Villa Carmela is a stately property tucked in the pristine confines of a private residential development bordering the Snake River and encompassing a stocked private pond. An enchanted wonderland of custom features awaits guests of this peerless estate.
The gracious entrance portends the art-rich experience to come: A monumental bronze sculpture of an American Indian, standing out front, sets a meditative tone. Guests arrive via a grand portico and colonnade, framed by tree trunks and a pair of river-rock reflecting pools. The elegant welcome continues in the entry hall, with its beamed ceiling and art-lined walls. The term “great room” was reserved for this living area: Massive beams, supported by custom ironwork, create a grand canopy above the open-concept space.The adjoining dining area amplifies the enchantment with its custom chandelier. The accompanying bar features paneled cabinets, a Tiffany flush mount pendant, and an antler wreath. Next door, the gourmet kitchen includes a fireside family room and breakfast nook. Rising to the inspired occasion, the residential suites do not disappoint with their custom details and private balconies. The main level master will not disappoint. Cozy up by the wood burning fireplace or curl up and enjoy the views in the reading nook. There are four equally stunning bedrooms in this lavish home.
As if an invitation is necessary, the wraparound porch, accessible from every room on the first floor, invites guests to venture beyond the interior expanse to explore the greater estate. Sitting areas pepper the patio, and the entire ring overlooks the private pond on the property.
Jackson Hole is a valley encompassed by mountains, a place where the modern spirit of adventure is strong, and a home to some of the rarest wildlife and beautiful vistas of untouched nature. Grand Teton National Park occupies the northwestern part of the valley encompassing the iconic, jagged peaks of the Teton Range. The Town of Jackson sits at the southern end. The Snake River threads through the entire valley from its headwater in Yellowstone National Park.