Featured in Architectural Digest, and designed by award-winning architect Bruce Hawtin of Hawtin Jorgensen Architects in Jackson Hole, the 14,598-square-foot, 7-bedroom, 9-bathroom home was programmed to maximize the views of the Tetons. “Every inch was designed to take full advantage of the site,” says Hawtin. With classic lines and a beautiful floor plan, this sophisticated estate exudes timeless luxury.


Entertaining takes center stage in the recently updated kitchen with 18-foot ceilings and skylights to capture the sun, pocket doors for privacy during parties, and vertical-grain cherry cabinets. Chef-grade amenities include two ovens, double dishwashers, a professional-grade Sub Zero refrigerator, six-burner Thermador gas range with grill, warming drawers, granite island and butler’s pantry.

The intimate breakfast room with wood-burning fireplace sets the stage for small gatherings and engaging breakfast conversations around the table. At dinner time in the formal dining room, guests look out over a breathtaking vista of the Tetons.

Capturing an unparalleled view of the surrounding landscape, the soaring 18-foot living room ceiling has tongue-and-groove clear fir paneling. A large stone fireplace is the true heart of the home where family and friends gather to relay tales of days spent exploring. Just off the living room, a smaller piano nook creates an intimate gathering space to enjoy music, wine and conversation.

The custom gallery hallway leads from the living room to three guest bedrooms—one with Teton views—and features expansive windows and soaring ceilings. In the opposite direction, the master suite includes a wood-burning fireplace and majestic views of Sleeping Indian. Designed as a true respite, the space features a cozy sleeping area, an expansive custom walk-in closet, and seamless granite master bath with walk-in shower, soaking tub and beautiful vertical-grain cherry wood cabinets.

At every possible turn the home is connected to the outdoors. In the warmer months, a 372-square-foot north-facing stone patio sets the stage for long, lingering dinners outside in the fresh mountain air.


Attached to the main home via an underground tunnel or heated outdoor walkway, the guest house provides additional accommodations, and is also used as a private hideaway/executive office suite. Guests will be charmed by a wood-burning fireplace on the private, 500-square-foot outdoor patio ideal for entertaining and extraordinary views of the Tetons.

When it’s time for a break from the world, the year-round indoor pool is accompanied by a fully equipped workout room, hot tub and spa. This private escape, finished with polished stone floors, oak doors and trim, and Douglas fir beams, is ideal for days when outdoor activity is limited.

An expansive 2,000-bottle wine cellar was custom designed for the connoisseur in mind with a temperature-controlled environment and custom mahogany racks and trim. The space is finished with rustic, hand-hewn fir beams, and a storage room for cases.


Every aspect of the home was carefully selected—from the custom pocket doors to the museum-quality lighting.

  • Oak wood floors with walnut inlay
  • Clear tongue-and-groove fir ceilings throughout
  • Exquisite custom carved elements throughout fabricated by Professor Martin Oliver who designed the totem poles at the Jackson Hole Wildlife museum
  • The grand entryway was built from stone fossils found at a local quarry in Kemmerer, Wyoming
  • Automated blinds raise and lower with the sun to protect furnishings and create privacy on demand
  • Two heated three-car garages accessible via underground tunnel designed to maximize the property views
  • Museum-quality lighting installed by Ron Gessler who maintains lighting for the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts
  • Heated garage offers a dog run and boot trays with drains and access to the mechanical room with ½ bath for workers.


  • New roof by DaVinci
  • Sprinkler/drip system throughout
  • 2,000-gallon underground oil tank on property
  • 2 septic tanks, one for home and one for guest house
  • Central vacuum
  • Music and media throughout
  • New security system installed in 2019
  • State-of-the-art heated floors, forced air heat and AC throughout
  • Oil-fired boilers for home heat, back up, heated floors and snow melt system

OFFERED AT $17,700,000

Andrew Ellett, David Viehman and Devon Viehman
For more information, please call (307) 690-6155