• Complimentary access to the nearby Teton Sports Club
Nestled by a brook amidst the pine trees, this recently renovated unit offers quiet seclusion. The entry way greets guests with wildlife art, a painted bench, wood paneling and tiled floors. Immediately to the left lies the lower bedroom complete with lodge pole pine twin beds, which can be conveniently converted to a king. A twig moose bust presides over the pine nightstand and dresser, mirror and closet. Down the hall, a bath with an antler theme features chocolate tiles around a shower/tub. The vanity faces the washer dryer. The great room includes the kitchen, living and dining areas under a cathedral ceiling with updated furnishings and local landscape photographs. The open kitchen, features tile backsplash, quartz countertops, and modern appliances. In the adjoining living area the mountain-elk covered sofa and loveseat are flanked by pine side tables, facing a rock fireplace. Adjacent to the fireplace, is a built in bench and window seat, upholstered in southwest fabric, overlooking the Tetons. This is a cozy place to read a book, have a cup of tea, or watch the mountains. Area rugs line the floor, while antique snowshoes crisscross the wood wall. A trunk, containing hide a bed linens, doubles as a coffee table. A chandelier, capped with iron pinecones and glass shades graces the dining area for six. A TV, blue ray player, and stereo invite relaxing. Sliding glass doors open to a private deck for grilled dinners on the BBQ, while you enjoy the western sun. Take the telescope to the deck and view the Grand Teton, or watch the stars. In winter watch snow cats groom for tomorrow’s fun, the lights of mountain restaurants, and enjoy views of Rendezvous Bowl.
Upstairs, in the loft, a den offers a sofa, two chairs, and an antler side table. There is a second TV with DVD/VHS player, and an assortment of children’s movies. A separate bedroom features a pine framed queen bed, 2 nightstands, dresser and closet. An artist’s wildlife sketches decorate one wall, while Native American artifacts and artwork the other walls. There is a hall, pinecone themed, bath with tile tub/shower surrounds.
Just beyond the charming footbridge are a playground, open space, and short walk to the Aspen’s gourmet grocery, a well-stocked liquor store, Teton Sports club, Teton Pines Golf Course, beloved restaurants (one Austrian, one Japanese), a bustling coffeehouse, a UPS store, as well as other conveniences. The Aspens sits a quick 5 miles south of Teton Village.
*Please note that this unit is available for lodging only. Gatherings that exceed the maximum occupancy of this unit are prohibited.
Additional amenities include: sofabed, rating: standard, stories: 2, pools: ts club, summer only, deck: one, laundry: in-unit, number of beds: 5, hot tub: teton sports club.TripAdvisor property ID 2436909...Read more
“This condo lived up to its description on the website”
Left on 02/14/2013 for a stay in July 2012 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Feb 14, 2013Stayed Jul 2012
We were a group of 4 woman in our late 30's in tow for a wedding. This condo worked out perfectly. Location is great, walking distance to grocery store, coffee shop and gym. Minutes from downtown Jackson. I would highly recommend this condo.
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