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Indian Springs Ranch

Sanctuary Among the Aspens

Elizabeth Merrell

Associate Broker | The Legacy Group

307.413.1751 | elizabeth.merrell@jhsir.com | www.kengangwer.com


PROPERTY DETAILS 3230 W Eagle Crest Street, Jackson, WY 83001

7,417 Square feet 6.64 Acres Teton Views 4 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms (4 full, 2 half) Office/Study Billiards/Rec. Room Media Room & Wine Room Attached garage - 2 stalls Wrap around deck and terrace

Three Fireplaces - 2 wood burning, 1 gas Hardwood flooring (Cherry) High-end appliances Granite Countertops Central Air Conditioning Forced air heat, natural gas in floor Fire Sprinkler System Security System Landscape/Sprinkler System Multi-Media Wiring

About Indian Springs Ranch: The gated community of Indian Springs Ranch is located in the heart of the valley, halfway between the Town of Jackson and Teton Village. Large lots and low density provide privacy and also the romantic wide open rural Western feel, while remaining an easy drive to shopping, restaurants and world class skiing. Amenities include an equestrian center, numerous lakes and an extensive trail system conducive to great fly-fishing, hiking and horseback riding. There are also tennis courts and a swimming pool onsite. Indian Springs Ranch is 1,200 acres with more than 650 acres of dedicated open space that includes habitat for elk, moose, deer, trumpeter swans, eagles, osprey and other wildlife.


This Indian Springs Ranch home is a peaceful sanctuary with incredible views and convenient location. Acclaimed Jackson architect Stephen Dynia designed this contemporary, yet timeless, home in 2005. Massive windows throughout the house blur the boundaries between nature and the indoors and flood the home with natural light. Almost every room is afforded stunning Teton views. High ceilings, Montana moss rock walls and an open design give the home an airy, serene feel, while the cherry cabinets and floors emit warmth. The house is air conditioned and has forced air, as well as hydronic in-floor heating.


The floor plan was designed for entertaining, but also makes it a perfect family home with two distinct levels.


Three sets of doors lead to a large wraparound deck off the kitchen, allowing for easy access to the outdoors to entertain or soak up the solitude. Natural light from all angles makes this chef ’s kitchen the perfect place to cook a fresh meal or relax and take in the surrounding views by the wood fireplace.


The house’s material palette consists of exposed steel main supports with wood beams, wood ceilings and cherry floors in the main common area spaces. Montana Moss rock along the wall at the entry atrium, main stairway, and along the bedroom wing stairway differentiates these spaces as vertical transition areas. There is a small three-sided glassedin sitting nook directly above the main entry with picturesque Teton views.


A double-sided wood burning fireplace serves as a centerpiece and gathering spot dividing the dining room from the great room.


There is a bridge that leads to the master bedroom which serves as a partition from public to private. The master bedroom has a bonus/sitting room, a laundry facility and two large walk-in closets.


The master bath is its own oasis, with granite countertops, cherry cabinetry/floors and a steam shower.


The junior-master on the lower floor is a spacious suite with a large en-suite bath and walk in closet.


There are two additional guest rooms both with en-suite baths. The bunk room, on the lower level, provides plenty of extra sleeping space, without sacrificing any comforts.


An intimate office/den with a gas fireplace is conveniently located by the entry on the main floor. This space also enjoys views of the Tetons.

The lower level features slate tile, a wine room, a second laundry room and a bonus room currently used as a small theater. There is also a billiards room complete with a full wet bar including a fridge, sink, microwave and dishwasher.


Surrounded by mature aspen trees, this secluded home takes on the feeling of a modern, luxury treehouse in the summer. With its cedar siding and zinc roof the home blends seamlessly into the landscape. The 6.64-acre lot offers solitude and natural beauty. It also has ample room for a guest house, which can be built on the property north of the main home.


Right out the back door there is a rich habitat for elk, moose, deer, trumpeter swans, eagles, osprey and other wildlife.


Aerial Images: Lot 23 - 6.64 acres


Lot 23

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Lot 23

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INDIAN SPRINGS RANCH Between Jackson and the Snake River


18-701 Residential Active $11,500,000

3230 W EAGLE CREST ST., Jackson, WY 83001 Provided as a courtesy of

Elizabeth V. Merrell

Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty 4060 W. Lake Creek Drive Wilson, WY 83014 Office - (307) 739-8042 Cell phone - (307) 413-1751 Voice phone - (307) 739-8042 Elizabeth.Merrell@JHSIR.com http://www.kengangwer.com House Style: Total Bedrooms: Baths - Half: Main Flr SqFt: Total Sq. Ft.: Garage SqFt: Horses Allowed:

