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3 Reasons to Make Jackson Hole Home

Why should you live in the Tetons?

Jackson Hole is a magical place. Within Teton County there are two national parks, three ski areas, a commercial airport, and five golf course developments. Combined with unlimited recreational opportunities and unrivaled tax benefits, it’s no wonder that its residents are proud to call it home.


Jackson Hole and its surroundings are part of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, one of the largest intact temperate-zone networks on earth. It includes Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, which are year-round attractions for visitors from around the globe.


Wide-open spaces and a plethora of outstanding homes in Jackson Hole make for an incomparable Western lifestyle. Here, access to modern-day amenities combines with recreation opportunities to offer a comfortable way of life. Homes range from cozy ranch-style to large residences with acreage, equestrian facilities and more.


When the words “Jackson Hole” are mentioned, many people think of its globally renowned ski area, the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Famous for its varied and expansive terrain, deep powder, consistent snow conditions and minimal crowds, the mountain continues to improve. This year marks the 50th anniversary for the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and the celebrations have already begun. Come enjoy the Tetons this winter!

Carol Linton is an Associate Broker with Linton Bingle Associate Brokers, and specializes in luxury residential real estate in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. You can view their profile or reach Carol at 307-732-7518.

Content for this article provided by Linton Bingle Associate Brokers

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