Look Inside a $48M Log Cabin-Style Mansion on 127 Acres in Wyoming

With winter weather and ski season in full swing, log cabin-style homes are looking cozier than ever out west. Just north of Jackson, Wyoming sits a hand-crafted mansion, far from a cabin in size, with a style personifying the luxurious feel of a ski-in, ski-out resort. Dubbed Elk Run Estate, the rustic chateau sits on 127 acres and captures picturesque views of the Teton Range. Listed for $48 million, it may be the most lavish log home you ever lay eyes on.

Boasting both a main and guest house, elevated ceilings and natural wood carry throughout the structures. With 13,300 square feet of space in the main home including seven bathrooms and nine bathrooms, along with several living spaces truly make this a getaway spot for friends and family. A beautiful sunroom captures nearly picturesque views of the Tetons, a scene straight out of a painting. For those cold, snowy nights, warm up by one of the 10 grand fireplaces in the home. The nearly 2,000 square foot guest house encompasses two additional bedrooms, two bathrooms as well as a loft space.

While Jackson Hole holds one of the top ski resorts in North America, the activities in this extraordinary area aren’t restricted just to the slopes. When the snow melts and the greenery blooms, enjoy hiking or horseback riding, close accessibility to countless golf courses, and fly-fishing right on your own acreage.

Less than 3% of land in Jackson Hole is privately owned, the rest is protected. A natural paradise for endless peace and quiet, this rare estate is listed with Donna Clinton and Elizabeth Vance of Jackson Hole Sotheby’s International Realty.