2 Story 4 2 3,054 7,417 824 No

Year Built: Baths - Full: Total Baths (# rms): BG SqFt Finished: Garage Type: Acres: # Horses Allowed:

Lot #: Flood Class: Tax Year:

Sanctuary among the Aspens 23 Unknown 2017

Possession:

Upon Recording

In-House Listing #:

County:

Teton

Ownership:

Common Name:

Area: Zoning: Ann. HOA Fee $:

2005 3 6 0 Attached 6.64 0 5 - Skyline Ranch to Sagebrush Dr Single Family 8,332

Last Major Remod: Baths - 3/4: 2nd Flr & Above SqFt: BG SqFt Unfinished: # Stalls: Lot Size:

1 4,363 0 2

Subdivision:

Indian Springs

Flood Zone: Taxes:

Unknown 43,064.82

Exclusions: Single Family

Legal Description: Lot 23 of Indian Springs Ranch, Teton County, Wyoming, according to Plat No. 757 recorded September 2, 1992 with the Clerk of Teton County, Wyoming. Public Remarks: This Indian Springs Ranch home is a peaceful sanctuary with incredible views and convenient location. Acclaimed Jackson architect Stephen Dynia designed this contemporary, yet timeless, home in 2005. Massive windows throughout the house blur the boundaries between nature and the indoors and flood the home with natural light. Almost every room is afforded stunning Teton views. High ceilings, Montana moss rock walls and an open design give the home an airy, serene feel, while the cherry cabinets and floors emit warmth. Three sets of doors lead to a large wraparound deck off the kitchen, allowing for easy access to the outdoors to entertain or soak up the solitude. A double-sided wood burning fireplace serves as a centerpiece and gathering spot in the great room. The home also has a

Water: Private (Community) Sewer: Private (Community) Basement: None Construction: Stick Built On Site Exterior: Cedar; Stone Furnished: Unfurnished Ground Flr Mstr Bdrm: Ground Flr Mst Bdrm: No Amenities: Cable; Deck; Fire Sprinkler; Garage Door Opener; Hardwood Floors; Hi-Speed Internet; Jetted Tub; Landscaped; Multi-Media Wiring; Patio; Porch; Security System; Sprinkler System; Terrace Agent Owned:

Property Features: Cable to Property; Electric to Property; Gated; On Paved Road; Phone to Property; Trees; Wooded Lot; Year Round Access Interior Trim: Cherry; Stone Hardwood Floors: Cherry Exterior Trim: Cedar; Stone Roof: Other Fireplace: Natural Gas #: 1; Wood #: 2 Air Conditioning: Central Fuel Type: Natural Gas

Heat: Forced Air Ducts; Natural Gas In Floor Appliances: Dishwasher; Disposal; Dryer; Freezer; Microwave; Range; Refrigerator; Trash Compactor; Washer Water Softener: Included Driveway: Asphalt View: Grand Teton View; Mountain View; Teton View; Scenic Special Rooms: Eat-in Kitchen; Exercise Room; Loft; Mud Room; Pantry; Storage; Study; Theater Room; Wine Cellar; Billiards Financing: 1031; Cash; Other Lifestyle: Fishing; Mountain; Outdoor Recreation; Skiing

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Seller Concessions: County:

Teton

Listing Price:

11,500,000

Ownership:

Single Family

LO: Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty Information is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. Š 2018 MLS and FBS. Prepared by Elizabeth V. Merrell on Friday, May 04, 2018 9:45 AM. The information on this sheet has been made available by the MLS and may not be the listing of the provider.


JACKSON HOLE OVERVIEW In a recent survey of Americans’ well-being, conducted by Gallup, Wyoming scored third in a poll that rated variables such as mental, physical and economic health. Utah took first place and the islands of Hawaii took second. Combined with a low state unemployment rate, Wyoming is one of few states in the nation that can boast of such health and happiness.

Jackson Hole is also one of few communities that can still be considered safe and friendly. With a low crime rate and a hospitable attitude, residents are community and civicminded. A modern hospital, an airport with daily jet service to major airline hubs, a wide array of stores, wine shops and restaurants all offer the big-city comforts anyone could want, but without big-city attitude.

Jackson is one of the most scenic areas in the United States offering limitless opportunities to explore or to just sit back and enjoy the views. With Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks at its doorstep, 97% of the lands in and around Jackson Hole are permanently protected as conservation easements or as National Forest and BLM lands. It is comforting to know that today’s scenery will be preserved for future generations to come.

To top off the benefits of Jackson and Wyoming - there is no state income tax.

