A Paris Mountain landmark, seven miles by highway to Greenville or less than four by air is a "one of a kind", geological anomaly. Most such places arc, as a rule, owned and controlled by local, state or federal agencies.
Not at The Pinnacle at Paradise Point or its magnificent surrounding, untouched acreage.
The Pinnacle is the Premier Vantage Point, at the extreme western end of Paris Mountain; to say the view is spectacular is a statement of grand proportions. The range of view is equally outstanding and is enhanced by the roundness of that end of the mountainous landscape.
Suggestions of every conceivable nature have been proposed for unique ways to use this lofty plateau driven by the knowledge that not only can a visitor to the location see everything in the immense valley below, but everyone within that valley and within eye sight can sec you and anything on that plateau.