The Last of Historic Jackson Hole – SOLD

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Nestled in the lap of the Teton Mountain Range along the banks of the Snake River is one of the most remarkable places in all of Jackson Hole. Two contiguous tracts combining for a total of 103 acres (+/-) with a multitude of cabins, a historic barn, out-buildings all embracing the character of the Great Old West while bordering majestic Grand Teton National Park. Listed for $14,450,000.

Main Home beneath the grandeur of Buck Mountain

What was once a small dude ranch has been a sacred family compound since 1965. The main home, three historic and well-appointed guest cabins, the Lingenfelter Barn and several out-buildings are encompassed by lush meadows, aspen groves, cottonwoods and Death Canyon as your backdrop for life.

Jackson Hole Guide Article on the original 95 Ranch from June 5, 1980

The Lingenfelter Barn

Commonly known as the 95 Ranch, this euphoric property offers incredible private fishing on the Snake River, a serene wildlife corridor sitting beneath the expansive breadth of the Teton Mountain Range engulfed by views of natural wonder for generations to come.

The Snake River

Fortunately, our team was able to assist our buyer and seller in successfully closing this historic piece of Jackson Hole. We are incredibly pleased there will be a new family enjoying this private homestead.

The 95 Ranch – Listed for $14,450,000.