Westbank Condominiums Simplify Ownership
Aspens and Racquet Club units epitomize current market offerings.
by Staff Writers
Condominiums at the Aspens and the Jackson Hole Racquet Club remain a consistent fixture in the area’s real estate market. Their convenient access to the dining and amenities of the Westbank Center, and central location between Wilson and Teton Village makes these units highly-desirable for both residences and income-producing rental properties alike.
Quick summer access to Grand Teton National Park is available via the less-traveled Granite Canyon Entrance Station on the Moose-Wilson Road, as are the renown multi-season activities and dining of Teton Village. The neighboring Teton Pines Country Club offers golf and racquet sports in the summer, and is home to the Teton Pines Nordic Center for groomed classic and skate skiing during the winter months.
Unit 7-1-2 in Jackson Hole Racquet Club’s Alpine Fir building is truly unique among condominiums in the Wilson area. Originally intended as two individual one-bedroom condos, the units were combined during construction to create a distinctive two-bedroom, two-bathroom ground floor residence. The condo underwent a complete, contemporary renovation in 2021 that provided both an aesthetic update as well as structural enhancements that include new exterior doors and windows, insulation and soundproofing.
The condominium’s floor plan comprises 1,572 square feet with an open and bright combined kitchen and living area that opens to the patio via dual sliding doors. Dark stained posts, beams, doors and trim provide a visual counterpoint to the unit’s bright white walls, kitchen cabinets and countertops. Efficient updates like cove heating, and a built-in office nook help to further maximize the available space.
In addition to the two traditional bedrooms, the residence’s versatile accommodations extend to include a bunk room with convenient under-bed storage, and a custom-upholstered day bed in the living room.
The spacious, single-level condo is offered to the market tastefully furnished. Its resort zoning allows for true flexibility of ownership as short-term rentals are permitted.
The Strawberry building is the newest construction among the Aspens condominiums, having been completed in 2010. Unit 39-2-4 is a three-bedroom, two-bath residence of 1,138 square feet. The end unit features numerous postmodern design elements. A curved metal staircase and angular fireplace accent the unit’s living room. Geometric relief features adorn the tall, pitched ceiling and curves and angles are reflected through interior design elements of this Berry Patch condo.
Also located within the Racquet Club, Hollyhock 20-1-1 is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom ground floor end unit located just north of the Aspens Market. The updated, fully-furnished unit is 735 square feet and benefits from a strong rental history—making it ideally suited for a first-time homebuyer or a rental property in Jackson Hole.
White-painted wood paneled ceilings reflect window light from the condo’s generous windows throughout the interior. Natural wood accents, a central stone fireplace and hardwood floors provide a rustic warmth to this quintessential Jackson Hole ski condo.