Like the idea of owning a mountain retreat but want your creature comforts? This wooden eco home in Wilson, Wyoming combines the two.
Located in the Jackson Hole Valley, known as the gateway to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks, the house is close to some of the most pristine wildernesses in America. But civilisation’s on your doorstep too – downtown Wilson, the area’s local hub, is just a short walk away.
The three-bedroom property resembles an old Western-style log cabin, found all over the state of Wyoming. But it’s only rustic on the outside.
Move inside, it’s light-filled and contemporary. The living space is a loft-like room with a high gabled ceiling supported by exposed wooden beams and metal rods. Views of Mount Glory in the Teton mountain range and Wyoming’s famous big skies are framed by a trio of glazed doors and a large picture window.
It’s on the market for $1.3 million via Sotheby’s International.