Jason and Anne Spaeth have listed their approximately 12,000-acre Bar Cross Ranch with Jim Taylor of Hall and Hall for $35 million. Located 60 miles south of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the working cattle ranch, which has ties to the Grateful Dead and John F. Kennedy Jr., has undergone major renovations since the Spaeths purchased the property in 2016. More than $7 million was invested to update infrastructure and create an ecologically efficient ranch operation that runs 2,500 yearlings. The property includes a 40-acre lake and approximately 2.5 miles of New Fork River frontage. Structures include a four-bedroom home built in 1910, a manager’s house, foreman’s house, other residences, barns, and an outdoor arena. According to a memoir written by the grandson of previous owner, John Perry Barlow, the Bar Cross Ranch has a rich history. Once a lyricist for the Grateful Dead, Barlow wrote music with founding member Bob Weir on the grounds. John F. Kennedy Jr. allegedly spent the summer of 1977 working on the ranch. Read more HERE.