Pearl at Jackson 202Jackson, Wyoming
**Minimum Night Stay Requirements May Vary and Final Availability is Subject to Homeowner Approval.**
A contemporary outpost at the heart of downtown Jackson, a frontier town turned chic with locally-owned boutiques, lively restaurants and character-rich watering holes. Set above the central artery of Pearl Street, the two-bedroom apartment features a wraparound deck with views of the surrounding mountains. Located only three blocks away from Town Square, the loft allows guests to embrace the convenience and culture of downtown living while simultaneously secluding themselves in their alpine perch.
The living area anchors the apartment with its colorful mix of patterns and furnishings. A Pendleton blanket graces one wall, with windows opening up the others onto views of the butte. A gas fireplace connects the two expanses of glass. A tweed sofa faces a chalkboard coffee table and leather sling chair. A patchwork dhurrie rug lends texture, while flat-screen TVs add entertainment options. A deck beckons guests outside, with an enclave of chairs presiding over the cinema across the street. A teak dining table seats four for summer dinners outdoors.
Inside, dinner parties can overtake the rectangular dining table with its cowhide host seats and two benches. An eclectic crystal chandelier dangles above the table, and a sage green accent wall adds color.
The open kitchen features bamboo cabinets, dark granite countertops, a tile backsplash and stainless appliances.
Down the sage hallway, the guest bedroom boasts a pair of twin beds (convertible to a king) wrapped in denim duvets, as well as an ensuite bath with custom tilework and a sculptural sink.
The master bedroom offers chic accents like a distressed wood nightstand and stitched duvet. The ensuite bath includes a double granite vanity and a brick red-tile glass shower.
By nature of being at the heart of downtown Jackson, this Pearl at Jackson apartment offers both convenience and refuge (floating as it does above the streetscape). From below, the roofline of the complex looks like a ship’s masts; passerby wonder what fortunate guests get to sail so far above the fray, on par with the slopes.
Short term rental license #6927-19