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Cody Creek


In 2016, the Big-D chairman contracted with Berlin Architecture to design and build the 6,121-square-foot, Cody Creek residence, located along the picturesque 14th fairway of the 3 Creek Ranch golf course and tucked away among the staggering Grand Tetons. What started out as a home built on spec concluded with happy homeowners and a breathtaking home. The new owners purchased Cody Creek as it was being built and worked with Big-D Signature and interior designer Barry Johnson to adjust finishes, add interior personalized touches, and transform the build of the home into a custom-designed mountain oasis.

PROJECT SIZE

6,121 square feet

PROJECT LOCATION

Jackson, WY

PROJECT DURATION

25 months

Unbeatable Mountain Vistas

Soon after a successful initial build, Big-D Signature was hired back by the homeowners for a second addition and remodel phase; the phases together totaled 25 months of construction. This included the addition of a prep kitchen, an art room, and a solid walnut wine room equipped with temperature and humidity controls so the homeowners could enjoy a perfectly curated wine collection while taking in unbeatable mountain vistas. Big-D also performed a master closet expansion and a laundry room relocation as part of the remodel/addition phase. Featuring an attached 3-stall garage and a detached luxurious guest house, Cody Creek is also home to a picturesque courtyard area that sets the mountain stage even more with a tranquil water feature and impressive hardscape work that ties the home’s design into the surrounding mountain majesty.

Personalized Rustic Touches

Bridging the space between indoors and outdoors, the home’s living room features four custom full-height glass wall systems that practically pull the outdoors in, complete with sliding glass doors that open into wall pockets. Fully equipped with a control 4 AV system throughout, the Cody Creek home is a fully modern mountain haven with just the right amount of personalized rustic touches that speak to the stunning scenery of inimitable Jackson, Wyoming.