Jackson Hole's Snake River Sporting Club is starting the summer season strong by unveiling three new cabins located above the banks of Martin Creek. It's quite the turn around, after the entire property fell into foreclosure in 2010, leaving a Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course, clubhouse, and several residential lots in disrepair. Atlanta based Cygnus Capital bought the property and invested millions to complete the 26,000-square-foot clubhouse and reboot the development's facilities. Now, the property is open and flourishing, and Curbed Ski has a sneak peek into the new 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom cabins that will hit the market in May.
The three cabins offer around 4,000 square feet of living space along with a 700 square foot detached garage. Buyers can expect high-end finishes, antique oak plank floors, timber ceiling beams, and granite counter tops. The architecture is definitely in the traditional log cabin vein, and we like it. Don't expect any new-fangled modernism here, but if a brand-new "rustic" log cabin sounds up your ally, our bet is you like this version. Like all top ski homes these days, the outdoor terraces have large patios, fireplaces, and hot tubs.
Good new for golf lovers: the Snake River Sporting Club says the Tom Weiskopf championship golf course will officially reopen this summer. Prices for the new Martin Creek Cabins start at a reasonable (man, ski town real estate is crazy, right?!?) $2.5 million and purchase includes membership to the club. We know this is still a lot of money, but considering you also have access to fly-fishing, horseback riding, rafting, hiking, biking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and of course downhill skiing at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, these cabins are looking pretty sweet.