Location: Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Price: $8.5 million
The Skinny: Encompassed by both National Park and National Forest, the aptly-named Paintbrush Ranch displays perfectly framed mountain vistas through broad picture windows. This five-acre property sits at just the right distance from the famous Teton Range, capturing the jagged peaks in their entirety, from nearly every room in the house.
The 9,100-square-foot main house has an exposed wood frame construction that adds to the mountain vibe, and while the interior design and architecture leave a little to be desired — ahem, is that a velvet painting in the bedroom? — there’s little here that a little sprucing up couldn’t fix.
Plus, there’s space galore, with a detached three-car garage topped by a two-bedroom apartment, a one-bedroom caretaker’s cottage, and two "shop" buildings to store all the toys. The price may be hefty at $8.5 million, but that’s a major discount on the original asking price of almost $14 million.
Source: Hall and Hall.
View the original item at Curbed.com: "Jackson Hole’s Paintbrush Ranch Offers Picture-Perfect Views," by Rob Bear.
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