Come over the river and through the woods to this spectacular, owner-built, custom, Arts & Crafts home with 275+ feet of frontage on the Pacolet River. Quartersawn white oak throughout the house, as well as cherry, chestnut oak, hemlock, poplar, walnut, locust, cypress, and hickory. Solid wood custom cabinets, doors and windows, with sold brass and bronze fittings. All ceilings 10-14 feet. 41-foot vaulted ceiling in the living room with deluxe who house ceiling fan. Poured foundation walls. Second living quarters down. Conveniently located off N.C. Scenic Byway Hwy. 176 between Saluda and Tryon, at historic Slaughterhouse Cut on Saluda Grade, with easy hiking access to a dozen beautiful waterfalls. Every detail is top quality, from lifetime layered roof, copper valleys, Alderlea wood stove, antique copper and wood sinks, Thor gas oven/range, dual fuel heat pump, gas furnace, and freestanding gas fireplaces, antique India brass and copper ship lights over kitchen island.