There is none other like this modern cottage with Old World charm in the heart of Historic Downtown Watkinsville! Inspired by 1890s Victorian cottage architecture, this home provides all the modern conveniences with high end finishes. Features include soaring 12 foot ceilings, vintage touches throughout, new luxury carpet in main bedroom, elegant touches in kitchen, casement windows throughout, all new paint inside and out, new architectural shingle roof March 2023. The entry and primary bedroom boast antique restored lighting from a 1910 bank in Chicago. Vintage French chandeliers hang in the kitchen and are complimented by a restored antique chandelier in the dining room. The primary bedroom suite boasts large windows overlooking the wooded rear yard, new carpet, a great walk-in closet with laundry closet inside, a spacious luxury bathroom with vintage stain glass windows. The porches, both fully screened and open, feature Chippendale accents and are divided by a barn door sliding screen. The guest suite is Terrace level and is accessed by a spiral staircase inside the house as well as from the sliding door on the terrace patio. Guest suite features include slate tile floors and a grotto style bath suite, which has a rain shower, jetted tub, custom art inlays in the floor and walls, and all brick walls. One of the most impressive features of this property is the mature low maintenance landscaping. When designed by Jim Shearon along with architect Van Strickland and built by Smith Wilson, the homesite was chosen to accommodate and enhance the already existing foliage. With magnolias that are over 50 years old, large Japanese maples that are also in their prime, and many other plantings, you will feel like you are in a treehouse surrounded by ever-changing colors and hues. In all, every part of this property has been meticulously thought out from inception to construction to maintenance. It will be so easy to move in and just breathe. Then head downtown for dinner and dessert. The Watkinsville world is your oyster.