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In the exclusive Owl Creek neighborhood, located twenty minutes north of downtown Jackson and immediately south of Grand Teton National Park, lies Northern Exposure, the perfect retreat for large families or groups looking for a contemporary mountain escape with unobstructed Grand Teton views. Northern Exposure is a 5,800 square foot, four-bedroom house with a two-bedroom guest apartment set atop almost four acres. With sleeping positions for up to twelve people, the southern boundary of Grand Teton National Park just steps away from the home’s backyard, the main entrance to the national park a 15-minute drive away, and downtown Jackson only 20 minutes south, Northern Exposure embodies a true mountain modern escape for larger families.
Upon walking into the front door of Northern Exposure, guests arrive in the great room with soaring ceilings clad in reclaimed wood and a wall of windows that frame the Cathedral Group, the name applied to the main peaks of the Teton Range. One will be in awe with views of the Grand, South, and Middle Tetons, Teewinot, and Mt. Owen, all of which seem within reach. The great room serves as a main gathering space for all guests and includes a sitting area, a wood-burning stacked stone fireplace, dining area, wet bar, and doors that open to an expansive, stone patio .
Just off this open, living space is a professional-grade kitchen where one can cook fantastic meals on a Wolf, eight-burner gas range while looking out at the Tetons. In addition to the high-end stove, the kitchen includes a walk-in pantry, an island with seats for three, a custom Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, and Miele appliances. Throughout the kitchen and great room, as in the rest of the home, lies the perfect mix of mountain modern, western, and high-end, fine art.
Right off the kitchen one will find the primary bedroom which includes works from British artist Claire Brewster and Canadian painter and sculptor Peter Hoffer. Brewster’s piece is made from old maps morphed into intricate and delicate bird sculptures that have been described as ‘exquisitely ethereal’ by the Financial Times. Hoffer’s piece reflects the artist’s moody, painterly landscapes executed in a “deconstructivist” style.
While the art in the primary bedroom is eye-catching, its spa-like bathroom is even more so. It features marble floors, double vanities, an oversize walk-in double-rain shower, and a freestanding deep-soaking tub. This bathroom has a wall of windows facing the mountains, where guests can soak for hours while taking in the views. The primary bedroom also includes a sitting area with a gas fireplace, a generous his-and-her walk-in closet, and a private door to the backyard and patio.
The main home’s three other guest rooms are on the opposite side of the house from the primary bedroom. To the west of the great room are two suites, each of which has a queen size bed, a door to the outside, and gas fireplace. There is also a sitting area, wet bar, and laundry room on the main floor of this western wing. Ascend to the second floor, and one will find a third guest suite — this one with a queen size bed — that is adjacent to a home theater with stadium seating, a projection screen, and a wet bar.
On the eastern side of the home is a two-bedroom apartment. The main level includes a media-style living room, a bedroom suite with a queen size bed, and a bathroom with a double vanity. The apartment’s second floor has a bedroom with a king size bed, a bathroom with a single vanity, an enhanced wet bar including a microwave and coffee maker, and two private terraces; one faces north towards the Cathedral Group of the Tetons, and the second faces south. From this bedroom, one can also see the slopes of the famous Jackson Hole Mountain Resort ski area. The guest apartment can be accessed through the primary bedroom or from an exterior door, just off the living area of the lower level suite.
When the weather permits, Northern Exposure’s living space can expand onto a Teton-facing patio which includes a BBQ, fire pit, and hot tub. With access from every ground floor room, guests can enjoy this wonderful aspect of the home at their leisure.
Northern Exposure is the perfect retreat. It truly encapsulates what it means to visit the Tetons. Once your lodging is secured, a member of The Clear Creek Group Concierge team will work with you to build an itinerary!