The four-bedroom home is part of a 1,500-acre community in the greater Yellowstone National Park ecosystem
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Location: Driggs, Idaho
Price: $2.75 million
This new-build modern farmhouse is in a 1,500-acre private and low-density community known as Tributary.
“At completion, we will have between 300 and 350 home sites,” said Jeff Heilbrun, director of real estate for Tributary. “There are about 52 homes now, most of which are sold.”
The year-round club community is in the Teton Valley, on the Idaho side of the Teton Mountain Range and with direct access to the tranquil waterways of the valley and Yellowstone National Park.
“We’re in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem,” Mr. Heilbrun said. The area is rich with wildlife, including moose, and the community has a two-mile-long raised boardwalk for wildlife viewing.
This house on Bitterroot Court “is designed to fit in with the environment,” he said. Building materials include reclaimed barn wood, which is used on both the interior and exterior of the house, moss rock on the fireplaces, and granite and quartz countertops.
The home is currently under construction, which should wrap up by the beginning of June, he said.
The main level has a spacious great room area with a vaulted ceiling, barn wood paneling and a stone fireplace. The kitchen has Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, and the dining area features glass walls on three sides.
This level also has three en-suite bedrooms, including the primary suite. The fourth bedroom is upstairs.
The house is “very close to a 500-acre wetland area that’s called a fen,” Mr. Heilbrun said. It is also near the two-mile boardwalk.
The home is quite private, he said. “It’s on a cul-de-sac and heavily landscaped.”
The 3,070-square-foot house has four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and one partial bathroom. It sits on a 0.5-acre lot.
Amenities for the house include a two-car attached garage, two fireplaces and a large deck with mountain views. Community amenities include a two-mile elevated boardwalk for wildlife viewing; an 18-hole David McLay Kidd-designed golf course; a wellness facility with a fitness center and spa; a rustic restaurant and bar; a pool and hot tub with mountain views; seven stocked fishing ponds; groomed trails for cross-country skiing; a kid-friendly snowmobile track; an ice skating rink; an archery and axe-throwing center; and a members-only ski lounge at the Grand Targhee Resort base.
Driggs, which is walkable from the house, is a “mountain town with all kinds of shops, restaurants, galleries and boutiques,” Mr. Heilbrun said.
It’s about 35 minutes to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, he said.
Agent: Jeff Heilbrun, director of real estate for Tributary