Ranch house features medieval-inspired craftsmanship in Jackson Hole


Surrounded by nature, this ranch house is the perfect example of medieval-inspired craftsmanship by JLF Architects along with Big-D Signature, located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The home was constructed on a property that was once ravaged and forgotten by time, but held such extraordinary potential. Now laced by resuscitated waterways, the site represents a jewel in the region. There are plenty of fantastic design features throughout, including a dining “bridge” over a spillway. An oasis in this mountainous region.

The ranch house is enclosed with reclaimed stone from Montana, reclaimed timber trusses, along with reclaimed timber posts and beams. Beautiful and rare reclaimed chestnut floors, cabinets and doors helps to give you a sense that you are walking down the halls of a 15th century castle. Retractable Italian windows allow natural light and a cool Wyoming breeze to flow effortlessly throughout the rooms.


Above: A floating dining room bridge features windows that fully open, making this the most stunning place to enjoy dinner!


“This Wyoming oasis hugs a string of resuscitated ponds, a watery border honored by patios—thresholds which allow the homeowners to reflect upon the site’s industrial past and heirloom future,” states the architects.

Above: To help protect against the frost depth and the water, the architects used a hydroponic admixture in the concrete foundation, and dug the foundation well below the frost depth.


Above: The architects sited the house in the middle of a pond with a wooden walkway that leads up to the front door.


What We Love: This fabulous ranch house offers some fabulous details, from the beautiful wood flooring to the exquisite stone walls and wood ceiling beams. The dining room is simply incredible, the way the doors open on both sides to let in the cool breezes and set right above the pond, great concept! This home is so warm and cozy and just beautiful, we would love to live here… how about you? Let us know your thoughts in the Comments below!!

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Above: The doors are made by Brombol windows from Italy.


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Above: The beautiful flooring is Frontier Stone.




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Photos: Audrey Hall Photograhy

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Teri Tobey
3 years ago

Absolutely fabulous