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5300 N. Prince Place, Jackson Hole

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Sited on the most spectacular property in Jackson Hole, this 11,500 square foot home has all the features most only dream about! From the spacious entry, dramatic views of the Tetons are framed as art throughout this well designed, mountain contemporary masterpiece. The floor to ceiling windows in the living room capture the beauty of the surroundings while offering a very comfortable area for relaxation and entertaining. Enjoy the large dining room, great rec room and bar area, media room, expansive office and 4 bedroom suites including a luxurious master with sitting area, massage alcove and private rooftop decks. The 40 private acres offer ¾ mile of trout filled spring creeks and private golf under the shadow of the Tetons. Additional details upon request. $24,500,000

 

4  bedrooms      |       6 bathrooms      |       11,500 square feet      |      40 acres

The Setting

The setting and views are so beautiful that a sense of peace and tranquility is established with the wonders of nature all around. The Grand and entire Teton Range around to Sleeping Indian are visible from many locations in the home. The wooded areas provide privacy and the perfect protection for wildlife to wander, feed and rest…elk, moose, deer, fox, coyote, the occasional bear and more. The eagles, hawks, owls and other birds are ever present. Plus there are many species of waterfowl enjoying the creek and pond…trumpeter swans, geese, ducks. In addition, the creek is filled with Snake River Cutthroat Trout benefiting from the extensive work to improve trout habitat and protect their spawning beds. The three tee boxes offer great golf short game practice opportunities over the creek, across the pond and through the trees to a bunkered green. Views, spectacular live water, private golf, hiking, biking, and cross country skiing are all right here.

Opportunity

Interested in creating separate spaces for family and friends? It is a possibility on this property working with the county and a conservation organization. The opportunity exists to build three 3,500+ square foot homes/guest houses while conserving a portion of the property for nature and wildlife. While the home is spacious, the size of this property offers the owner an unique situation to build more by working with the county following planning guidelines to establish the additional building options.

The Property

Enjoy living in a special piece of paradise that is truly one of a kind in one of the most beautiful places in the world. Enter off the private road to a gated crossing of 3 Channel Spring Creek to the circular drive and gracious entrance to this idyllic property. A Jackson Hole masterpiece, this Tom Ward designed, Bancroft Construction built home captures the beauty of the majestic Tetons, 3/4 of a mile of a conservation enhanced spring creek and exquisitely manicured grounds including a private three-hole golf course.The 11,500 square foot home sets new standards for contemporary design and quality throughout. The home is large enough for entertaining, enjoying family and friends but also designed to be intimate when you are there by yourself. Every room offers comfort and functionality with breathtaking views of the grounds and mountains. Teton County LDRs allow for the construction of up to three more homes / guest homes. The timeless design, exquisite quality and meticulous care blend to create Creekside Elegance.

Entry Foyer

Just past the weather protected main entrance, a foyer welcomes guests into the home. This area has the breadth of space to appreciate fine art, and the window centered on the Grand Teton draws guests into the living area.

The welcoming, yet tastefully simple design continues with custom crafted doors separating the great room from the foyer gallery as a functional work of art.

Great Room

The living room with its exquisite combination of mahogany and maple woodwork and floor to ceiling windows emanate quality and comfort. The expansive windows look directly at the Grand and Teton Range overlooking the creek and golf holes. The multiple seating areas and wood burning fireplace further enhance comfort as well as places for relaxing and entertaining. Electric double combination blinds (light screening and blackout) allow control of the scenes and light in the room. The adjacent library and reading area has cozy reading spots and a fireplace as well.

Kitchen

The large eat-in kitchen offers great working and watching spaces with a large center island and wrap around counter and walk-in pantry. The professional quality appliances include a Subzero refrigerator freezer plus a separate Subzero freezer, large six burner plus grill/griddle gas range, double oven, two dishwashers and microwave. Relax while dinner is cooking or having a cup of tea in the family area with its own wood burning fireplace and large windows offering more beautiful views of the property and surrounding mountains.

Dining

The dining room is able to easily host the large dinner party with tables allowing combination to comfortably seat 24 people or keep it simple and cozy for a smaller dinner. It is separated from the kitchen for a private ambiance, yet close for function and convenience.

Entertainment Areas

The 20-foot mahogany bar offers a great spot for entertaining, telling stories or just hanging out. Adjacent to the bar is the recreation room with its antique eight-foot pool table, big views of the outside and door to the patio. The large sound enhanced media room includes a 70-inch TV and houses the A/V systems with concealed but spacious back area access to all equipment.

