Character, craftsmanship and custom finishes abound in this truly unique, early 1900’s Victorian farmhouse. Completely renovated in 2017, Oneta Woodworks and Saint Udio Metalworks collaborated on the renovation, resulting in finishes that are just as much a work of art as they are an example of artisan craftsmanship. One look inside and you’ll see that this home is unlike anything on the market currently—the reclaimed heart pine floors, concrete counters and custom island can’t help but be noticed and admired. New HVAC, new windows, new paint, new kitchen, new baths…every inch of this house has been restored or replaced, and is ready for new owners! Inside the front door the expansive open-concept living and kitchen unfolds, with it’s gorgeous reclaimed heart pine, bead-board ceiling and antique fireplace. The brand-new kitchen features beautiful concrete counters with an integrated farmhouse sink, gas range with stainless hood, wooden open-shelving and custom light and dark cabinetry. The long row of kitchen windows have been restored and can swing outward, providing a welcome breeze during Spring and Fall. In addition, the large kitchen island was built by Oneta and St. Udio using reclaimed wooden joists from the house itself! Off the kitchen the half-bath and laundry room are easily accessible, though with ample privacy. The back kitchen door leads onto the wood deck, overlooking the surprisingly large backyard. Two generous-sized bedrooms, each with its own fireplace and soaring ceilings, share a Jack and Jill bathroom with subway tile and a custom concrete basin sink. The master bedroom boasts two closets, a fireplace and a stunning master bath. A concrete double vanity, frameless glass door shower, and white and black tile set off the master bath. The master suite also has its own entrance and can be separated from the rest of the house by closing a foyer door, making it a perfect option for guests or as an AirBnB rental. Possibly the best thing going for this property, though, is its location—situated on the corner of Satula and Yonah off Boulevard, you will be steps from Ike and Jane or Automatic Pizza, a quick stroll to Bishop Park for the Farmer’s Market, a short walk or bike ride to Chase Street Elementary or Piedmont Athens Regional, and less than two miles to the UGA Arch. Act quick on this perfect combination of yesterday-meets-today…it might not last until tomorrow!