This magnificent farmhouse – perhaps the oldest home on the south end of Grant Park and now operating as The Social Goat Bed & Breakfast – underwent a total deconstruction and renovation that took nearly three years after the owners purchased the home in 2005. Originally built in 1900 for a family that included 13 children, the property has undergone major revitalization into a 5-bedroom, 5-bath mansion. The original trim remains throughout the house, which the homeowners carefully took off and put aside during the renovation process. When additional doors and windows were added several months later and more trim was needed, the homeowners had a master craftsman create new header boards, fluted door trim, rosettes and even plinths and headblocks that perfectly matched the existing woodwork. The owners also restored original pocket windows throughout, and added five covered porches. All of this work floats above new Brazilian cherry hardwoods on all three floors. Currently operating as a successful bed and breakfast, there are many personal touches the owners have added, including a variety of antique furnishings and other rare finds, like the 18th century dining room suite, which includes a hand-carved buffet. One of the owners, who is an an antique restoration specialist by trade, has procured all of the vanities in the bathrooms through various venues, and has renovated each bathroom to emphasize the uniqueness of each piece. Beyond the "big house,” step out back and fall in love with the oversized yard that includes a 3-car garage complete with an upstairs 1/1 apartment, a courtyard with a fireplace & fountain, and a completely separate 1/1 "bird's nest" ADU house at the back of the property. Last but not least, there's a working “barn and barnyard” full of chickens, miniature goats, turkeys, ducks and bees. And although the animals will go with the owners to their new place, they'll be on site to visit during the active listing period.