Cody Creek Sanctuary
Details & Features
Five miles from Jackson’s iconic downtown and a good cup of coffee, this property’s driveway drops into a 65-acre sanctuary, where a first-class spring creek weaves through six ponds and incomparably beautiful open land. From the back deck, the sounds of nature replace the hum of a vibrant mountain community. Circled by uninterrupted alpine views and conservation land, Cody Creek Ranch is home to an elk herd, bald eagles, blue herons and trumpeter swans, as well as magnificent waterways brimming with native cutthroat trout. For years, romantics chose ranches in the middle of nowhere for adventure and the therapeutic benefits of living outside. This ranch, suited for the modern pioneer who wants it all, is like a mini national park—in the middle of everywhere.
The main house, a 4,670-sq ft log home built from hand-peeled logs, sits nestled among spruce and aspen trees with views of the entire property. Three bedrooms connect off of a classic great room featuring a spacious kitchen and dining area focused around a romantic wood-burning stone fireplace. A game room with a pool table, large-screen T.V. and library also inspires cozy nights around a wood-burning stove and can accommodate small or large gatherings. The expansive back deck facing west provides a stage from which to experience the outdoors and view wildlife throughout the seasons. This Western home also includes a 999-sq ft log guesthouse with two beds and two baths. Approximately 5,500 sq ft of additional building opportunity is allowed in the building envelope for a barn and riding facility.
- The 4,670 sqft log main home is built from hand-peeled logs
- 999-sq ft log guesthouse
- Located in the prestigious Dairy Ranches, five minutes from downtown Jackson, WY
- Cody Creek winds through the property along with 6 ponds
- Bordered by thousands of acres of lands protected by the Jackson Hole Land Trust
Ranches for sale in Wyoming, in particular properties located in Jackson Hole and surrounding resort counties, not only provide unmatched access to the plethora of recreational opportunities in the area, but offer excellent real estate investment opportunities as well. With such close proximity to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, these properties range from expansive fly fishing and hunting ranches to classic working cattle properties. Wyoming resident tax advantages and ranch value appreciation make investing in ranch real estate here a smart buy-and-enjoy strategy.View All Wyoming Properties
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