Grand Vista is perfectly located up Spring Gulch with views across protected lands at the Teton Range and Grand Teton National Park. Access via Spring Gulch Road is maintained year-round. The famous Town Square is a 10-minute drive and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is 15 minutes away, making Grand Vista the epitome of privacy and convenience.
Jackson Hole is the southern gateway community to two of the country’s scenic National Parks, Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Teton County, where Grand Vista is located, is comprised of 97% public land, offering abundant opportunities in a world of incredible sporting activities including hiking, camping, fly fishing, kayaking, skiing, mountain biking, hunting, wildlife photography, horseback riding and whitewater rafting. For the duration of the year, active outdoor pursuits are available, literally at your doorstep.
Grand Vista is comprised of 248.31 acres of absolute splendor. Perfectly positioned on the north of end of East Gros Ventre Butte, Grand Vista enjoys a spectacular and protected viewscape across Spring Gulch to the entire Teton Range as well as Grand Teton National Park.
This legacy offering consists of rolling hillsides covered in aspen groves, wildflowers and native grasses. Several elevated benches throughout the property provide spectacular spots for the construction of a dream home. Due to the orientation of the property, nearly every location affords unsurpassed views of the valley floor below and the Teton Range.
The ranch is divided into 8 separately deeded parcels providing an incoming owner with both development and conservation options. Each parcel is may be developed with a home and a guest home per Teton County standards.
These 248.31 splendid acres have been surveyed and divided into 8 individual tracts. Varying in size from 35 to 45 acres, each tract affords multiple building locations with stunning view-orientation and privacy. Options for the incoming owner may include developing the tract and selling premium lots, gifting lots to family members as part of the estate planning process or relinquishing development rights via conservation easement and recouping the associated tax benefits.
The nearby Snake River is easily accessible offering exciting dry fly fishing for the native Snake River fine-spotted cutthroat trout. A float trip on the Snake River is a popular way to experience the fantastic angling as well as the breathtaking scenery of the Tetons and surrounding Jackson Hole Valley. Flat Creek, located just north of town on the National Wildlife Elk Refuge, is the place where wary cutthroat trout lie in wait to test an angler’s skills. Flat Creek is often referred to as the finest trophy dry fly cutthroat trout fishery in the West. Numerous blue-ribbon fishing opportunities are available in this region.
Rich in both flora and fauna, Grand vista is a nature watcher’s dream. Big game such as elk, moose and Mule deer frequently seek refuge in this quiet paradise. In the spring cow elk can be found calving in the rich grasses and privacy of the aspen groves. Mule deer are more commonly seen in the late fall and early winter moving through the property to the adjacent winter range. A variety of songbirds and raptors grace the skies and tree-cover of Grand Vista. For the hunter, the property currently qualifies for landowner elk tags and likely would also qualify for landowner Mule deer tags.
Grand Vista is truly a rare offering due to its size and location. The land is essential to the Jackson Hole Valley, not only because of the scenic beauty and historic value, but because of its importance to wildlife habitat. The views across Spring Gulch at the majestic Teton Range are second to none. Due to protection via conservation easements on adjacent lands, this view will be preserved in perpetuity. Very little of this precious privately-owned land remains today in the Jackson Hole Ecosystem. This legacy offering is priced below comparable sales data creating a true once in a lifetime opportunity.
Get To Know Jackson Hole Ranches for Sale in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
The gateway to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, Jackson Hole is a thriving town nestled at the base of the Teton Mountain Range. A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, it offers fly fishing, climbing, hiking, biking, paddleboarding, white water rafting, and kayaking in the summer and skiing at the world-renowned Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in the winter. The area consists of a proud local population and hosts millions of visitors each year. Hole was a mountain man term for valley, so Jackson Hole consists of the town of Jackson and other small communities including Kelly, Moran, Teton Village and Wilson. With direct flights from 13 cities including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Atlanta, Jackson Hole is “the most accessible destination resort in the Rockies.”
Grand Teton National Park is a 20-minute drive and Yellowstone National Park’s southern entrance is an hour and a half to the north. Both national parks and the ample amount of public lands nearby make up 97% of Teton County, creating endless opportunities for outdoor recreation during all seasons.