The Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis neighborhood is popular for the unobstructed views of the Tetons that many of its homes have. And Aspenglow might have some of the best Teton views in the neighborhood. It is oriented to face the range and windows in the second master suite frame the Grand Teton, which looks close enough to touch.
As stunning as its views of the Tetons are, Aspenglow really stands out for its thoughtful, contemporary design, which is evident from the moment you enter. You walk into a combined kitchen/dining/living area where there are soaring, tongue-and-groove cathedral ceilings accented with steel rods, polished concrete floors, a professional grade kitchen (Miele, Bosch, and Fisher and Paykel appliances), walls of windows, and a freestanding, double-sided glass-front fireplace that is as tall as the ceilings.
This is not contemporary design that takes itself too seriously though. The guest wing of the home includes a former double chairlift painted orange and made into a swing (it’s mounted into the ceiling). It is contemporary design that is all about comfort (the concrete floors are heated, the master and second master bathrooms have Toto Washlet toilets, and the lights in every room turn on automatically when you walk into each).
While the Tetons are out Aspenglow’s front windows, Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis’ Robert Trent Jones Jr.-designed golf course is adjacent to the backyard. (A grove of aspen trees acts as a natural privacy barrier between the home and golfers; but don’t be surprised if you find a golf ball or two in the backyard.) Windows in the professional-grade kitchen and also in the master suite look out on it.
In summer and fall, two patios—one facing west (the Tetons) and the other south (the golf course)—almost double the home’s entertaining space. The west-facing patio is accessed from the main living space and is shaded. The south facing patio is a sun lover’s dream and is the perfect spot to enjoy an al fresco breakfast or dinner. Doors from the kitchen, laundry room, and the office open onto it.
The bathrooms in the master suites both have walk-in marble showers, double vanities, and deep soaking tubs. In both the master suites, the bathtubs are set beneath frosted glass windows. The second master bathroom has a door that opens to outside and connects via an architectural walkway to the back yard and southern patio.
Two additional bedroom suites are in the north wing of the house. One of these suites has a queen size platform bed and the second one has two twin bunk beds. Each of these rooms has its own bathroom.
In the sagebrush flats north of downtown Jackson and immediately south of Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis was Jackson Hole’s first golf course. Today it is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary and regularly recognized as one of the best golf courses in the state. (Its views of the Tetons will distract you from even the worst of shanks … or perhaps cause the worst of shanks?) Shortly after he purchased the property in 1967, Laurance Rockefeller hired Robert Trent Jones Jr. to do a major remodel of the club’s original Bob Baldock-designed course. In 1999, Jones was contracted for a second redesign of the course, which was completed in 2007. The course is open to the public from late May into October, weather permitting.
Downtown Jackson is a 15-minute drive. Teton Village is about 25 minutes away. The Moose entrance to Grand Teton National Park is a 10-minute drive.
Description of Privacy | Good Privacy, located in Jackson Hole Golf & Tennis residential neighborhood
Views / Setting | Views of the Teton Range & Golf Course
Grand Teton Views | Yes
Water Features / Fishing | None
Ski-In / Ski-Out | No, however it is near a public cross country ski track
Disclosures | Access to golf course and restaurant, no access to other club amenities
Rates listed below include taxes and fees.
Summer Aug 10 - Aug 31, 2019
September Sep 1 - Sep 30, 2019
October Oct 1 - Oct 31, 2019
November Nov 1 - Nov 30, 2019
Pre Holiday Ski Dec 1 - Dec 18, 2019
Holiday Ski Dec 19, 2019 - Jan 6, 2020
Regular Ski Jan 7 - Feb 14, 2020
Presidents Week Feb 15 - Feb 21, 2020
Regular Ski Feb 22 - Mar 6, 2020
Spring Break Mar 7 - Mar 27, 2020
Spring Mar 28 - May 15, 2020
Early Summer May 16 - Jun 5, 2020
Summer Jun 6 - Jul 17, 2020
Peak Summer Jul 18 - Aug 7, 2020
Summer Aug 8 - Aug 31, 2020
Availability and rates are subject to change without notice. Minimum stay requirements may apply.