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Elk Refuge Enclave

Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes

This recently completed home, directly across from the National Elk Refuge, is a statement in elegant simplicity, rendered in the style of Mid-century Modernism.  The home’s modest scale and thoughtful architectural details afford a subtle gateway to its East Jackson neighborhood.  The lines between interior and exterior volumes are blurred by the use of identical materials inside and out. The absence of interior dividing walls and the large screened porch—complete with a sunken spa and fire-pit—lend spaciousness to the home’s constrained footprint.  The intentionally unmanicured landscaping ties the property seamlessly into the Elk Refuge. The location offers long views across the Jackson Hole valley. The home site and the home’s architecture are beautifully complemented by the interior design and exquisite furnishings from the owner’s extensive mid-century artwork and furniture collection.

Features

  • 1,620 square feet home
  • Overlooks the National Elk Refuge
  • 385 square foot screened-in porch
  • 355 square foot garage

Professionals

Interior Design
Darren Brown | darrenbrown.com

Architecture
Studio 250 Design
AM/MOR Architecture | studio250design.com

Construction
Jackson Hole Contracting  | jacksonholecontracting.com

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