Master Suite

The luxurious master suite has more stunning views of the Tetons, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and the creeks, pond and grounds of the property. A fireplace and ample sitting areas offer a true place of comfort and refuge. The rooftop hot tub offers the opportunity to view the Tetons, surrounding area while enjoying the majestic star gazing available.

The master bath is more than one would expect with large vanities, two separate water closets, steam shower, large jetted tub, sauna, and a massage area. The expansive closet area offers a gracious dressing area, numerous built-in closets, and extensive hanging options for clothes. The space also includes private laundry facilities. The wall of windows and access to a private rooftop deck further the open feel and functionality of the master bath area.

Upstairs Areas

The large and wonderfully equipped office overlooks the landscaped grounds and creek directly facing the Tetons. Numerous built-ins make the office functional and efficient.The upstairs includes another guest suite. There is also an exercise room for the home workout whenever you want it.There is another upstairs area ideal for the artist, sitting and reading, another office or just taking the fire pole downstairs when you feel like doing so!

Guest Wing

A private entrance to the very comfortable guest wing with its own living room and wood burning fireplace and snack/bar area make it especially enjoyable. The two private suites include large bedrooms, one with a king size bed, the other with twins. Additionally, both suites have their own sitting area, full baths, and doors that open to the large private guest deck with views facing towards the Sleeping Indian.

Other

The mudroom has storage and laundry leading to the oversized three car garage. The heated garage has multiple built-in cabinets and a 480 bottle wine cooler providing storage for the special collection of favorites. There is also a generator located in the garage for continued comfort and safety in the unlikely event of a power outage. The large patio area is located to take advantage of the multiple breathtaking vistas of water, mountains and sky while also being able to observe the wildlife as they wander out of the woods. The awning allows for the opportunity to enjoy the patio and outdoors at all times of day and even when the rain might come. The roll-up sides offer additional flexibility. Built in heaters add to the comfort on cool evenings. The home has hydronic in-floor heat throughout, plus a forced air system offering central air conditioning. Lighting and audio controls throughout the home have been upgraded for simple and most efficient usage. Floors are a combination of Oakley stone, hardwood and carpet. The four bedroom, four full and two half bath home is being offered furnished excluding interior and yard art, and a few special family items.

General Information

  •  Architect  – Tom Ward  
  •  Builder  – Bancroft  Construction
  •  Teton  County LDRs  allow for the  construction of up  to three more homes/guest  houses
  •  Hydronic  heating and  forced air system,  with central air conditioning  
  •  Windows  are custom  designed with  dual hinge feature  
  •  Elevator    
  •  Different  areas of the  home have fire  doors for additional  protection
  •  Large  covered  patio
  •  Landscaped  to capture the  setting, views and  seasons
  • Gated  driveway
  •  3/4  mile of  3 Channel  Spring Creek—east,  west and middle flows  through property. Biota has  done extensive work to enhance  spawning beds for improved water  flow and trout habitat
  •  Large  pond offers  additional fish  habitat and canoe  or kayaking opportunity  
  •  Golf  green built  to PGA specifications  plus bunkers and 3 tee  boxes for 3 different types  and length of shots (across  the creek, over the pond and out  of trees) for great iron, short game  and putting practice
  •  2 wells;  one for the  house, one for  landscaping
  •  Multiple  storage sheds  for summer furniture  and equipment

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About Ed Liebzeit

Exceptional Real Estate Service

Ed is an Associate Broker in Wyoming and Idaho with experience in all segments of the market, both residential and commercial, from small properties to those priced over $40 million. From 2011-2014, he was the President and Chief Operating Officer of Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty, and prior to that was Executive Vice President of the Company. Ed resigned as President and COO to focus on his real estate business and allocate more time to his community involvement.

With those focused efforts, Ed became Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty’s agent with the most transactions and he was recognized as one of the top producing agents within the entire global Sotheby’s International Realty network.

In addition, Ed’s efforts supporting the community and non-profits were recognized when he was awarded the Town of Jackson Hometown Hero Award in 2015. In November of 2016, Ed was selected by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and its 1.3 million members to receive the NAR Good Neighbor Award for his years of work and accomplishments with the Community Safety Network (CSN). Ed is the first recipient of this award from the State of Wyoming in and one of only five in the world in 2016.

His business expertise, integrity, communication skills and commitment to customer service resulted in immediate success in the real estate business where he has consistently been one of the leading agents in Jackson Hole every year. Ed was a partner and Board Member of Real Estate of Jackson Hole (then the largest locally owned real estate brokerage in Wyoming). Following the sale of that company, Ed joined Sotheby’s International Realty. Ed has represented clients across all property types including some of the largest sales in Wyoming and Idaho. His referral business is the key to his success. He consistently works with clients on subsequent transactions and is kept busy with new contacts generated from customer and client referrals.

