To its former owners, Wyoming’s priciest listing was far more than a cash gem.

“It was our home,” said Julie Givens, describing a 233-acre plot on the banks of the Snake River that has been in her family for almost 40 years. Earlier this summer, Jackson Hole Ranch was listed for $35 million — the highest priced offering in the state when it was listed in July.

Contact Evan Robinson-Johnson at 732-5901 or ERJ@jhnewsandguide.com.

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