Nothing like it in Downtown Jackson Hole!
Three blocks from the Town Square and two blocks from Snow King, this 3-unit contemporary Nona Yehia-designed residence on the corner of King and Kelly offers a main home with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, hydronically-heated concrete floors, clerestory entry way, gas fireplace, private hot tub with deck, upstairs living with stunning views of Snow King, Cache Creek and High School Butte to the west.
An attached two-car garage with high ceilings allows for abundant storage as well as full height storage rooms below the garage. The fenced yard with gas fire pit is perfect for cool summer nights or warming up in the winter. And the property has its own technical, snow load engineered greenhouse for growing plants and food year-round. The two accessory units offer rental income or extra space to house extended family or guests. Attached to the main building is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom accessory residential unit on the garden level. An additional detached studio/one-bedroom with its own two-car garage has its own access off the alley to the north. $3,900,000 MLS 20-3157
2020 Prugh Real Estate Snapshot
Total Transactions: 105
Total Sales Volume: $ 230,476,458
Average Sales Price: $ 2,328,044
Sales Per Day: $ 786,609
1 Sale Every 2.79 Days
*As of October 20, 2020
This summer, campgrounds across the country are seeing spikes in visitation because of the pandemic. RV sales and rentals are skyrocketing as families seek to venture out of their homes while staying safe. Camping has been named a lower-risk activity and more and more people are seeking out outdoor recreation experiences for their summer vacations. Since Jackson Hole is prime camping location, we are here to share our Top 5 Jackson Hole Campgrounds with you.
Atherton Creek Campground, Bridger-Teton National Forest
A 21-site campground located on the bank of Lower Slide Lake, approximately 30 minutes from the Town of Jackson. This handicap accessible campground features a boat ramp, sites for tent and RV camping, picnic tables, vault toilets, and drinking water. Given its proximity to Jackson, some locals will make a daytrip to Slide Lake to paddleboard, canoe, or go fishing. For more information, click here.
Lizard Creek Campground, Grand Teton National Park
The Lizard Creek campground is 11 miles south of Yellowstone and eight miles north of Colter Bay Village in Grand Teton National Park providing easy access to both parks. The campsites are in a spruce and fir forest on the shores of Jackson Lake. All sites at Lizard Creek are “first-come, first-served.” For more information, click here.
East Table Campground, Snake River Canyon
East Table Campground features 19 single-family sites overlooking the Snake River Canyon only 30 minutes south of Jackson. This is a great basecamp, if you plan to go rafting on the river. Arrive early to snag a spot, as all the Bridger-Teton campgrounds are on a “first come, first served basis.” For more information, click here.
Turpin Meadow Campground, Bridger-Teton National Forest
The picturesque Turpin Meadow Campground is located 17 miles East of the Moran, WY Junction on the Buffalo Valley Road. Its prime location between Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park make for a great spot for multi-day excursions. Turpin Meadow Campground is outfitted with 14 standard campsites, 4 pull through sites, 2 double-unit vault restrooms, and 1 single-unit vault restroom. For more information, click here.
Granite Creek Campground, Bridger-Teton National Forest
Nestled along the scenic Granite Creek, this campground boasts 51 sites. Granite Falls is a short walk north of the campground, and about 0.7 miles north of the campground is the Granite Hot Springs Pool. Multiple hiking trails are nearby. No reservations necessary, as all of the Bridger-Teton campgrounds are on a “first-come, first served basis.” Granite Creek Campground is located 33 miles, 48 minutes south from the town of Jackson, Wyoming. For more information, click here.
Remember to stay safe by wearing a mask when you can’t maintain 6 feet distance between others, and check with local entities ahead of your trip to get the latest information on the area’s public health status and regulations.
During these uncertain times, it’s more important than ever that we as locals do our part in supporting the many small businesses that make Jackson Hole such a special place to call home. With tourism declining in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, our local businesses need our patronage in order to keep their doors open and their employees on the payroll. The Prugh Real Estate team is 100% on board with this effort, even as we work from home and practice physical distancing. You too can make an impact from the convenience of your home!
Restaurants are making it as easy as possible to order takeout with online ordering, contact-free curbside pickup, and some even offering free (or low cost) local delivery.
Here’s How You Can Help
- Buy gift certificates online from your favorite local stores and restaurants. You can spend them later, or gift them to a friend or loved one as a way of saying “thanks!”
- Order takeout from local restaurants. Here’s an up-to-date list of restaurants that are open for business. Don’t forget to tip!
- Send a Quarantine Box to a friend or colleague like these from MADE and Mountain Dandy. Local and out of town delivery available.
- Sign-up for a weekly box of Local Love subscription featuring fresh produce from Vertical Harvest, meats from Bovine & Swine, baked goods from Persephone Bakery.
- Give a donation to a local nonprofit organization. They need our support, too.
Jackson’s business community is going above and beyond to meet the evolving needs of the local population by offering online alternatives to their regular services – from online yoga and workout regimens to free programming to entertain our children during spring break. We’re in this together. Let’s rally hard to keep Jackson Hole’s small businesses viable.
Jackson Hole’s “off-season” comes with perks for locals and visitors alike. As tourism wanes from the summer months, many restaurants in the valley offer shoulder season discounts while showing their support for the community’s nonprofit organizations (think: dining out for a cause).
Here’s a roundup of our favorite off-season dining deals:
Pizzeria Caldera: 2-fer Everyday: Buy one 12-inch pizza and get your second for $2. That $2 will go to the three local non-profits Pizzeria Caldera is supporting with your help. Special is available for dine-in or carry out.
Orsetto Italian Bar and Eatery: Starting October 1, buy one entrée, get the second for $2. The $2 will support a local nonprofit.
Blue Lion: Two-for-one entrees start Wednesday, October 23. Closed on Tuesdays through December 3.
Trio: Two-for-one dinner entrees will be available nightly, October 21-November 16. Mention the deal to your server. Closing November 17-December 4.
Rendezvous Bistro: Buy one entrée during dinner and get the second for $2, now through November 24. The $2 will be donating to a rotating local nonprofit. Closed Sundays and Mondays in November.
Gather: Two-for-one entrees start October 21. Must mention the deal to your server.
Since a number of restaurants will close for a period of time during the fall, we highly recommend calling in advance to avoid disappointment.