5615 N. PRINCE PLACE Jackson, WY 83001

5615 N PRINCE PLACE , Jackson, WY 83001
Price: $10,250,000.00
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Baths:
Neighborhood/Area: ZZZ--VOID--Do NOT Use
MLS ID: 21-1906
Square Feet: sq. ft.
Acres: 24.60 acres

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This pristine Snake River parcel is in a class of its own. This 24.6 acres of unparalleled and undisturbed natural beauty, which must close simultaneously with lot 2 MLS 21-1907, is one of the last remaining undeveloped parcels on the Snake River in Jackson Hole. Upon stepping foot onto this property the discovery begins walking through the mature cottonwood and evergreen forests only to come to the banks and serenity of Linger Creek meandering along with the stunning Grand Teton views that will appear as you least expect it. Continuing forth the babbling creek and songbirds will take you further away and into this paradise, only to realize the local elk herd begins to gently scamper around. You will eventually find your way to the Snake River,

Features

Property Features: Creek Frontage,Electric to Property,Fishing,Flat,Forest Access,On Paved Road,River Frontage,Snake River Frontage,Stream,Trees,Wooded Lot,Year Round Access

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