The Ranch Estates:

Western Solitude; Individual Homesteads

An exclusive enclave in the middle of the Snake River ecosystem, the Ranch Estates are where a family legacy of riding, fishing, and exploring truly begins. While the journey is private, the views are expansive, as are the opportunities for the imagination. Whatever you can conjure, you can build: a complete family compound; an equestrian retreat; a house that grandly pays homage to the beauty of its backdrop abutting the national forest. Your Western heritage begins here.


The Ranch Estates Overlook the Snake River Basin


The Bridger-Teton National Forest Surrounds the Club


Views of the Snake River Canyon Flank the Ranch Estates


The Ranch Estates offer Panoramic Views of Wolf Mountain


Ranch Estates – Details

  • Floor area up to 12,600 sq. ft. (8,000 sq. ft. habitable)
  • Directly bordered by 3.5 million acres of the Bridger-Teton National Forest
  • Substantial deer and elk migration corridor
  • Deeded water rights
  • In-ground irrigation system for pasture, landscaping, or water features
  • Year-round access to on-site Snake River Sporting Club (SRSC) equestrian center
  • Large pastures, dramatic views, and mature forest on each parcel
  • Guest homes and barns allowed (ARUs)
  • Electric and fiber option in place
  • Potable water via well and/or SRSC community water system
  • Horses allowed and equestrian services available through SRSC’s on-site equestrian manager
  • Resort zoning on 4 of the 16 Ranch Estates allows the homes on these parcels to be rented overnight.

Featured Ranch Estates



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Lot 1 UNDER CONTRACT 35 Acres $4,500,000

Ranch Estates, Lot 1

It starts with a private lane deep in the country, one where you’re surprised if you encounter another car, yet if you do – you nod and tip your hat. You know everyone around here. The home you build is surrounded by the soft shushing and patterning of aspen leaves, shading you in privacy all year long. A shared horse pasture a short walk away bring the true meaning of ranch to your new home. To the front, the gentle grade of Wolf Mountain rolls into wilderness. Directly to the east, the Bridger-Teton National Forest sits. You can close your door and walk right in.

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