Rise into the hills just south of Wilson and you’ll discover an elevated alpine paradise featuring resplendent views of Jackson Hole and the Grand Tetons. Large, hillside properties mark the character of this real estate subdivision among the whispering aspens and fragrant fir trees.
Indian Paintbrush properties vary from 3 to 5 acres in an isolated mountain setting. You’ll still live only a short drive from Wilson with its charming shops and restaurants, and by extension Jackson and Teton Village.
Adjacent U.S. Forest Service Land ensures privacy and incredible outdoor access and hiking. That coupled with 18 acres of dedicated open space within the development create an exclusive atmosphere at the base of Teton Pass.
The development is adjacent to U.S. Forest Service land, so residents enjoy privacy as well as easy access to great hiking and backcountry skiing. About 18 acres of the development remain dedicated open space.
History of Indian Paintbrush
Indian Paintbrush is an established subdivision created in the 1970s in the forested hills west of Fall Creek Road.
Margaret McNeely sold the land to Joseph and Vincent Aveni, who first platted it in 1977. They continued to develop the real estate of Indian Paintbrush — named for Wyoming’s state flower — in three groups until 1979.
The developers had the foresight to provide 18 acres of open space that act as an official easement to the public forestlands west of the property.
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