North of Jackson

The “North of Town” market area begins at the northerly termination of the incorporated limits of Jackson and extends northward along U.S. Highway 89 to the termination of public land in Teton County (where Teton County becomes either Grand Teton National Park or the Bridger Teton National Forest). This corridor is bracketed on the east side by Grand Teton National Park and the National Elk Refuge, and the west by the east bank of the Snake River.  Within this area, most homes exist in a six mile area extending between Jackson and the Jackson Hole Airport. Living opportunities in the North of Town area range from original condominiums and townhomes surrounding the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis golf course (at the more affordable end of the spectrum), to Snake River-fronting properties that constitute some of the largest and most expensive homes in the valley. Some of the most exceptional views in the valley are observed from this area, with the main granite spires of the Teton Range being visible from many properties. Golfers will love the Robert Trent-Jones Jr. course at the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis, which has been consistently rated by Golf Digest as Wyoming’s best course. After passing by the entrance to the Jackson Hole Airport, the northbound driver will have an approximate 20-mile drive through pristine lands of Grand Teton National Park until they encounter the next significant residential development in the Moran area. Moran is an unincorporated town located near the northerly entrance to Grand Teton National Park and eventually, Yellowstone National Park. Homes in this area range from summer cabins to luxury residences that are considered rare “inholding properties”  (private land surrounded by National Park or National Forest land).


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