The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, AOL Real Estate, Yahoo Real Estate, Curbed.com and Business Insider all have something in common this week. All of these reputable media outlets covered our recent listing of America’s most expensive property, Jackson Land and Cattle.
Located in a valley next to the town of Jackson Hole, WY the 1,750± acre cutting horse and cattle ranch known as Jackson Land and Cattle consists of a 450-acre equestrian center, with 52 stalls and an indoor riding arena, plus 1,300-acres ranch that once belonged to the late Wyoming Governor, Clifford Hansen.
Rolling timbered hills with aspens and evergreens, large productive hay meadows, fishing ponds, a spring creek, and jaw-dropping Teton vistas encompass the property. It also features one of the preeminent equestrian facilities in America, a 52-stall barn designed by legendary architect Jonathan Foote. There is a three-bedroom home, a four-bedroom guest/bunkhouse and two employee apartments on the property.
The hope is that a buyer will be conservation-minded and leave the property untouched, but it does have 35 buildable sites.