The Larkspur condominium lies within the Aspens. A quick five miles south of Teton Village, the Aspens neighborhood sits within walking distance of the Teton Pines Golf Course, as well as a gourmet market, well-stocked liquor store, two beloved restaurants (one Austrian, one Japanese), a bustling coffeehouse, a UPS store and a salon, among other conveniences. A renovated roost envelopes families and friends in chic accents. The slate foyer greets guests with wall hooks for storage, and the first bedroom lies just beyond. A wood carousel bed wrapped in crimson bedding shares the space with a wall-mounted TV, decorative dresser and closet. Hide drums serve as nightstands. A contemporary bear painting hangs above the bed. A hallway leads to a renovated bathroom with a veined granite countertop, slate flooring and granite-tile shower/tub. A washer and a dryer live in the bathroom too. The gourmet kitchen echoes the bathroom aesthetic with the same granite for the countertops. Pig pulls add culinary flare to the cabinetry. Stainless steel appliances and a deep basin sink round out the gourmet amenities. A cut-through connects to the great room. A bison skull tops the rock fireplace and faces the leather couch and pair of matching armchairs. Artful lighting accents the living area, and an upholstered reading nook and bench flank the fireplace. A wall-mounted TV with a DVD player invites lounging. A round dining table seats six beneath an antler and crystal chandelier. Crimson drapes frame mountain views visible through the many windows or the private deck, where a grill and table with benches encourage eating outdoors. Carpeted stairs lead to a private loft. A second bedroom offers 2 twin beds atop wooden frames. The bathroom features decorative tile, a glass shower and pedestal sink. A walk-in closet is tucked beneath the gambled roof. A TV and dresser complete the upstairs perch.