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Contemporary Home in Jackson Hole Mountain

This is an aerial view of the back of the house with an abundance of glass walls facing the sweeping view of the valley. These are complemented by the grass lawns and surrounding tall trees. Image courtesy of

There is a Contemporary-style home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming eight hundred feet above the valley floor and built into the hillside with mountain and valley views. This is now on the market priced at $15 million.

The house that is made of concrete and glass is measured at 6,489 square feet with four bedrooms, six bathrooms, three levels, floor-to-ceiling windows, a double-sided fireplace, a gourmet kitchen, dressing room, a two-person office, and an entertainment room with wet bar. The house also has a guest level with its own sitting area with a fireplace and views.

This contemporary house in one of the country’s top ski resort destinations is listed under Christie’s International Real Estate.

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming has been one of the country’s top ski resort destinations since Americans first began strapping runners to their boots in the early 20th century. Located near the border of Idaho and close to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the valley was originally used by trappers and hunters followed later by homesteaders.

It is home to the largest elk population in the world and also the largest airport in the state, a good location to begin exploration of the area. Spectacular views of snowcapped mountains, skiing, hiking, adventure on the Snake River, great shopping, fun nightlife and a variety of restaurants to experience, Jackson Hole is popular for vacation homes as well as full-time residents.

Eight hundred feet above the valley floor and built into the hillside with mountain and valley views, is this contemporary home on over four private acres. With 6,489 square feet of living space, the house is set back into the hill, protected by the elements surrounded with stands of aspen, sage and large expanses of outdoor living space.

Built in 2001 of Kota stone imported from India, concrete and glass, the home has four bedrooms, six baths on three tiered levels. All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the breeze and sweeping views of the Yellowstone Caldera volcanic fields and Teton Mountain Range to the north and Sleeping Indian Mountains to the east.

The main level has a double-sided fireplace, gourmet kitchen and entertainment room with wet bar and media cabinet. The master floor has bedroom, bath, dressing room and two-person office. The guest level has its own sitting area with fireplace and views from all rooms. This elegant contemporary close to Spring Creek Resort is priced at $15 million.