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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 wood burning fireplace off of the kitchen and a gas fireplace in the office on the lower level. 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 that allow privacy.
The lower level features slate tile, a wine 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.
The home has four bedrooms, each with a full bath. There are two half baths, one on each level. The master suite includes one of the two laundry facilities, and a bonus room currently used for yoga.
Surrounded by mature aspen trees, the home is secluded and in the summer takes on the feeling of a modern luxury treehouse. With its cedar siding and zinc roof, it 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.