Toad Hall

Winner of American Institute of Architects Design Award in 1991

Winner of American Institute of Architects Design Award in 1991, and designed by award-winning architect Bruce Hawtin of Hawtin Jorgensen Architects in Jackson Hole, the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired, 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—nicknamed “Toad Hall” for the original owner’s love of “The Wind in the Willows”— exudes timeless luxury.

  • Designed by award winning Architect Bruce Hawtin, this home exudes timeless luxury.
  • All materials for the stone and cedar constructed compound are indigenous to Jackson Hole, with the exception of the fossil stone which contain sixty million year old fossil fish quarried in the Green River area.
  • The award winning design, and its use of materials, is reminiscent of the prairie style of Frank Lloyd Wright and the stonework of the Teton moss back rock-constructed buildings is reminiscent of that found in Wright’s Fallingwater, as well as Wright’s design for painter Archie Teeter’s home on the bank of the Snake River.
  • Current zoning restrictions enacted subsequent to Todd Hall’s three and a half year construction ensures that Todd Hall will remain “one of a kind”.
  • Seven bedrooms and nine baths / Almost 15,000 sq. ft. of heated space
  • Six lots totaling 20.75 acres – four on the Seventeenth or “Sleeping Indian” Fairway of the award-winning Robert Trent Jones golf course.


  • Found throughout the property the polished and heated fossil stone floors are from the Green River area
  • Substantial exterior Oak doors
  • Professor Martin Oliver, from the University of Washington, was commissioned to create the carvings. Martin also carved the totem poles at the National Wildlife Museum. There are two other commissioned carvings in the house, and they will all stay.

“The carvings represent Oliver’s artistic and cultural vision of the Jackson Hole area. The smoothly flowing images, precisely defined figures and masterful blend of form and color and texture are a superb expression of the master carver’s art and of Native American beliefs.”


Intelligent and resourceful. He rules the sky and is able to transform himself into a human.


A teacher symbol as it is believed that Bear taught the People to catch salmon and pick berries. It also represents a protector and symbolizes courage, physical strength and leadership.


Symbolizes determination, protection, overseeing and building.


Black represents life and red represents the spirit world. When combined with the symbols they create a poetic vision of the world and the Jackson Hole valley.


Capturing an unparalleled view of the surrounding landscape, the soaring 18-foot living room ceiling has tongue-and-groove western red cedar. 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.

  • Un-obscured and protected Grand Teton views
  • Soaring 18ft. ceiling with tongue & groove clear Western Red Cedar
  • White Oak floors with walnut inlay
  • Stone wood burning fireplace
  • Stunning picture windows of the Grand Teton
  • Museum quality lighting installed by Ron Gessler, who maintains lighting for the Center of the Arts


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


Entertaining takes center stage in the chef’s kitchen with majestic, 18-foot cathedral ceilings and clear story windows 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.

  • Vertical grain Cherry cabinets and trim with satin finish
  • Red Oak floors with Walnut inlay
  • Window trim is clear White Oak
  • Separate serving bar
  • Beautiful views of the pond and back yard


  • “Drive thru window” access to main kitchen
  • Custom Native American carved doors from Professor Martin Oliver
  • Wine fridge
  • Ice machine
  • Refrigerator


The intimate breakfast room with wood-burning fireplace and southern exposure sets the stage for small gatherings and engaging breakfast conversations around the table.

Formal Dining Room


At dinner time in the formal dining room, guests look out over a breathtaking vista of the Tetons.

  • White Oak custom cabinets
  • Picture window views of the Grand Teton
  • Museum quality lighting


The master suite includes a wood-burning fireplace and magnificent views of the Grand Tetons. 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.

  • Large windows with 270 degree Grand Teton and pond views
  • Marble surround fireplace
  • Granite windowsills – never fade, age, or rot
  • Outside copper window planters
  • Electric blinds
  • In-floor heat


  • Seamless Granite in the large walk-in shower with double shower heads
  • Vertical grain Cherry cabinets with granite throughout
  • In-floor heat


  • A room to itself with vaulted ceilings and custom lighting
  • Two story master closet
  • Built-in hidden safe


  • Vertical grain Cherry cabinets with built-ins
  • Un-obscured Teton views


The custom gallery hallway leads from the living room to three guest bedrooms—one with Teton views—and features expansive windows and soaring ceilings.

  • 120-foot long hall created for displaying a sizable art collection
  • Access to all of the rooms from this majestic, 18ft. cathedral ceiling passageway
  • Electric blinds in hallway
  • Museum quality lighting


  • Pocket doors for privacy
  • White Oak custom cabinets
  • Tongue & groove clear Douglas Fir ceilings


  • One with Teton views and two with southern exposure
  • Three baths, each with In-floor heat


  • Cherry cabinets (unique grain) with inside auto lighting
  • Tongue & groove clear Douglas Fir ceilings


  • 3 car garage – high profile doors
  • Heated with floor drains
  • Mechanical / Service room entrance: Vendors or maintenance people can use without coming in the house. There is access to the entire mechanical room from the garage and ½ bath for workers
  • Dog Run off garage and laundry room with doggy door
  • Boot Trays with drains for wet/muddy gear


  • Sixty-million-year-old fossil fish quarried in the Green River area grace the entryway, wine cellar, and pool area
  • Oak wood floors with walnut inlay
  • Clear tongue-and-groove cedar 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
  • Two heated three-car garages, one attached to the main house and the other accessible via the underground tunnel or heated outdoor walkway
  • Museum-quality lighting installed by Ron Gessler who maintains lighting for the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts


  • 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
  • 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

OFFERED AT $15,500,000

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