|By PR Newswire||
|September 2, 2014 12:33 PM EDT||
JACKSON HOLE, Wyo., Sept. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Concierge Auctions, a luxury real estate auction firm serving high-net-worth individuals worldwide, today announced the October auctions of three properties totaling 942 acres in Teton Saddleback Vistas and 5925 Lazy H Road, a private and expansive estate within Jackson Hole's prestigious Crescent H community. The properties at Teton Saddleback Vistas are being auctioned in cooperation with Richard Lewis and Jo Gathercole of Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates, an exclusive affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate, and 5925 Lazy H Road is being auctioned in cooperation with Dave NeVille, also of Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates.
Concierge Auctions has auctioned 18 properties in and around Jackson Hole since 2009, totaling over $100M in sales volume. With a flawless success rate in the area, Founder and President of Concierge Auctions Laura Brady is confident that the auctions of both Teton Saddleback Vistas and 5925 Lazy H Road will follow suit.
"At Concierge Auctions, we know Jackson Hole like the back of our hand, and everyone in the area knows us," said Brady. "We've delivered results — and many record sales — time after time. We hand-pick the best buying opportunities in the region, which this Fall are Teton Saddleback Vistas and 5925 Lazy H Road."
And Richard Lewis, listing agent for Teton Saddleback Vistas agrees: "Concierge has always performed exceptionally for me and my sellers starting back at my first auction of the Rockin S Ranch in 2009," said Lewis. "Since then it has been amazing to see their transformation into what I consider the premier luxury auction company in the US. Their learning curve with each auction and the implementation of what they have learned has been very successful and inspirational to observe. More importantly it has translated into a more viable and profitable option for my sellers and myself as their representative."
5925 Lazy H Road in Crescent H
With pristine views of Grand Teton, Sleeping Indian, and the Jackson Hole Valley, 5925 Lazy H Road is what dreams are made of. And dreams can certainly become reality for the new lucky owner who will have the opportunity to build a home of up to 10,000-square-feet as well as a barn to accompany the property's current custom log cabin. Designed by nationally-renowned Ellis Nunn Architects and framed by rolling meadows, evergreen forests, elk, and deer, the 2-bedroom cabin reflects the natural rustic beauty for which Jackson Hole is renowned.
"While 5925 Lazy H Road features a beautiful rustic cabin and gorgeous views of the Grand Tetons, one of its attributes that people have found most exciting is the opportunity that exists for expansion," said listing agent Dave NeVille. "The property's next owner will have the ability to build a home that will be wonderfully private with 360 degree views setting in a wildlife sanctuary that can be enhanced developing the existing stream that runs through the property."
"It was a tough decision to sell the property. It has more wildflowers than I have seen anywhere else in Jackson, which are breathtaking all summer. The property also affords great privacy and 180-degree views of numerous mountain ranges including Grand Teton, yet it is five minutes from the quaint town of Wilson and is not much further to skiing and downtown Jackson," said seller Brook Lenfest. "It will be sad to see it go but exciting that the next owner can build a custom residence to be enjoyed by generations to come."
5925 Lazy H Road in Wilson, Wyoming, was previously offered for $6.5M and will be sold without reserve at a live auction conducted on October 2nd. A 2.5% commission is offered to the buyer's representing broker. The property is open for preview daily from 1-4pm and by appointment. See Auction Terms and Conditions for full details. For more information, call (212) 257-5067.
Teton Saddleback Vistas
Resting on the edge of over 2.7 million acres of protected National Forest lies Teton Saddleback Vistas, one of the last great development opportunities in Teton Valley.
Teton Saddleback Vistas will be auctioned in three separate parcels, or collectively, as a 942-acre property. Parcel 1 features 188.47 acres with a 68,000-sqaure-foot equestrian facility and miles of scenic trails. Parcel 2 features a 153.38-acre development opportunity with thirty 2.5 to 7.5-acre ranch estates and roadway infrastructure. Parcel 3 features 642 acres of undeveloped land with plans in place for 91 ranch estates between 3 and 9 acres each.
"Teton Saddleback Vistas is different than anything else on the Teton Valley side of Jackson Hole. The potential for a thoughtfully planned equestrian community is totally unique," said Rick Massie, owner of Teton Saddleback Vistas. "But now the opportunity is up to the next owners. They can either complete the original plan for the community or otherwise use the properties however they envision. With the expansive acreage and breathtaking scenery, the possibilities are endless."
"Teton Saddleback Vistas' equestrian facility is unrivaled throughout the region," said listing agent Jo Gathercole. "Any equestrian enthusiast who wants the best doesn't have an option but to come take a look at this property. It's quite simply a dream. Plus, there are so many other options to use it as an event facility or other commercial purpose."
Should residents somehow tire of the endless fun that Teton Saddleback Vistas has to offer, they can always escape to one of the four neighboring premier golf courses, Grand Targhee Ski Resort, Grand Teton National Park, or Yellowstone National Park, all just a short drive away.
Teton Saddleback Vistas, located at 308 Teton Saddleback Vista Drive in Driggs, Idaho, was previously offered in its entirety for $9.8M. Its three parcels will be sold without reserve, either together or separately, at a live auction conducted on October 1st. A 3% commission is offered to the buyer's representing broker(s). The property is open for preview daily from 1-4pm and by appointment. See Auction Terms and Conditions for full details. For more information, call (212) 259-0518.
About Concierge Auctions
New York-based Concierge Auctions is the dominant player in the luxury real estate auctions sector, selling high-end properties worldwide through a transparent and market-based bidding process. Since its founding in 2008, Concierge has successfully closed over a half-billion dollars in luxury properties, with $194 million contracted in 2013 alone — at an average price of $5.4 million. The business has spanned the globe, domestically from New York to Hawaii, and abroad from Fiji to Toronto. Concierge was recently named one of America's fastest-growing companies by Inc. Magazine.
The properties are listed for sale by Richard Lewis (906000204), Jo Gathercole (AB29968) and David A. Neville (2873) DBA The NeVille Group (182899) of Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates, LLC - 80 W. Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001 - (307) 733-6060. Concierge Auctions LLC is a marketing service provider for auctions and is a licensed Wyoming Real Estate broker (190600) - 777 S Flagler Drive, W Palm Beach, FL 33401 (888) 966-4759. Concierge Auctions LLC, its agents and affiliates, broker partners, auctioneer, and sellers do not warrant or guaranty the accuracy or completeness of any information and shall have no liability for errors or omissions or inaccuracies under any circumstances in this or any other property listings or advertising, promotional or publicity statements and materials. This is not meant as a solicitation for listings. Brokers are protected and encouraged to participate.
SOURCE Concierge Auctions
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