Contact Info:

(307) 856-4112
ken@westernimages.net

 


Hoback Village, viewed as arriving from Jackson

Lodge - Frame & Log Approx. 2500 sq. ft.
Forced air heat (furnace)
Fireplace with insert
One double wall heater (propane)
Propane hot water heater

Kitchen - commercially equipped
Dining Room - seats 24
Storage & Utility Rooms
2 Public Restrooms


6 plus acres - Modern rustic log cabins (8 units)
plus outbuildings & corrals

Main building consists of:
Bar, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility and Storage,
2 Public Restrooms and
Owner's Quarters (Large Bedroom and full bath).   
 


Rustic Pine Bar
(Commercially equipped kitchen behind it)

 


Rustic Dining Room seats 24, cozy atmosphere with woodstove and mountain views; handmade pine dining sets, wagonwheel chandeliers and picture windows on both sides of the room


Vaulted Ceiling of Master Bedroom



Interior of a cabin room


Land Plat - Bold lines designate the Lots offered for sale as one unit

Three Duplex Cabins - Log  
approx. 650 sq. ft each
Total of 3 bedrooms and 2 baths per cabin
2 double wall heaters, propane
Hot water heater, propane


Second Cabin


Cabin - Log & Frame (Bunkhouse) approx. 512 sq. ft
2 bedrooms, bath
Wall Heater, propane
Hot water heater, propane
Storage room

Pumproom (Well & Pressure System)

Storage Shed - Frame  approx. 384 sq. ft



Fourth Cabin
faces the Hoback River and  Fortress Hill


Cabins One and Two


Cabins Two and Three
Main Lodge

Lodge during hunting season (October)


View North down Lodge boardwalk


Night view of cabins


View straight out from Lodge door
(buckrail fence has been replaced - see top photos)


View North from end of Lodge boardwalk


Closer  view of mountains
   

Back yard...speaks for itself!

Hoback Village is located in a commercial zone on Highway 180-191 at Bondurant, just 35 miles south of Jackson. 

The property is situated between the Hoback River and the highway, with a 500 ft. frontage on the highway. 

There are two trout streams and the river within a few yards of the Lodge.  

Property joins Bridger Teton National Forest.