Wyoming only has 583,000 people in it, so figuring out who the coolest neighbor is in the entire state probably shouldn’t take too long. OK, we’ve got it. It’s Clay Heighten and his wife, Debra Caudy, the owners of this dazzling vacation home set among the snow-covered hills of Jackson Hole.
Meticulously constructed by Pearson Design Group, this 5,400-square-foot secluded stunner does an amazing job of blending old school, log cabin-esque, rustic goodness with sleek modern day appeal. Built for $4 million on a 5-acre lot, the unit is made of glass, concrete and wood. The respect that most American homes give to the TV set is here bestowed upon the fireplace, as multiple rooms are ready to warm the cockles of your melting heart. With a mix of contemporary and cowboy decor, upscale lighting, and floating shelves in the kitchen, this is one of those rare homes that can truly please both sexes. [Via]
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