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Location: Teton Village
Property OverviewDeluxe Rated -
Bedding: 1 King, 1 King, 2 twins, 2 twins, 1 queen
Approximately 4,145 square feet
Check-in at Teton Village office.
• Three sided fireplace
• Indoor hot tub
• Washer and dryer
• Boot dryer
Moose Hideaway brings the beauty of the outdoors inside; the gracious layout finds serene details echoing the natural splendor surrounding the five-bedroom home. There are three master bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms to make this a easy destination for 3 families to gather. There are also two living areas upstairs and downstairs that leads to a adult and kid zone very easily. The house has the latest technology with access to 5G network through the house as well as Apple TV and Google mini’s and full choice of cable programming on each TV in every bedroom.
Moose Hideway envelopes guests long before they step foot inside: The spacious entry porch presents a bench respite, and rustic barnwood flanks the entrance.
The foyer, marked by flagstone, flows into the open-floor plan perched amid the fir trees. A floor to ceiling window greets you as you enter. The first bedroom to the left of the front door, a retreat outfitted with a queen bed, flat-screen TV, wood-paneling and bath with a large tiled shower. Continue on to the second master suite with its glimpse of valley views, framed by the forest. A plush duvet covers the king bed, backed by a leather-paneled headboard piled with beautiful accent pillows. The suite encompasses a walk-in closet and large master bath with custom cabinets, a sink, tile shower and bench.
Across the foyer, the living room blends contemporary aesthetics with Western warmth: rustic, barn-wood paneling lines the walls and exposed beams fly above. A pair of textured sofas dialogue with two leather armchairs around matching stone-topped tables a cowhide rug in the primary seating area. Nearby, an iconic chaise with another pull out leather sofa provides a retreat to read a book or have a separate conversation between the fireplace and a lamp-lit console for quiet contemplation of a cowboy lithograph. The three-sided fireplace warms both the living room and the adjoining dining room, where a stone-inlayed dining table comfortably seats eight to ten beneath a chandelier of votives.
The neighboring gourmet kitchen boats a built-in charcoal grill, granite countertops, custom cabinetry, a double-basin porcelain sink, and a stove island. A breakfast area offers banquette seating for four as well as three chairs, and a built-in desk lends convenience with a charging station for phones and a bluetooth speaker to share your favorite music anywhere in the house. The kitchen overflows onto the deck, where a Weber gas grill, a dining table and eight chairs encourage outdoor entertaining.
Just off the kitchen is a laundry room with large capacity washer and dryer. The mudroom with dual entrances from the two-car garage and front porch. Its cubbies, a ski rack and coat hooks and commerical boot dryer make winter disrobing easy. A powder room and hall closet round out the main-level amenities. Art enlivens every room.
Downstairs offers even more living areas, with a second family room with a large floor to ceiling window overlooking the forest that features a game table for four, armchairs, two large couches, a 55’" flat-screen TV and entertainment system, including Blue-ray player for access to guests’ internet accounts. An indoor hot tub feels outdoors with its surrounding walls of windows but is easy to access off the family room.
Lower level sleeping quarters look out onto the forest and include a junior master and a west wing suite comprising two bedrooms. The first downstairs bedroom presents two twins topped by woolen bedspreads and backed by wrought-iron headboards. Built-in shelves and closets offer ample storage. A second bedroom features two more twin beds, similarly sheathed in Pendleton blankets , a geometric chest of drawers and print of willows add aesthetic elements. A detached bath caters to both bedrooms with its tile shower and tub and double vanity.
Across the living area from the west wing is the third master bedroom, which boasts a king bed with its wood headboard, duvet and leather-covered bench anchoring the bed’s foot. A matching console and upholstered armchair accent the room, and the walk-in closet leads to the bathroom with its marble countertop and tile shower and tub.
All told, the Moose Hideaway pairs serene elegance with nature immersion.
*Please note, gatherings greater than the maximum occupancy are not permitted in this property.
Mountain weather is variable and unpredictable. Resort conditions and ski access may be weather and snow dependent.
Amenities & Features
- Number of Beds: 7
- Complex: Teton Village Homes
- Hot Tub: Private
- Fireplace: Fireplace
- Bedding 1: King
- Bedding 2: King
- Bedding 3: 2 Twin
- Bedding 4: 2 Twin
- Bedding 5: Queen
- Laundry: In-unit
- Parking Spaces: 4
- Stories: 2
- Deck: One
- Grill/BBQ: Gas Grill
- Firewood: Provided (winter)
Great house! We had a fantastic visit and would come back in a heartbeat!
Dan R. :: Saturday, September 22, 2018
Moose Hideaway Has Moose!
This is a really great house for families or couples traveling together. Outfitted really well with quality interior features & kitchen gear. Even though we saw lots of wildlife on our trip, we didn't see any Moose until 3 wandered right by our deck.
Don A. :: Monday, June 11, 2018