Ranch estates cradled in pristine neighborhoods with pastoral views and a smooth commute.
Home to iconic subdivisions such as Rafter J, Melody Ranch, Cottonwood Park, 3 Creek Ranch, Ely Springs, Polo Ranches, Indian Trails, Dairy Ranches, and more, this area stretching south from Albertson’s to the Snake River Bridge flaunts Teton County's most sophisticated, suburban neighborhood developments. A paradise of agrarian vistas and sweeping valley views, South of Jackson offers residents exceptional privacy, serenity, and warmth while putting them at a convenient distance from the amenities of town.
Much of the valley's horse properties are located here — a region populated by a good majority of Jackson Hole locals. With a flawless mix of older and newer subdivisions—some tucked away on hillsides or forested areas—an abundance of biking trails, ponds, creeks, and open space, South of Jackson is not only elegant in style but richly draped in intimacy and the joy of its close-knit communities.
This region flourishes with an eclectic range of properties. Its diversity ranges from moderate homes to multimillion-dollar contemporaries set on large acreages, to ranch estates with spectacular vistas, river-front compounds, and exclusive homes in the 3 Creek Ranch golf community. Demand for properties in this region is always high. South of Jackson real estate is located in a mix of older & newer subdivisions. Contact Jackson Hole real estate agent & realtor, Carol Linton to find houses & homes for sale in South of Jackson.
• Abundant sunshine and proximity to downtown Jackson
• Bike path convenience to schools and shopping
• Ranching and horse properties create a true Wyoming feel
If you're enchanted by the thought of riding your favorite horse on your 3-or-more acre property flanked by gorgeous views of the Grand Teton, lush meadows, and rippling ponds, then South of Jackson should be your number one choice.
Alluring, peaceful, and an oasis of privacy, this region is immensely popular with both families, singles and retirees, individuals in love with the countryside charm while yearning to be a mere walk away from town, as well as hikers, bikers, and runners ready to explore the famed pathways that take you to any part of Jackson Hole without touching a single road.
In South of Jackson, you'll find everything from butcher shops to brewpubs, upscale restaurants, and assorted markets.
Are you curious what buffalo or elk steak tastes like? Now is the perfect time to stop by Jackson Hole Buffalo Meat for a combo pack prepared from lean, healthy, and responsibly raised meat.
Gather with your friends at Roadhouse Brewing for fresh beer, or bring the whole family for roadhouse wings in Buffalo sauce, mac and cheese, or pan-fried Idaho rainbow trout.
Savor bottomless mimosas and a Texas burger or salad in a laid-back space on the outdoor deck of The Bird.
You can also restock on grocery items at Whole Foods or Smiths on US-Highway 89.
For a view of strutting trumpeter swans—we all thought they had gone into extinction!—take a stroll to see the Trumpeter Swans of Boyle’s Hill.
Grab life by the "reins" and join the fundraiser at Stomping the Divots for an exhilarating polo match where you can donate, bid on auction items, purchase raffle tickets, or sponsor a horse in a campaign to provide equine-assisted therapeutic and educational activities to people of all ages and disabilities.
Bring the entire family for a fun, water-spraying 16-mile rafting adventure at Snake River Whitewater Float Trips, or go dipping in Mother Nature at Astoria Hot Springs for a relaxing afternoon in a fabulous location.
South of Jackson is served by Teton County School District, home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
Carol Linton has been a Wyoming resident and property owner since 1980. Her passion for real estate, interior design, and architecture has contributed to her enormously successful career.Let's Connect