This week, the spotlight is on the Town of Jackson.
What’s the appeal of living here?
- Walking distance to the Town Square
- Great for those who like the amenities of town
- A large number of popular restaurants and hotels
- Close the main grocery stores
- Located at the base of Snow King Mountain (hiking, mountain biking, skiing, etc)
- Cache Creek Trails and Elk Refuge nearby
- Bike path thru town and out to Teton Village, South of Town, Grand Teton National Park and more
One of our Century 21 JH Fine Homes & Estates Listings
Real Estate Market Update
Click here to see what’s currently on the market in the area.
What sold in 2017?
Under $1M: 38 town homes + 33 condos + 31 single family homes + 3 multifamily
$1-3M: 5 town homes + 2 condos + 23 single family homes
$3-5M: 1 single family home
$5M+: No recorded sold prices
10 building sites sold (recorded prices between $385K - $1.4M)
What sold in 2018?
Under $1M: 47 town homes + 31 condos + 25 single family homes
$1-3M: 8 town homes + 7 condos + 37 single family homes + 2 multifamily
$3-5M: 2 single family homes
$5M+: 2 single family homes
9 building sites sold (recorded prices between $504K - $1.4M)
A few of our favorite spots in town...
via The Anvil Hotel
The Anvil Hotel: An exceptionally designed boutique hotel by Brooklyn based firm, Studio Tack. Glorietta, the hotel’s restaurant, is known for their crafty cocktails and a creative Italian menu with a focus on wood fired pizzas and homemade pastas. Here you will find an atmosphere that is reminiscent of a family-run mountainside trattoria in Italy.
King Sushi: A local favorite. Incredible sushi and Japanese-style street food in a renovated historic log cabin. Daily happy hour from 4:30-6PM.
Persephone Bakery via Conde Nast
Persephone: The go-to morning spot with coffee, breakfast, pastries, etc.
Healthy Being Cafe & Juicery: If you’re wanting to go a healthier route. Organic cold-pressed juices, smoothies, meals and cleanses.
Snake River Grill: A top of the line steak house that is consistent and delicious. Best of the best in Jackson Hole.
Bin22: A speak easy located in the back of a wine shop inspired by the owner’s time spent in Tuscany. Buy a bottle of wine and head to the back to enjoy it with small European style plates.
Rendezvous Bistro: For oysters, wine, french inspired cuisine and an overall amazing dining experience.
Local: A contemporary take on a Jackson steakhouse. Perfect spot to grab a burger or have a nice steak dinner with friends. Go to the bar before or after dinner. Another local favorite.
Palate: Lunch with a view overlooking the Elk Refuge at the National Wildlife Museum of Art’s Restaurant.
via Palate at The National Museum of Wildlife Art
New spots to try...
The Phoenix and The Dragon: An Asian inspired restaurant serving bold, flavorful cuisine. The design is reason enough to go check it out.
via The Phoenix and The Dragon
Suda: “The people behind Sudachi are opening a Japanese restaurant at 140 N. Cache on January 24th. The food will be different from Sudachi though. A lot of meat, some sashimi and no sushi. Suda is inspired by the Japanese Izakaya, a place where people gather after work to eat and drink, often sharing food. Personal grills will be brought to the table so customers can cook their choice of beef. Suda will be a very hands on experience. It will be a very lively type of dining.” - JH News and Guide
Roadhouse: In-house brewed craft beers and imaginative cuisine meet for an awesome roadhouse experience.
Momo Shack: Nepali food, thai dishes and other international cuisine.
via Roadhouse Pub & Eatery
via The Anvil Hotel
Information is to the best of our knowledge provided by TBOR MLS