The Jackson, Wyo., property has announced phases one and two of the new residential offering, which is comprised of 63 units bordered by the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Snake River. Property owners will enjoy the club’s amenities, which include a Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course, fly fishing, hiking trails, equestrian facilities, archery, and more.
Snake River Sporting Club in Jackson, Wyo., recently announced Phases I and II of “The Lodges,” an exclusive new offering comprised of 63 units bordered by the Bridger-Teton National Forest to the east and the Snake River to the west.
These properties are covered under Teton County’s resort zoning, allowing owners to place their property into short-term property management when they are not being used by the owners. Amenities offered at Snake River Sporting Club include world class golf on a Tom Weiskopf-designed championship course, fly-fishing along the Snake River, hiking trails to be traveled by foot or mountain bike, equestrian facilities, archery and shooting clays, and more.
Inspired by the mountain modern aesthetic, the three designs currently planned for the initial phase of “The Lodges” include:
• Caddis Court: 5 bedroom, 4 ½ bath, two-story homes with beautiful views located in the center of the development. The Caddis Court homes also offer 2 ½ car garages and 3,741 sq. ft. of indoor living space. Heavy timber lodge-style beam work, rustic plank flooring, and river rock complete a contemporary palette that is still very much of the West. A generous outdoor deck creates the extended family living spaces.
• Fairway Cabins: The perfect vacation home with 4 equal master bedroom suites and 4 ½ bathrooms within 2,626 sq. ft. of indoor space. The Fairway Cabins have an open floor plan with lock off capability that will provide additional flexibility for the rental market. The site is located on the 11th fairway of the acclaimed Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course, which looks out towards the Snake River Range.
• Astoria Cabins: Attractive 3 bedroom, 3 ½ bath homes within 2,287 sq. ft. designed with modern construction featuring tall glass windows that allow winter and summer sun to stream into the residence. This mountain modern design has an ingenious floor plan that allows owners or visiting tenants to lock off a bedroom, creating flexible options for space and sleeping arrangements. Heaven-scraping windows beneath modern, clean-lined roofs pattern the warm interiors with the shifting shadows of conifers and clouds. The wizening patina of reclaimed barn wood harkens to the West’s defiant individuality.