Minimum Night Stay Requirements May Vary and Final Availability is Subject to Homeowner Approval. Property may be rented once in any 31 day period.
An enchanted wonderland of custom features awaits guests of this peerless estate, which consists of a four-bedroom main house referred to as Royal Wulff, and a two-bedroom guest house, referred to as Grizzly Wulff. Tucked in the pristine confines of a private residential development, this stately property is an ecosystem unto itself, bordering the Snake River and encompassing a stocked private pond (promising phenomenal fishing ergo the dry-fly nomenclature).
The gracious entrance of Royal Wulff, portends the art-rich experience to come: A monumental bronze sculpture of an American Indian, standing out front, sets a meditative tone.
The term “great room” was reserved for this living area: Massive beams, supported by custom ironwork, create a grand canopy above the open-concept space. A pair of ivory couches and a marble coffee table live atop a parquet hide rug, while a long ikat daybed and hide ottoman face the stone fireplace. Encircling the second story, custom railings outline landscape scenes.
The adjoining dining area amplifies the enchantment with its custom chandelier. The accompanying bar features paneled cabinets, a Tiffany flush mount pendant, and an antler wreath.
Next door, the gourmet kitchen includes a fireside family room and breakfast nook. Instead of a backsplash, custom tilework creates a Teton landscape.
The primary bedroom defines comfort with a king bed just feet from a wood burning fireplace and reading nook looking out over the pond. The primary bedroom allows easy access to the hot tub and outdoor living spaces. In junior suite one, the four posters of the king bed are topped by avian bronzes. The balcony overlooks the pond and the Tetons and features a wood burning fireplace. The ensuite bath, features a Jacuzzi tub and two vanities.
Junior suite two, marked by a studded leather bed, fireplace and hide seating, also includes an ensuite bath with a glass shower and soaking tub.
The first guest bedroom, defined by bronze silhouettes, features a carved wood bed and leather armchairs.
For those keen to entertain, options abound: The media loft offers a large flat-screen TV and a trio of sofas. The rec room boasts a pool table, bar with saddle stools, game table, high-top with stools, antler armchairs and four bunk beds. To accommodate work, the elegant main level office features a fireplace, leather armchairs, an antique desk and crocodile desk chair. Stained glass skylights cast a colorful glow over the professional space.
As if an invitation is necessary, the wraparound porch, accessible from every room on the first floor, invites guests to venture beyond the interior expanse to explore the greater estate.
Grizzly Wulff, is a Western retreat unto itself. Cathedral ceilings crown the interior spaces, and picture windows in every room frame forested views. Symmetrical in design, two bedrooms with king beds and ensuite baths, flank the great room, with a flagstone porch encircling it all. The kitchen introduces the open space. Against the backdrop of paneled wood cabinetry and rough-hewn granite countertops, the gourmet area delights with its Western details. The adjoining living area is anchored by the palatial stone fireplace. A pair of sage-colored couches, set back-to-back, creates mirror seating areas, each marked by leather armchairs and wooden coffee tables.
A lofted balcony with bean bags and a sofa extends the entertaining. Within a log nook, a pair of bunk beds provide a perfect perch for young guests.
The Wulff Lodge, tucked within the private Tucker Ranch neighborhood of Wilson, offer unparalleled privacy and nature immersion. Despite its seclusion, the lodges are conveniently sited: The Aspens lies a short drive away, as does Teton Village and downtown Jackson. Whether fly fishing or horseback riding, this Westbank retreat allows you to choose your own adventure — with the help of TCCG’s Concierge team.