Stylish, Modern-Craftsman Cottage, built in 2019 by award-winning local builder, J W York Homes, & Designed by award-winning local architect, Arcollab. Located just several blocks from Downtown, 3 Parks, the Oconee River, Greenway & Firefly bike/walk Trails, a proposed Amphitheater in Dudley Park, and perched on a high elevation lot, with vista views...one can watch sunsets over Downtown from the front porch, along with ever-changing moons traveling over the night lights of Athens. ( Truly magical views to enjoy ) Although this location is about as close as one can live to Downtown and UGA, the property is located on a quiet, fairly private street, with minimal traffic, built in 2019, along with an enclave of eclectic modern homes, also built in 2019. These homes create a unique pocket community of newer, low maintenance, energy efficient homes, tucked into a historic neighborhood next to Downtown/UGA. This house plan features a master suite on the main floor, an open common living area that includes 20' ceiling with an impressive wall of windows providing abundant natural light, dining room, living room, 1/2 bath, double french doors which open to a large back porch ( collectively, there is 421' of covered porches ), and a magazine-quality kitchen featuring, large island with built-in microwave & pendant lighting, semi-custom cabinetry, quartz counters, tile backsplash, open wood shelves, stainless appliances, including gas stove, farmhouse apron sink, and a pantry. Upstairs, there's a loft living area at the top of the stairs, surrounded by 3 additional rooms, and a classic, white tiled bathroom. One of these rooms is ideal for an art studio, a yoga room, gym, or home office, although all 3 have the versatility to use creatively, or as bedrooms. The property is a nicely sized, .3 acre intown lot, with sod lawn, irrigation, multiple porches, and an attache carport w 16' vaulted ceiling/roof. This home offers the convenience of being just minutes from away from everything that makes living intown distinctly special, in the most green-centric neighborhood in Athens, Chicopee-Dudley. This neighborhood derives it's name from a pre-Civil War mill on the Oconee River, Chicopee Mill, and Dudley Park, which sits on one side of the river, across from Downtown, and is ony several blocks from the University of Georgia's historic North campus.