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Indian Springs Ranch

At Indian Springs Ranch, you’ll discover a private and pristine paradise scant minutes from the town of Jackson. You’ll find real estate where you can sip your morning coffee on a deck overlooking the sprawling Snake River Plain and Spring Creek meadows; homesites nestled among whispering aspen trees with Teton views; and even indulgently large wooded lots with private creeks burbling by.

This exclusive community on 1,200 acres will make you feel like you’re living on a private ranch with its unsparing lot sizes and 500 open acres that will always remain shielded from future development.

For additional information on Indian Springs Ranch, please contact JH Property Group.

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Adding to the natural serenity of Indian Springs, homeowners within the gated community get exclusive access to:

     – A clubhouse where you can host parties and gatherings
     – Tennis courts
     – A swimming pool
     – Stables
     – Private fishing
     – Private hiking and riding trails

History of Indian Springs subdivision

The gorgeous land that all Indian Springs real estate sits on used to belong to the state of Wyoming. It went by Boyle’s Hill at the time.

Locals used the area frequently for hiking, fishing and swimming at the bewitching ponds on the south edge of the property. Also for cross-country skiing, horseback riding and other escapes into nature close to town.

The highway department even used the ponds as a source of gravel for road construction.

But in 1991, the state of Wyoming sold about 650 acres encompassing Boyle’s Hill known as the “school section” in a rare public lands auction. Until that time, the Brown family, owners of Brown Ranch, had leased the land from the state. Under normal circumstances, they would have had first right of refusal to buy it.

But the the State Board of Land Commissioners justified the auction because the price of the land had risen sharply. Beyond that, local and national interest surged for the rare chunk of prime real estate including a paradisiacal wooded hill gushing with natural springs and flanked by stunning swan ponds.

Rumors swirled about movie stars and billionaires coming to bid on the property. But in the end, only one qualified bidder showed up and purchased the land for about $5 million.

The Halpin family, who also own the magnificent Lost Creek guest ranch in north Jackson Hole, won the auction and combined the land with the Brown Ranch nextdoor. The Browns held on to around 47 acres of the property, including their original ranch buildings that overlook a spacious agrarian meadow now protected as open space.

By 1992, Indian Springs Ranch came to life as a fully platted real estate haven for the elite.

For additional information on Indian Springs Ranch, please contact JH Property Group.

 

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