Located only 10 minutes south of the town of Jackson, meander across the Swinging Bridge and along the relic of the last remaining section of the Old Jackson Highway and over to quiet and serene Porcupine Creek, which runs through the front of the property. This 1.33 acre site is nestled amongst 35 acres of undevelopable open space. There's some history here too as the logs used to construct the home were obtained from the momentous 1988 Yellowstone wildfires. Expansive decks provide perfect locations for coffee in the morning and drinks in the evening all while viewing an array of abundant wildlife. An open great room with vaulted ceilings, dining area and adjoining kitchen creates a flow where all will feel included in the festivities.