Developed in 1987, Dairy Ranches subdivision was once home to a dairy operation and cattle ranch in Jackson Hole. The names of the subdivision’s roads reveal its historical past: Dairy Lane, Creamery Lane, and Red House Road. To ensure the seclusion and privacy homeowners desire, through-roads are non-existent in Dairy Ranches.
Dairy Ranches is perfect for the Jackson Hole real estate buyer who desires to live in solitude and privacy, yet be in close proximity to downtown Jackson. Just 15-minutes by car to Teton Village and Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, this 525-acre neighborhood is perfectly located for enjoying nearby restaurants, shopping, entertainment, world-class skiing, and seclusion.
The neighborhood, featuring 23 larger parcels with the smallest being 10 acres, was thoughtfully developed with privacy and open space in mind. Making it even more appealing, Dairy Ranches is one of the few real estate offerings in Jackson Hole close to town with large, horse-friendly acreages.
Dairy Ranches not only shares a boundary with 3 Creek Ranch, but it borders a large collection of protected conservation property. Winding its way through the ranch, Spring Creek draws a spectacular array of wildlife and waterfowl. And, the undeniably beauty of the area’s panoramic views capture the Grand Teton, Glory Bowl, and Munger mountains.