Villa Roxanne   Jackson Hole, Jackson Hole
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Villa Roxanne is one of Jackson Hole’s most unique estates that is set on the banks of the Snake River on 67 acres. As wild and secluded as this home is, downtown Jackson is only a 20-minute drive away.

The estate consists of three homes situated throughout the stunning natural landscape.The estate includes a six-bedroom main ranch house, a two-bedroom Woods House, and another two-bedroom Gate House. Thus, the entire property has a total of 10 bedrooms which can accommodate up to 28 guests comfortably. Both the main residence and the guesthouse mix the artistry of Mother Nature—windows are expansive—with significant pieces of western artwork by artists including Frederic Remington and Alfredo Rodriguez. The great room and adjacent dining area, where a table can seat 14, and kitchen take up the southern wing of the main home’s ground floor. At the northern end of the house there is a game room, a media room (complete with red velvet curtains and stadium-style seating), and a meeting room with AV equipment. The kitchen is professional grade with Thermador and Sub-Zero appliances.

This estate has private ponds and creeks (and yes, the fishing is fabulous), natural aspen and pine forests where elk and moose are often spotted, manicured lawns, and meadows covered with sage and wildflowers. Play basketball or frisbee golf, soak in the hot tub, practice casting in one of the ranch’s ponds, fish on the Snake River, nap in a swing next to the creek, or wander the woods in search of elk or moose.


  • Interior
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Casino Room
  • Dining Room
  • Fireplace
  • Laundry
  • Exterior
  • BBQ
  • Fire Pit
  • Jacuzzi Outdoor
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Patio
  • Terrace
    • Location
    • Mountain View

Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole, a valley and wilderness recreation area in western Wyoming, is bordered by the jagged peaks of the Tetons. Close to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, it’s home to upscale ski resorts, rustic campsites and dude ranches. Jackson is the valley’s lively main town, where Old West shopfronts mix with modern sites such as the National Museum of Wildlife Art.