Snake River Sporting Club Announces New Martin Creek Cabins for Spring 2014

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Jackson Hole Private Club to Unveil First Collection of Turnkey Cabin Homes

Snake River Sporting Club, Jackson Hole’s premier private club and residential community, will officially unveil its first offering of turnkey luxury lodge cabins this spring. Available for purchase starting May 2014, the three new Martin Creek Cabins are located above the banks of Martin Creek and offer ideal proximity to all of Snake River Sporting Club’s indoor-outdoor amenities, as well as more than six miles of private access to the “Wild and Scenic” designated Snake River and 3.5 million acres of national forest bordering the Club.

Designed by award-winning Poss Architecture + Planning of Aspen, Colorado, the elegantly rustic Cabins offer nearly 4,000 square feet of luxury living space and capture the spirit and lifestyle of the American West. Each 4 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom home comes with a spacious, 700 sq. ft., 2-car detached garage, and features deluxe finishes and millwork, including custom wood doors and windows, antique oak plank floors, heavy timber ceiling beams, granite and marble counter tops, and slate and travertine tile, as well as top-of-the-line fixtures and appliances from Kohler, Sub-Zero and Wolf. A bonus room provides ample room for families, while an outdoor terrace with patio fireplace and hot tub – as well as private access to the bustling Martin Creek – gives owners a direct connection to the year-round rugged beauty and adventure of Jackson Hole.

In addition to the Cabins, Snake River Sporting Club recently announced the sale of their first estate home since reopening last fall under new ownership group, Cygnus Capital. The Atlanta-based investment firm acquired the 800-acre property in early 2013, launching a multi-million dollar project to reinvent the Club as Wyoming’s foremost outdoor adventure playground. The Club now has more than 100 members, who can enjoy a variety of new and updated amenities including the recently completed 26,000-square-foot Clubhouse facility. The award-winning Tom Weiskopf championship golf course will officially reopen in Summer 2014 after a $2M rehabilitation last year. Weiskopf was engaged to redesign some of the holes on the 7,500-yard course as well as add a new short game facility.

Pricing for the Martin Creek Cabins will start at $2.5 million, and purchase includes membership to Snake River Sporting Club. Members have access to a plethora of four-season pursuits, including blue-ribbon fly-fishing, trail rides on horseback, rafting and kayaking in club waterways and on the Snake River. Hiking and biking are available on property and in the bordering Bridger Teton National Forest. During winter, residents and members can snowshoe along the river bottom, cross country ski on kilometers of groomed traditional and skating trails, Heli-Ski backcountry powder, or simply enjoy a day at nearby Jackson Hole Mountain Resort – complete with a private club room and ski valet services.

For more information on Snake River Sporting Club and Martin Creek Cabins and Snake River Sporting Club, please visit or call 307-201-2560.

About Snake River Sporting Club:
Located just south of the confluence of the Snake and Hoback rivers, Snake River Sporting Club provides a comprehensive Jackson Hole experience within a private club environment. Situated on 800-acres of verdant topography, the Club and Ranch embrace natural surroundings and celebrate the beauty and ruggedness of the wilderness. The four season residential community and private club offers world class golf on a Tom Weiskopf-designed championship course, fly-fishing along the famed Snake River, hiking trails to be traveled by foot or mountain bike, equestrian facilities, archery and shooting clays, children’s programs and more. In the winter, residents and club members enjoy snowshoeing, ice skating, cross country skiing, as well as private Après ski and valet service at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

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Kyra Lausmann