Indian Paintbrush, named for Wyoming’s state flower, is one of Jackson Hole’s older subdivisions, dating back to the 1970s. Its open spaces, hillside lots, mature fir and aspen trees, and superb views of the valley floor make it a perfect choice for those looking to live in an alpine setting. Lot sizes are in the three-acre range.
The development is adjacent to U.S. Forest Service land, so residents enjoy privacy as well as easy access to great hiking. About 18 acres of the development are dedicated open space.
Indian Paintbrush homeowners feel like they’re living out in the country, but the town of Wilson can be quickly reached by driving north on Fall Creek Road, which has recently been upgraded to be safer and easier to drive. Not only are the Wilson area’s shops and restaurants easily accessible, but Teton Village and the Town of Jackson are also each within a short drive. Thus the location of Indian Paintbrush lets homeowners enjoy as little – or as much – solitude as they like.