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Teton Pines

Live in a luxurious community surrounding a celebrated golf course designed by the legendary Arnold Palmer and Ed Seay. Real estate at Teton Pines, one of the most established golf communities in Jackson Hole, includes everything from impressive single-family homes to smaller cluster homes and townhomes.

Views of the Grand Teton and the Teton Range soar above this inviting 360-acre development, of which 200 acres will always remain tantalizingly open. Another 150 acres adjacent to Teton Pines will also remain undeveloped, offering you clear views of the Tetons in perpetuity.

The remarkable par 72 golf course at Teton Pines has 45 acres of ponds and streams, making it a draw to wildlife ranging from moose and deer to swans and sandhill cranes. It’s so rife with wildlife, in fact, that the Audubon Society named the area a “Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary.”

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Not a golfer? You won’t feel left out. Teton Pines also has eight outdoor tennis courts including clay and latexite hard courts. Five even convert to indoor courts so you don’t lose your touch over the winter.

If you’d prefer to be outside during the winter, the country club has a respected nordic skiing center. The center offers daily grooming of 16 km of track wide enough to ski side-by-side with a friend or spouse.

Or you can head 5 minutes up the road to the #1 ski resort in the country, according to Forbes Magazine. And a complimentary shuttle service will even make it easy to get there. Jackson Hole Mountain Resort will amaze you with its sheer size, snowfall and variety of terrain.

Residents of Teton Pines enjoy easy access to grocery shopping, gyms, coffee shops and more at the Westside office and shopping complex, but if you need more Jackson is still only 10 minutes away.

History of Teton Pines

In 1981, a group of developers including the principal developer of the Jackson Hole Racquet Club raised $5 million by selling limited partnership interests to purchase and develop the land where Teton Pines now resides.

Planning and approval took two years and and building the course and the subdivision’s infrastructure took another three years.

The plan to pre-sell real estate at Teton Pines fell apart during this time as interest rates skyrocketed to 20 percent and the U.S. economy shuddered through dual recessions. The brakes-slamming recessions almost did the development in.

However, businessman Corwin Denney stopped in the area in 1986 while flying through to New York on his private jet. While refueling, he followed a lead to check out Teton Pines.

Denney and his wife soon owned a cluster home in the new subdivision. He then organized a group of investors to infuse the development with enough capital to finish its aggressive buildout — and give Denney and company a controlling interest in Teton Pines.

By June 1987, Teton Pines hosted its grand opening with 197 new homesites. Golf Digest called the golf course one of the top three new resorts in the U.S. when it opened.

Sales caught fire for the subdivision in 1993 and 1994, when more than 100 properties shifted to new owners.

Now, it enjoys the reputation of a well-respected and established subdivision.

Contact JH Property Group to find the perfect Teton Pines home.

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