**Minimum Night Stay Requirements May Vary and Final Availability is Subject to Homeowner Approval.**
From the outside, the Lodge evokes a classic Western barn—perfectly suited to its rugged alpine setting. But the interior tells a more nuanced story of style taking root in the Tetons. The contemporary residence sits on a prime site within Shooting Star, a luxury development neighboring legendary Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. With an award-winning golf course and only a short walk (or shuttle ride) away from the world-class ski slopes, Shooting Star cultivates an elegant alpine experience.
Designed by acclaimed local architect John Carney, the Lodge marries the communal grace of a great room with the unfolding privacy of second-floor sleeping quarters. A stack of firewood flanks the front door, foreshadowing the roaring fires that will heat the house on cold nights. The foyer greets guests with a large mirror, rustic-chic chest and antler accents. Lantern pendants illuminate the entry. Just beyond, the great room lives up to its name with its soaring two-story scale, expressed in its cathedral ceiling, wall of picture windows and towering stone fireplace. The airy ambiance is accentuated by the light color scheme used throughout, a palette defined by flax, gray and cream. Two sofas—slipcovered in a subtle faux bois fabric—bracket the fireplace, as do a pair of armchairs. A rustic log mantel matches the barnwood panel hiding the TV. Woven armchairs surround the polished dining table, and a barnwood bar and aged sideboard enable easy entertaining. A candelabra chandelier dangles above the living expanse.
The adjoining kitchen features an array of gourmet accoutrements, from a gas stove to stainless steel appliances and sage-green granite countertops—all surrounded by custom barnwood cabinets. Studded barstools create a breakfast perch, and industrial pendants hit a modern note.
Adirondack chairs invite outdoor entertaining on the Teton-facing deck. For dining, a pair of square tables can accommodate al fresco game night or bundled breakfasts, or combine to host a dinner party. On the side, a fireplace and more chairs encourage fireside chats.
The remainder of the first floor encompasses the first bedroom featuring a king bed capped by an antique mount, a leather armchair, studded nightstands, ceramic table lamps and a commodious ensuite bath.
Upstairs, the master bedroom boasts sweeping views of the valley—visible through two walls’ worth of windows. The king bed, wrapped in a fur throw, faces a seating vignette defined by two slipcovered armchairs and an antler side table. Speaking of antlers, a prized bison mount crowns the fireplace. The large ensuite master bath offers a double vanity, soaking tub and glass rain shower.
Next door, a versatile media room can accommodate a plethora of uses. With built-in bookshelves and ample seating, the space could serve as a relaxing upstairs enclaveor the flax sofa could pull out into a big bed for spillover guests. No matter the mode, the flat screen TV encourages unwinding after a long day spent outdoors.
An artful interlude between bedrooms finds a hallway console topped by a pair of wooden sculptures and a nocturnal painting. The second third bedroom, designed with kiddos in mind, offers a pair of bunk beds. A slipcovered armchair, plenty of storage and ensuite bath make the room a self-contained roost for little ones.
The Lodge’s many assets are matched only by the myriad of diversions that await outside. A bike path borders the community, 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, the Lodge allows you to choose your own adventure – with the help of TCCG’s Concierge team.
3180 Square Feet
Sleep Positions in Bed 8 2 Kings 2 Twin/Twin Bunks Additional Sleep Positions 2 1 Queen Sofa Bed
Washer & Dryer Iron & Ironing Board Full Kitchen WiFi Wood Burning Fireplace Gas Fireplace Wine Refrigerator Cable TV Central Air
Hot Tub Patio Gas Grill
Area Fitness Center Area Spa Nearby Grocery or Market National Parks Walking/Cycling Pathway
Powder Room | Sink, Toilet Great Room / Kitchen / Dining | Sink, Television, Wood Fireplace, Wet Bar, Patio Access Laundry | Washer/Dryer, Sink Guest Bedroom 1 | King Bed, Two Sinks, Shower, Toilet
Master Bedroom | King Bed, Television, Gas Fireplace, Two Sinks, Tub, Shower, Toilet Guest Bedroom 2 | Two Twin/Twin Bunks, 2 Sinks, Shower, Toilet Media Room | Television, Queen Bed (Sleeper Sofa)
Description of Privacy | Fairly Private, located in a cabin cluster at Shooting Star Private Golf and Ski community
Views / Setting | Views of the Teton Range and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort
Grand Teton Views | No
Water Features / Fishing | Small seasonal creek and golf course lake, no fishing
Ski-In / Ski-Out | Not slopeside but rental includes ski shuttle privileges to and from the slopes
Disclosures | Private club, no amenity access
Rates listed below include taxes and fees.
Pre Holiday Ski Dec 1 - Dec 18, 2019
Holiday Ski Dec 19, 2019 - Jan 6, 2020
Regular Ski Jan 7 - Feb 12, 2020
Presidents Week Feb 13 - 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 12, 2020
Summer Jun 13 - Jul 10, 2020
Peak Summer Jul 11 - Aug 14, 2020
Summer Aug 15 - Aug 31, 2020
September Sep 1 - Sep 30, 2020
October Oct 1 - Oct 31, 2020
November Nov 1 - Nov 30, 2020
Pre Holiday Ski Dec 1 - Dec 17, 2020
Availability and rates are subject to change without notice. Minimum stay requirements may apply.