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Moose Creek 9
JHRL - Moose Creek #9, Ski-in/Ski-out + Hot Tub
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3.5 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 8
- Location: Teton Village
- Type: Condo
- Rating: Luxury
Property OverviewMoose Creek #9
Bedding: King, King, Two Twins., Sofabed
Square Footage: 2600
Fine art greets guests throughout Moose Creek Townhome 9 with original work from many distinguished Western artists including Barbara Van Cleve, Tom Mangelsen, Bill Sawczuk, and Katherine Turner. The relaxed tone is set for an artful experience of slope-side luxury.
This townhome pairs elegant, Western comfort with convenience and privacy. On the main floor, a cathedral ceiling soars above an open floor plan. The great room is anchored by a towering fireplace and window walls with views of the magnificent Rendezvous Mountain. Pull-down shades insure cozy privacy when desired. The gourmet kitchen features stainless steel appliances, dark granite countertops, All Clad cookware, and a full assortment of quality glassware and china. Original photographs and paintings inspire you with the majesty of the western landscape. A breakfast bar, overlooking the kitchen, seats three, while the adjacent, rustic timber dining table comfortably seats eight underneath a huge Mangelsen photo of the Tetons and a Barbara Van Cleve photograph of a cowboy under the night stars. The living area includes a sofa, three plush armchairs, a roomy barn-wood coffee table, a big flat screen TV, and DVD player. Glass doors open onto a patio with a gas grill, patio table, chairs and hot tub. Another set of French doors open to a covered balcony with its own table and outdoor shaded seating area.
The main-floor guest suite features a wooden-panel king bed, a comfy plush armchair and ottoman, large bureau, large closet, Western photographs and decor, a window framing the mountain view across the valley, a slate-tiled ensuite bathroom, and a Wi-Fi streaming flat screen TV.
The third-floor offers an incredibly spacious and private master bedroom with lodge-pole pine king bed, matching bureau, an antique work table, bronze elk and moose lamps, and a walk-in closet. A roomy, ensuite slate-tiled bath includes a double vanity, tub and glass shower. French doors open to a sunny, rooftop private deck with views across the valley. Bedroom windows look uphill towards the mountain. Art accents include several photographs of native Americans and a magnificent, large Mangelsen photo of Teton wildlife.
The ground floor features a garage, laundry room and a bedroom with two twin beds, a large closet, bureau, a Wi-Fi streaming flat screen TV and an ensuite slate-tiled bathroom.
A mudroom between the first and main floors provides a place to sequester wet coats, complete with a bench for comfortably taking off boots.
Moose Creek Townhomes are a short stroll away from the boutiques, bars, restaurants, and ski shops that make Teton Village a bustling place to be year-round. Nestled at the base of Rendezvous Mountain on the southern end of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, this townhome is literally steps away from the Moose Creek chairlift, making it truly ski-in, ski-out. A frequent shuttle links guests with the rest of the resort base area (also within walking distance).
This unit is available for lodging only. Gatherings that exceed the maximum occupancy of this unit are prohibited.
PLEASE NOTE: This Moose Creek Townhome does not come with access to the nearby Sundance Tennis and Swim Club!!
Mountain weather is variable and unpredictable. Resort conditions and ski access may be weather and snow dependent.
Amenities & Features
- Number of Beds: 5
- Complex: Moose Creek
- Hot Tub: Private
- Fireplace: Fireplace
- Bedding 1: King
- Bedding 2: King
- Bedding 3: 2 Twin
- Extra Bedding: Sofa Sleeper
- Skiing: Slopeside
- Laundry: In-unit
- Parking Spaces: 2
- Stories: 3
- Grill/BBQ: Gas Grill
- Firewood: Provided (winter)
We enjoyed our time there. #9 was clean, comfortable and provided family dinners and gatherings. My only suggestion would be don't come to fix things while rented out. Like a broken fan that we didn't know was broken nor used it.
Carolyn B. :: Tuesday, July 24, 2018