Owl Creek is a neighborhood waiting to be discovered. It has all the amenities homebuyers are looking for in Jackson Hole, with big Teton views, abundant wildlife, private access to the Snake River and close proximity to historic downtown Jackson. Yet because the property’s owner has taken a measured approach to development, only a handful of homes have been built to date. Lots range in size from 3 to 6 acres, and many have water features.
Spring creeks flow through the terrain, which is a true Jackson Hole combination of open meadows and heavily forested areas. At times Owl Creek can seem like a wildlife preserve. Migrating elk travel through the timbered areas in spring and fall. Deer, moose like to hang out on the property, and the occasional bear has been spotted as well.
Owl Creek homeowners have the best of both worlds. The property provides the peaceful seclusion of private mountain-town retreat, but it takes only about 10 minutes to drive into Jackson for shopping, dining and entertainment. Owl Creek is close to Jackson Hole Airport but far away enough that residents don’t hear aircraft noise.
There aren’t many neighborhoods in Jackson Hole that can be described as undiscovered. Owl Creek is one.