Ed graduated from Michigan Technological University where he was also commissioned in the United States Air Force. His 5 years of active duty included two tours in Vietnam. Ed is a former executive of Procter & Gamble where he held senior roles both nationally and internationally. Following his career at P&G, Ed operated his own Marketing, Sales, Strategic Development and General Management consulting practice. His clients included General Motors, Cott Corporation, Barilla Pasta, Speedway Motorsports and Scott Paper among others. He also served as the Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Cott Corporation for two years as he restructured their operations and led the changes that returned the business to profitability.

Ed is an active and engaged member of the Jackson Hole community. He served as President of the CSN Board (an organization helping victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking) for 6 years and a Board member for 9 years. Some of Ed’s other activities in Jackson Hole include being Chairman Emeritus of the St. John’s Hospital Foundation, Board Member of Jackson Hole Air Improvement Resources (JH AIR), Vice Commander of the local VFW, Trustee of the Newton Foundation, and Strategic and Management Committee Board Member of his church. He was recently appointed to the committee planning for the 2017 Total Eclipse for which Jackson Hole is on the centerline. Ed is a current member of the Rotary club of Jackson Hole and former director and multi-term President of the Rotary Club Foundation, the Board Chairman of the Jackson Centennial Commission in 2014, former Director of the Grand Teton Music Festival and member of the St. John’s Medical Center 2016 Centennial Committee. He is a former member of several other organizations and boards including the Aspens Water & Sewer Board, the Teton Pines HOA, and the Lower Valley Energy Advisory Board. He is an Advisory Board Member of a high tech start-up company and former Director of a bank holding company.

Ed and his wife Carole are strong supporters of the community including the Community Safety Network, St. John’s Medical Center, Teton Youth and Family Services, and the Grand Teton Music Festival. They are founders of the St. John’s Hospital Diabetes Education and Outreach Program, Rungius members of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, as well as sponsors to numerous other charitable organizations throughout the area.

Ed enjoys many of Jackson’s wonderful offerings including golf, downhill and cross country skiing, snow shoeing, music, the arts, museum, fly fishing, hiking and biking. He is a member of the Teton Pines Country Club and Huntsman Springs Golf Club.

Wyoming and Idaho Real Estate Licensee.

About Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty

A Legacy of Excellence

As the largest and most successful real estate brokerage in the valley, Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty has an in-depth understanding of the local real estate market and enduring ties throughout the Jackson Hole region.

We are proud of our brokerage’s long and prosperous history in Jackson Hole, spanning more than 80 years from our founding in 1935 by broker Mike Yokel as Jackson Hole Realty—the first established real estate brokerage in the valley.

In 1963 the brokerage became a subsidiary of the Jackson Hole Ski Corporation with Paul McCollister as broker, two agents, and a single office located at the base of the iconic Clock Tower—directly entwining our own history with that of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

The late 70’s and early 80’s ushered in the brokerage’s move into town, and a merger with Hoke Tice Realty in 1983, commencing a new chapter in the valley’s real estate history. Between 1983 and 2002 Jackson Hole Realty grew with the market—from twenty-two to eighty-four agents, sixteen additional partners and satellite offices across the valley and over Teton Pass in Driggs, Idaho.

Jackson Hole Realty was purchased by Sotheby’s International Realty in 2005 and began operating as Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty. As a part of the Sotheby’s International Realty global affiliate network, our brokerage is able to provide access to buyers and sellers of luxury real estate worldwide.

Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty continues to lead the way in Jackson Hole real estate sales in Teton County and proudly sells more real estate by sales volume than any other brokerage in Jackson Hole.* With over fifty years of history and five offices in Teton Village our brokerage sells more real estate in Teton Village than all other brokerages combined.**

Considering calling Jackson Hole home? The benefits of residency in Jackson Hole are numerous, not the least of which being Wyoming’s consistent ranking as the most tax-friendly state in the country. The state’s dismissal of corporate and individual income tax, lack of estate tax and low sales tax secured its top rank in The Tax Foundation’s State Business Tax Climate Index.

Combine the economic and tax benefits of Wyoming residency, the world-famous skiing of the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, convenient air service with direct flights from thirteen cities across the country, a vibrant cultural scene, and proximity to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks… isn’t it time you create your own legacy in Jackson Hole?

We invite you to stop by one of our nine office locations throughout the region to speak to a local real estate expert.

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Contact Ed Liebzeit

185 West Broadway
PO Box 3281
Jackson WY 83001

(307) 413.1618
ed.liebzeit@jhsir.com
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