Indian Springs was developed in 1992 after its acquisition as vacant land by nationally-recognized developer Gerald T. Halpin. The 1,200 acre parcel of land was developed into 41 lots, leaving the balance of this land as preserved open space. Boyles Hill is located at the southern end of the development and allowed the creation of several lots with superlative elevated views of the Tetons. The gated road system of the subdivision provides residents of the development the ability to bypass the intersection of Highway 22 and Broadway when heading to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, the only such travel route that currently exists. The combination of superb views and privacy that offers both proximity to the town of Jackson and a 15 minute drive to the base of North America’s best skiing facilitated this development being named one of the top 10 private communities in the United States by Forbes Magazine. Vacant land in the area of Indian Springs typically ranges from $2,000,000 to $3,000,000, with improved properties most often ranging from the mid-seven figures to low eight figures.