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2 Neighboring Art-Filled Homes

Two couples move to the heart of Jackson to immerse themselves in art, community and giving back

Riddells on the left, Bourne and Plummer on the right [Photo by Audrey Hall]

Photographer-and-painter couple Ed and Lee Riddell moved to town from Wilson, Wyoming, looking for a thoughtful space where they could age in place in the thick of the Jackson art scene. Interior designer Agnes Bourne and Stuart Plummer sought a new space that would provide the opportunity to open their home to artists.

These neighbors' homes "speak" to each other with similar rooflines and walkways to side entries, creating a mini neighborhood within the neighborhood. Snow King Mountain, with ski slopes and hiking trails, sits in the background. 

Ed & Lee Riddell

In Ed's own words, the Riddells' home (Designed by architect Will Bruder) is "all about living an intentional life."

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Agnes Bourne & Stuart Plummer

When Agnes Bourne found the contemporary home (designed by Farmer Payne Architects and Bourne herself) next to the Riddell residence, she realized it would be a wonderful place for her and Stuart to live. A major plus was the great guest apartment. "We could provide lodging for visiting artists to enhance the vitality of the arts community in Jackson," Bourne says. 

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The side entries offer the Riddells an opportunity to meet Bourne and trade stories or celebrate the day with a glass of wine through dog Tosca’s fence. 

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