This offering includes the original Puzzleface Ranch in addition to two Private Estate Parcels, totaling approximately 225 acres. The Private Estate Parcels are two separately deeded lots of 5.35 acres and 5.65 acres. These unique parcels, while subject to a conservation easement, are allowed full building allocations per county regulations. The Puzzleface Ranch is comprised of approximately 214 acres of variable terrain ranging from sweeping pasture lands to an elevated ridge with unparalleled sight lines of the Tetons. Puzzleface Ranch is home to a 6.5-acre wildlife pond that Ducks Unlimited has called “one of the most significant waterfowl habitats in the state of Wyoming”. Puzzleface is designated by the Nature Conservancy as a “working ranch”, one of the few remaining in Jackson Hole. A trophy equestrian property, the ranch has a boarding operation in place which features multiple corrals, barn with stalls, tack rooms, large arena and round pens. There are presently two residences plus two additional office/residences on the property. The conservation easement allows for the development of an indoor arena, enlargement of most of the existing ranch buildings and construction of at least three additional homes
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.