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Fish Creek Woods


Nestled in the heart of Teton County, WY, Fish Creek Woods exemplifies the beauty of a “less is more” lifestyle with rustic elegance and extraordinary views. The original home was demolished to make way for this handsome 5,500 square foot cabin that boasts custom cabinets, timber and stone features, and even an elevator. The dining room is considered the heart of the home with its stunning, fully retractable NanaWall windows—opening up to spectacular views.

Arguably the most stunning exterior aspect of the Fish Creek Woods home is the water feature—giving homeowners and guests the feeling of enjoying dinner on a bridge over a gentle, bubbling brook. Speaking of guests, the property also includes a charmingly quaint guest cabin.

PROJECT SIZE

5,588 square feet

PROJECT LOCATION

Wilson, Wyoming

PROJECT DURATION

17 months

Sustainable Materials

When the previous home was demolished, construction crews salvaged much of the material for reuse on the new home. These materials were repurposed for Fish Creek Woods’ walkways, decks, and walls. This sustainable approach allowed Signature crews and the homeowners to reduce environmental impact and save on material costs.

 

"The house and the landscape design take advantage of the unusual and violent geological conditions of the past and at the same time, the landscape protects the house from future catastrophic events." - Paul Bertelli, JLF & Associates

Geological Wonders

Fish Creek Woods is in the Jackson Hole Valley of Wilson, WY. The Teton Range was formed millions of years ago as a result of the Teton Fault which extends 40 miles along the base of the mountain range. About two million years ago, glaciers flowed down from the mountains, carving canyons and valley lakes. Needless to say, Fish Creek Woods is surrounded by geological wonders. Fish Creek Woods is located in the community of Wilson, Wyoming, nestled at the base of the Tetons. The Teton Range was formed millions of years ago as a result of the Teton Fault which extends 40 miles along the base of the Teton Range. About two million years ago, glaciers flowed down from the mountains, carving canyons and valley lakes. Needless to say, Fishcreek Woods is surrounded by geological wonders.