Stonecrop offers a combination of privacy with close proximity to the Town of Jackson and Teton Village, plus mountain views and a little bit of Jackson Hole history. The neighborhood was originally part of Senator and Wyoming Governor Cliff Hansen’s ranch and at one time was used as a stone quarry.
The 200-acre parcel is lushly covered in trees and divided into five tracts ranging in size from 40 to 50 acres. The lots nestle into the hills, offering spectacular vistas as well as a sense of seclusion amongst the aspens and fir trees. It takes about 10 minutes to drive to downtown Jackson or to Teton Village and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Access to Jackson Hole Airport is easy as well, via Spring Gulch Road. Stonecrop has a central water system as well as a homeowners’ association to maintain Pine Siskin Road and Spring Creek Ranch Road.
At Stonecrop home will feel like a mountain retreat, but also like part of the vibrant Jackson Hole community.