East Jackson Building Site
885 Wheatleigh Way, Jackson, WY 83001
$1,650,000
MLS ID: 22-1792
Acres: 0.18
$1,650,000
MLS ID: 22-1792
Property Description This East Jackson building site is as far ''East'' as Jackson gets. Lot 18 is a Duplex Lot allowing for a variation of development. A duplex can be built, or a single family home with an accessory residential unit (ARU). This location promotes a walk/bike lifestyle with all of Down-Town Jackson's amenities close by. Further East of this building site is National Forrest, with the ''Nelson Switchbacks'' trail head literally across the street. Views of Snow King, Tetons, Crystal Butte and Cache Creek included in the sales price.
Marketing Name: MarketName1: E Jackson Build site
Marketing Name: MarketName2: JH Vacant Land
Documents: CC&Rs,Plat Map
Lifestyle: Outdoor Recreation,Skiing
Property Features: Adjacent Pub Land,Electric to Property,Forest Access,Natural Gas,On Paved Road,Phone to Lot Line,Year Round Access
Sewer: Public
View: Snow King,Teton View
Water: Public
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Listing courtesy of Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty
Property Details
Property Type: Vacant Land
Neighborhood/Area: Daisy Bush Addition
MLS Area: 08 - Town of Jackson
Lot Size: 0.18 Acres
Listing courtesy of Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty
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