JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.
Dec. 7, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Luxury real estate firm
, which has a successful track record of selling luxury ranch properties and other premier estates nationwide, is pleased to announce that two legacy ranches back-dropped by
's breathtaking Teton Mountain Range sold at a live auction today. Known as Bar B Bar Ranches 9 and 10, the approximately 100-acre properties are part of the total 780-acre ranch and represent two of the few land parcels remaining in
that offer all the key elements required in a legacy property — live water, spectacular mountain views, a plethora of wildlife, open meadows, towering trees, unparalleled privacy and a convenient location. The properties were sold in cooperation with
Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty
. Evans and
, also of Jackson Hole Sotheby's International Realty, represented the buyers.
Concierge Auctions' global marketing campaign generated 4,684 website visitors from all US states (led by
) and 87 international countries (led by
, the UK,
). A total of 477 buyer prospects inquired about the properties, and 11 bidders participated in the sale.
"Having worked and lived in the
area for many years, I've seen the demand for luxury real estate continue to grow, due in part to untouched legacy ranch properties like Bar B Bar Ranches 9 and 10. Their privacy, convenience to amenities and sheer beauty attracted a wide range of buyers from across the world, thanks to exposure from the Concierge team," Evans stated. "Working with Concierge was a positive and exciting experience. Identifying 11 bidders in less than a month was no easy feat, but they met and exceeded all expectations, resulting in overall success."
Bar B Bar Ranch 9 features spring-fed creeks and beautiful aspen, fir and cottonwood trees surrounded by gorgeous natural foliage and dramatic Teton Range views. The ranch's over 109 acres includes Snake River frontage and premier privacy. Beautifully timbered with spring fed creeks, Bar B Bar Ranch 10 offers the same stunning views, water, wildlife and natural foliage and is set on over 98 acres.