Nestled in the center of the valley, the Town of Jackson keeps the Old-West alive with its wooden sidewalks, historic Town Square and buildings. But Jackson welcomes newcomers as well – like the Center for the Arts and an array of new cosmopolitan restaurants and galleries. The arts scene continues to thrive, with gallery shows, movies, film festivals, live music and comedy, theater performances, and a steady stream of special exhibits at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

TETON COUNTY STATS • • • •

Teton County Population, 2000 - 18,251 Teton County Population, 2012 - 21,393 Teton County – 2,705,676 acres Elevation – 6,209 ft.

• Elevation of Grand Teton – 13,770 ft. • Valley dimensions, 60 miles long by 20 miles wide • Teton County consistently ranked top 5 in mean adjusted gross income per tax return in the past 8 years.

JACKSON HOLE SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY 185 WEST BROADWAY JACKSON, WYOMING 888.733.9009 | JHSIR.com


WYOMING TAXES TAX BENEFITS OF OWNERSHIP IN JACKSON HOLE There are numerous reasons why those who live in Jackson Hole have chosen to have their primary residences here. Some of those reasons are emotional, such as the sheer beauty of the natural surroundings and the overall quality of life. Other reasons are more practical in scope and include Wyoming’s overall tax-climate benefits, when compared to all other states. For years, Bloomberg has rated Wyoming as the most taxfriendly state in the United States. Here are the 10 top tax benefits offered by Brian Jones, a senior vice president at Bank of Jackson Hole. 1. No state income tax: With no state tax on personal or corporate income, “you have more disposable income,” Jones says. 2. Dynasty trusts: In Wyoming, you can shield your real estate from federal estate taxes for up to 1,000 years through a dynasty trust. “You can establish a trust in Wyoming for the benefit of your family or other beneficiaries,” Jones says. “You can transfer your real estate into a limited liability company or family partnership and then put that into the “dynasty trust”. As a result, multiple generations can make use of and enjoy the property, without having to pay estate taxes or worse, having to sell the property in order to pay the taxes. A key point to remember: The trust must be administered in Wyoming.

5. No tax on out-of-state retirement income: “A lot of people in Jackson Hole use Wyoming as a second home,” Jones says. “They have retirement income that comes from other states where they may be a resident. Wyoming doesn’t tax that retirement income that’s earned outside of Wyoming, which is certainly beneficial.” 6. Low property taxes: “Wyoming has very low property taxes compared to other states,” Jones says. “The taxes that you do pay here are based on the assessed value of the property.” 7. No excise taxes: When you fill up your car or buy groceries in Wyoming, you won’t pay any state tax on either. 8. No tax on mineral ownership; “A lot of states charge owners a tax on their mineral ownership, but Wyoming does not,” Jones says. “If you own minerals, you won’t pay a tax on it like you would your home”. 9. No intangible taxes: Wyoming doesn’t make you pay a tax on financial assets like stocks and bonds. 10. No tax on the sale of real estate.

3. No inheritance tax or estate tax: “Wyoming repealed its estate tax as of January 1, 2005,” Jones says. 4. No state gift tax: “Somebody who owns property in Wyoming can ‘gift’ that real estate to their heirs without having to worry about paying a state gift tax,” Jones says.

JACKSON HOLE SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY 185 WEST BROADWAY JACKSON, WYOMING 888.733.9009 | JHSIR.com


WILDLIFE & NATURAL BEAUTY CONSERVATION Did you know that only 3% of Teton County, Wyoming, is privately owned? This leaves 97 percent of Jackson Hole’s land protected as national parks and forests, so it’s easy to assume that elk, mule deer, antelope and other key wildlife species have plenty of room to roam between their winter and summer stomping grounds.

The Land Trust and The Nature Conservancy are on a mission to protect enough open space for the Yellowstone region’s wildlife to get where they need to go. Through conservation easements and other land-preservation tools, they are working acre by acre to protect important terrain ensuring our valley maintains it’s visually spectacular character and remains open for wildlife.

Jackson Hole is part of a much bigger, scientifically important region, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and the tiny 3 percent of land here that is privately owned is part of a network of critical migration corridors through the ecosystem.

Jackson Hole is very finite in terms of real estate. The scarcity of remaining available land and limited land development going into the future, ensures the character and openness of our valley will always remain.

JACKSON HOLE SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY 185 WEST BROADWAY JACKSON, WYOMING 888.733.9009 | JHSIR.com


THE LEGACY GROUP

Ken W. Gangwer • Associate Broker Brett Frantz • Associate Broker Elizabeth Merrell • Associate Broker Please contact Elizabeth Merrell for more details. 307.413.1751 | elizabeth.merrell@jhsir.com | www.kengangwer.com

Sanctuary Among the Aspens  

Indian Springs Ranch - Jackson Hole, WY.

Sanctuary Among the Aspens  

Indian Springs Ranch - Jackson Hole, WY.

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