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Whether you enter Sundown via its garage/mud room or its purple front door, you quickly realize that this three-bedroom home has personality. In West Jackson’s Indian Trails neighborhood, which is popular with local families, this split-half-level home is colorful, minimalist — wood walls give all the public spaces a Scandinavian vibe — efficiently laid out, full of natural light, chic, well-decorated and fun. Rather than a built-in Sub-Zero, the refrigerator here is a Big Chill (a modern appliance brand that makes retro designs). The sofa in the living room isn’t leather, but maroon velvet. The gas-burning fireplace isn’t set in a stacked stone surround, but is freestanding.
Sundown’s western half is dedicated to bedrooms. The primary suite has a king-size bed, above which hangs a gorgeous piece of textile art. Still, as eye-catching as the textile art is, the star of the suite is the deep, freestanding copper bathtub. Also in the primary bathroom is a generously sized walk-in tile shower and a double vanity.
The two other bedrooms here share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. One bedroom has three twin-size bunks and a loft with a play area and a fourth twin-size bed in it. The second bedroom has two twin beds, which can be converted to a king size bed, and a loft accessed by a built-in ladder with another twin-size bed in it. The shared bathroom has a dual vanity and a walk-in shower.
On Sundown’s lower level, a TV room has a large, overstuffed sofa in front of an oversize television and also two twin-size daybeds. Also on this floor is a laundry room with a stackable washer and dryer.
While the downstairs TV room is certainly meant for hanging out, it’s likely you’ll find yourself in the upstairs open kitchen/dining/living room more often. There’s the aforementioned red velvet sofa. Also, a built in dining table with more than ample seating. In the opposite corner of this space, a custom bench built beneath an east-facing window is the perfect spot to enjoy a morning cup of coffee.
The kitchen has a five-burner gas range and an oversize island. Between the kitchen area and the dining table is a door to an outside south-facing deck. Behind the freestanding fireplace, a door leads to a second deck. This deck has stairs down to the yard.
Indian Trails is a residential neighborhood close to bike paths, local schools, and grocery stores. Downtown Jackson is about three miles away; grocery stores are even closer. A short hike popular with locals, High School Butte, is in the neighborhood. Bike pathways connect Indian Trails to downtown Jackson (about a 10 – 15 minute ride), Teton Village (a 40-minute bike ride), Wilson (a 25-minute ride), and Grand Teton National Park (an all-day adventure).
Once your lodging is secure, a member of The Clear Creek Group Concierge team will work with you to build an itinerary for your visit to Jackson Hole!