Saturday, July 23, 2011

Wyoming Equestrian Property is America’s Most Expensive Home

Just listed for sale at a whopping $175 million, the Jackson Land & Cattle Ranch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming has kicked the Spelling Manor to the curb as America’s Most Expensive Home. Originally built as a 52-stall English equestrian center, the property was converted to a cutting horse ranch by gaming and resort developer Richard Fields.

When you’ve recovered from the sticker-shock induced heart attack, check out the slideshow of images.

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Spectacular Tetons view

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52 stall equestrian center

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Surrealestate?

 

 

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1 Louisville Home Pros March 11, 2012 at 8:34 pm

Happened across this article….$175 mill, WOW!  Must come with a lot of land with it, cause while the 52 stall equestrian facility and scenery is nice, didn’t see anything that made me drool.

2 Martrese July 23, 2011 at 1:56 pm

My cousin lives in JH – gotta ask her to check it out (ha).

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