For the first time in 40 years, one of Tryon’s historic treasures is on the market. Enjoyed by one family since the 1980s, “Grey Logs” was built in the Dark Corner of Greenville County before the Civil War by S.C. Gov. Perry as a summer place. In the 1930s, Ms. Lowe moved it log by log, stone by stone, 2 miles to a knoll on Piney Mountain in the Overlook section of Gillette Woods. Features include: hand-hewn, chestnut logs 20 inches wide; five fireplaces; a 14-foot wide covered stone terrace; cathedral ceilings in the bedrooms upstairs supported by round pine sapling poles; yellow pine floors throughout.! All electric, plumbing, lighting updated in 2006, new roof 2010. Living room, bunk room chimney lined. New high-efficiency Lenox AC unit. All ready for a new family and new set of lasting memories!