Located on the Elk Refuge just three miles from Jackson, the Elk Refuge House is a rare Jackson Hole jewel. Here you will see abundant wildlife including elk, deer, coyotes, foxes, and eagles, with spectacular Grand Teton views. The great room of the home includes the dining area, kitchen, and living area. Wide decks function as a second great room in good weather featuring forest-green Adirondack chairs and a hot tub big enough for a crowd. A family room with fireplace, media center and bar is a great place for the entire group to congregate after a day of adventure in Jackson Hole. The master suite is located at the southwest end of the house, in a wing of its own near the family room. A king size bed waits a few steps up in a raised portion of the room; and a TV is mounted on the wall facing the bed for late night news or movies. A large sitting area with two love seats and two comfortable armchairs stands before French doors and a wide private deck. In the private bathroom, a giant soaking tub stands next to a big, walk-in shower. Double sinks are set in a long stone-topped vanity. There are five guest bedrooms each with their own unique designs. Most of the bedrooms share large bathrooms and closets. This very special property accommodates up to 11 people.