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Snake River Woods House


Secluded by nature, the Snake River Woods House is an oasis for the homeowners looking to hit the pause button on life. The home sits along the banks to the Snake River. Staying true to the culture of Wyoming, the Snake River Woods House was constructed using reclaimed timber and stone. Signature crews has just 18 months to construct this 5,500 square foot home.

PROJECT SIZE

5,539 sq ft

PROJECT LOCATION

Jackson, Wyoming

PROJECT DURATION

18 months

Delicate Restoration

The project involved the restoration of an existing log cabin and barn. Much of the existing barn’s foundation and walls were reused. The wood floors of the cabin were also preserved and refinished.

Staying true to the culture of Wyoming, the Snake River Woods House was constructed using reclaimed timber and stone.

Home on the Snake

The Snake River runs through 4 states in the Pacific Northwest. At 1,078 miles long, the Snake River is the largest tributary of the Columbia River. Prehistoric Native Americans called the Snake River home more than 11,000 years ago. The Snake River flows through Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park before beginning its trek to the Pacific Ocean. The river’s tranquil sounds and its precious ecosystem, are just a few reasons why many homeowners prefer to live along its banks.