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A serene home at peace with its magnificent setting and its gracious role as a host to all. This stately residence sits nestled near a stand of pine trees, within sight of the local definition of its name: the treed terrain of Four Pines, a beloved destination outside the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort boundary. Set within Shooting Star — a luxury development in Teton Village — the five-bedroom home offers a winter ski shuttle for easy access to the slopes. Context aside, the aesthetics of the house allure. Decorative barn wood doors flank the window above the front portico. Inside the foyer, serenity awaits with a Moroccan rug lending warmth while a chest of drawers with gold pulls and an antique French jug lend style.
The panorama takes center stage in the great room, an open-concept living and dining space encircled in picture windows. With the Tetons descending to greet the valley floor, every seating ensemble within the great room grants access to breathtaking scenery. Thus oriented toward scenic enjoyment, the living area hides entertainment options in subtlety; the flat-screen TV seems incognito in the built-in armoire and a rustic game table blends into the stone accent wall. Studded armchairs with leather pillows flank a pair of trimmed tweed sofas, and an antler candelabra accents the hammered metal coffee table. Beyond the slab slate bench beneath the fireplace, a woven armchair offers further fireside seating. An elegant bison print graces the mantel. The adjoining dining area centers around a farmhouse table surrounded by woven chairs. Overlooking the living expanse, the gourmet kitchen offers granite countertops, a Wolf stove and clapboard cabinetry.
Outside, a flagstone deck beckons with its oversized hot tub. A long dining table surrounded in captain’s chairs encourages outdoor entertainment, while a quartet of chaise lounge chairs faces the mountains.
Back inside, the primary bedroom pairs privacy with style: A plush king size bed, antique desk and abundant natural light. A pair of slipcovered armchairs makes for a cozy fireside moment while a flat-screen TV above the mantel creates connection with the outside world. The ensuite bath offers a Jacuzzi tub, glass shower, granite double vanity and panoramic views. The nearby media room invites lounging with its deep sofa, studded side chairs and live edge walnut coffee table. Antique park memorabilia decorates the walls.
The second floor landing allows for a working interlude with a long built-in desk and two leather office chairs.
The upstairs guest bedrooms take color cues from showcased works of art: A vintage Art Deco print gives the second guest bedroom a yellow hue, while a botanical print creates a seafoam palette in the fourth bedroom. The first guest bedroom features two full beds with upholstered headboards and neutral linens. A bronze moose lamp illuminates the space, and the ensuite bath offers a granite vanity and shower.
The second bedroom, with the aforementioned French print, is anchored around the queen bed wrapped in plush linens. The neighboring bedroom distinguishes itself with a damask headboard, studded nightstands and cerulean lamps. The ensuite bath comes with a double vanity and ample storage. The junior suite features a textile headboard backing its king bed, seafoam drapes, studded leather bench and armchair plus ottoman. The ensuite bath offers a soaking tub, shower and granite vanity.
Even though the plethora of domestic diversions could keep guests busy, a Four Pines stay would be incomplete without venturing outside. A bike path borders the property, allowing for car-free travel between top spots including the southern entrance to Grand Teton National Park. Downtown Jackson is a short drive away, as is the hamlet of Wilson. Whether fly fishing or horseback riding, mountain biking or backcountry skiing, this Shooting Star retreat allows you to choose your own adventure — with the help of The Clear Creek Group’s Concierge team.