfect spot for après-ski storytelling. The dining room, ringed by tall windows with mountain views, offers hardwood floors and access to the deck with its hot tub. The laundry room and pantry adjoin the kitchen and the garage entryway.

    A spacious living room lies on the lower level and, through its abundant amenities, welcomes gatherings with family and friends. Ample windows frame spectacular views to the south, east and west. A towering stone fireplace comes with a gas insert. An entertainment console features a flat screen TV/CD/DVD player. Furnishings include a game table and a built-in window seat for snuggling up with a good book or gazing out at the scenery.

    The four bedrooms are tucked upstairs and share two full bathrooms (a third bathroom, downstairs, sits next to the kitchen). The spacious king bedroom features a TV and access to the deck (a shared bathroom lies across the hall). There are two twin bedrooms – cozy and comfortable – and a fourth bedroom with two queen beds, a TV and deck access.

    A single car bay in the back garage is accessible only by 4WD vehicles, however non-4WD cars can use the front parking area.

  • This condo offers bedding for 6: 1) queen with tv; 2) 2 twins(kc ok)tv; living room:queen sofa bed, tv/stereo,top floor/nice view updated kitchen and bathrooms, 1 car garage,washer &dryer, nice deck. There is a full kitchen and a nice size living room with a large river rock fireplace and a wet bar. Each bedroom enjoys the luxury of a private bath. Underground parking, balconies and a washer/dryer round out the nice amenities that go with this building.

    Amenities include Mountain views, Balcony/Patio, BBQ/Grill, Fireplace, Washer/Dryer, HD TV/DVD, Sundance Access, Garage, WiFi, Good Ski Access.

    Bed Configuration: Bedroom 1: Queen | Bedroom 2: 2 Twins | Living Room: Queen Sleeper Sofa.

  • The condo graciously welcomes guests with its open, light-filled layout topped by a peaked ceiling. The bright and airy gourmet kitchen features granite tile countertops, white clapboard cabinets and a double sink. A breakfast bar encourages culinary camaraderie with its four stools, while a dining table comfortably seats eight beneath a craftsman chandelier. A mudroom greets those who enter through the one-car garage.

    The kitchen flows into a work area with a desk and printer, and then into the living room. The long living area begins with two leather sofas and an entertainment area (a TV/DVD player flanked by bookshelves). Photography decorates the walls. A second seating area finds four armchairs atop an area rug. Doors open onto a deck with valley views, a gas grill and dining table that seats four. A powder room with a sink and toilet rounds out the living area amenities. The first floor also features a bedroom with a queen bed, yellow walls, a TV, armoire, chest of drawers and leather armchair. An ensuite bath and deck access make this bedroom a suite onto itself.

    Upstairs houses two more bedrooms. The first, tucked into the eaves, offers a queen bed, plush bedding, mountain views and an armchair. The ensuite bath includes granite tile and a glass shower. The second bedroom boasts a queen bed, rustic armoire, a chest of drawers and a private deck overlooking the valley. The ensuite bathroom features a shower, toilet, granite sink and artful lamps.

  • A luxurious interpretation of the classic log cabin, this slopeside retreat welcomes with all the warmth, comforts and conveniences that come with Granite Ridge residences.

    The home unfolds unhurriedly, graciously. The entrance path wends its way past the detached one-car garage onto the wide front porch with a moose flag waving hello. The front door opens onto the foyer with its slate entry, two upholstered benches, cowboy coat rack and closet. A powder room accommodates the main floor with a porcelain pedestal sink and round mirror.

    Proceed inside and discover the great room, an open floor plan living area replete with Western furnishings, hardwood floors, a two-story stone fireplace and picture windows framing the slopes – all beneath a soaring cathedral ceiling. Natural light floods the voluminous space. The open kitchen features marbled granite countertops, modern appliances and a double basin sink. A kitchen island doubles as gourmet counter-space and a breakfast bar accompanied by three leather stools. The adjacent dining table seats six in upholstered chairs beneath a hide chandelier. In the living area, matching crimson leather chairs complement the studded leather sofa, all of which encircle the sleigh coffee table and face the fireplace. A moving scene of American Indians hangs above the mantel, and a flat screen TV/DVD player encourages lounging. A sitting area offers even more options for relaxing. An antler chandelier presides over the space. Glass doors open onto the large deck with its gas grill and seating.

    Follow the carpeted stairs to the lower level where two bedroom suites await. A hallway leads to the first bedroom, preceded by a walk-in closet and full bath outfitted with a double vanity, deep tub, glass shower and granite tile. Continue on into the bedroom where a king bed is wrapped in a plush duvet and framed by lodgepole pine. Bronze sconces flank the bed, as do matching nightstands. A deep loveseat creates a sitting area surrounded by windows, facing the large flat-screen TV. A glass door leads to the patio, where a hot tub beckons.

    The second bedroom follows a similar layout, starting with the full bath and its double vanity, shower/tub, and granite tile. The hallway leads to a walk-in closet before arriving at the bedroom, with its pair of twin beds dressed in duvets and backed by upholstered headboards. A chocolate-colored loveseat invites lounging in front of the flat-screen TV. A big dresser offers plenty of storage. A door opens onto the hot-tub patio.

  • A spacious slopeside condo immerses guests in the character and culture of Jackson Hole. The experience begins with the wood-paneled foyer, which welcomes with coat hooks, a bench and a sisal rug atop a brick-colored floor. A washer/dryer hides in a front closet. The foyer flows into the great room encompassing the kitchen, dining and living areas. The kitchen, wrapped in a wallpaper border, features white appliances and a deep sink. The wood dining table seats six beneath a turned metal chandelier. The living area is anchored by a rock fireplace and seating surrounds it, including a leather armchair, cozy couch and wood captain’s chair. A TV/VHS/DVD player offers entertainment options. Teton photography offers a window on valley life, while the windows themselves frame treetop views. A private patio lures guests outdoors with its table and chairs.

    Venture downstairs and find a bedroom with a queen bed atop a lodgepole pine frame, a brick wall and a wood desk topped by a TV/DVD player. Two side tables match the chest of drawers. Sliding glass doors lead to a private patio with valley views. Decorative elements including cowboy boots and hat add to the Western ambiance. A detached bath features a blue-veined marble integrated sink, a gilded mirror and a tile shower/tub.

  • This renovated retreat offers an elegant escape from the outside world.

    A tile entryway features coat hooks and leads into the great room. A leather sofa and loveseat face the river rock fireplace topped by a Thomas Mangelsen photograph of a moose on the mantel. Abundant windows let in natural light and sliding glass doors open onto a private deck with a gas grill and chairs. A large TV/DVD player/cable setup encourages lounging, while the well-stocked bookshelf inspires reading. The gourmet kitchen, connected to the great room via a cut-through, features dark granite countertops, white cabinets with rustic pulls, high-end appliances, and a double sink.

    The master bedroom envelopes guests in its soothing earthen palette. A king bed beckons with its leather-textured bedspread and plush pillows. Artfully crumpled shades crown the bedside lamps atop side tables. A TV/DVD player rounds out the bedroom’s amenities. The renovated ensuite bathroom features a basin sink, elegant tile, granite counter, brushed nickel fixtures, and a glass shower.

    The second bedroom, a sibling to the larger bedroom, offers sage green walls and ivory headboards behind its two twin beds. A TV/DVD/VHS player invites relaxing. The ensuite bathroom echoes the master bath.


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