This slope side home sits on the edge of the Bridger Teton National Forest, a short hop east of the Union Pass chairlift – a vantage point that affords spectacular views of the valley below and the mountain above. Belying its 3,500 square feet, Barry House feels like a cozy cabin.
A spacious living room lies on the lower level, welcoming gatherings with family and friends. Ample windows frame spectacular views to the south, east and west. A towering stone fireplace comes with a gas insert. Furnishings include a game table and a built-in window seat for snuggling up with a good book or gazing out at the scenery.
The fully-equipped kitchen includes a wet bar – the perfect spot for après-ski storytelling. The dining room, ringed by tall windows with mountain views, offers hardwood floors and access to the deck with its hot tub. The laundry room and pantry adjoin the kitchen and the garage entryway.
The four bedrooms are tucked upstairs and share two full baths (a third bath, downstairs, sits next to the kitchen). The spacious king bedroom features access to the deck (a shared bath lies across the hall). There are two twin bedrooms – cozy and comfortable – and a fourth bedroom with two queen beds and deck access. A single car bay in the back garage is accessible only by 4WD vehicles, however non-4WD cars can use the front parking area.