Minimum Night Stay Requirements May Vary and Final Availability is Subject to Homeowner Approval. Property may be rented once in any 31 day period.
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 master 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!