10 Fabulously Expensive Homes for Sale in Wyoming! By
While it may be under the radar to some, Wyoming’s natural bounty and un-matched ruggedness are especially appealing to those with a fat wallet and inkling for solitude. From the Edens of Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, to windswept stretches of plains, snow drifts and sandstone, each corner of the state has a unique topography. But jet-setting nature lovers tend to amass near the renowned Jackson Hole area, at the foot of Grand Teton.
This $28 million property encapsulates the modern-without-being-gaudy aesthetic so suitable to Jackson. There’s 12,000 square-feet of sleekness offset by the warmth of conifers and pristine greenery: A merging of golf course and alpine meadow. As with any mega-luxury home in the area, the 40-acre footprint is that of hip ski lodge, with entertainment and office technology entwined in warm woods and framed with plenty of windows overlooking the Tetons. This oasis is that perfect semblance of creature comforts, not far from actual creatures.
This incredible, four-bedrooms and five bathroom nearly $8 million home is a true escape. Situated one of Jackson Hole most unique properties, this Old World-style home overlooks gorgeous swan ponds and the Teton Pines Golf Course. Enjoy immaculate floor-to-ceiling windows, custom lighting and cabinetry, a custom corner bar, a stack-stoned wood-burning fireplace, and much more.
As Zillow describes it, this $15.7 million home offers countless views that are worthy of a landscape painting. It’s that beautiful. This English-style manor is wrapped up in vines, towers above a glistening pond, and features a garden sprinkled with hummingbirds. This four-bed, eight-bath home is something straight from a fairytale.
A stone’s-throw from Yellowstone National Park, and home to renowned fishing, incomparable scenery and pristine outdoor recreation, this massive $23.35 million property is as much a family oasis as a millionaire’s retreat. Six individual homes of modernized-cabin styling dot the landscape, totaling 60,000 square-feet of living space, all with direct access to nature’s best without straying far from luxurious accommodations. This unique homestead is that vacation home within a vacation: almost too good to be true.
This new property is just that. Not only are the amenities pristine and top-of-the-line, the entire $18.9 million property has never been lived-in. Just as its picturesque surroundings, this stone and steel home is truly untouched, if not entirely unmolested. Like so many promising properties in the Jackson area, Horse Creek melds the privacy and sanctuary of being off-the-grid, with the luxurious amenities and vistas of a five-star resort. Outdoorsman or hedge-funders alike will gravitate to its indoor shooting range, theater and modern kitchen.
This $17.5 million “home” (seems too quaint a word) is perhaps more a stereotypical mountain mansion. But never before has stereotypical been so welcome. Ensconced in river rock and immaculate craftsmanship, entrances akin to a Four Seasons in Aspen greet the homeowner. Pleasantly amalgamating the rugged and the ritzy, the uber-modern aesthetic is threaded throughout, merging steel and stone, conjuring images of visiting chic dignitaries or gaudy entertainers and their entourage. If James Bond were to be stationed in Jackson, this would be his not so low-key hideout.
This 88-acre lot perfectly exudes the charm of a romanticized pioneer west—of inimitable rusticity and unadulterated ruggedness. And this isn’t only due to the property’s encirclement of mountains: the home is nearly a century old. The $12.9 million 7,000-square foot luxury-cabin home (and accompanying guest house) merges the quaint remembrances of the past (potbelly stoves, local log structure, stone and fireplaces) with all the necessary creature comforts worthy of an eight-figure price tag.
This $12.5 million impressive stone and sleek-log compound is that perfect mix of manicured Jackson Hole opulence and authentic Wyoming wilds. The ideal property for both luxurious R&R and well-earned isolation, the gated community guards a four-acre nucleus of supreme comfort and immersion in nature. The theater, exercise room, and hot tub are great chasers to a day awash in viewing elk, hiking, or shopping in swank Teton Village. With a thousand square-feet for each year of its life, this high-end mountain retreat will always be a dream-house.
The Amangani Resort in Jackson is a spa/resort retreat, known for world-class amenities and service within unmatched scenery. The $11.75 million, nearly 12,000-square foot piece-of-art offshoot, Petit Aman, is designed with the same aesthetic: modern, but welcomingly warm, foreign in its stylish cleanness, but approachable with local stone-and-pine flair. Like the resort from which it’s spawned, this dream getaway toes the line between formal, almost Scandinavian designs, with warmth brought from artistic and natural flourishes. In essence, this is a personal (or family) mini-resort, an amalgam of both the real and idealized West.
For any luxury property worth its price-tag, land is the real gem. Especially in Wyoming, a picturesque bounty (and its implied isolation) is the only important asset. Encircled by Land Trust and BLM property, this $11.5 million, 4,600-square-foot high-mountain retreat is ensured a building-free and wildlife-laden panorama for the foreseeable future. A stone’s-throw from one of the most popular resorts in the world (Jackson Hole), and ensconced by some of the most beautiful mountain skylines in the nation (the Tetons), this cowboy mansion perfectly melds roughin’ it and sittin’ pretty.