In 1911, just 5 years after Saskatoon became a city, construction of the McFarland House began. This iconic crafstman-style property located in the heart of City Park, and just steps from the river, offers over 2400 sq ft of space. Brimming with original character and charm, the main floor features stunning oak and maple hardwood floors, original quarter-sawn oak paneling, and 2 fireplaces. In 2004 the property went through an award winning restoration and renovation which rejuvenated the original character while creating an open concept feel to the second floor. In 2011 the basement was renovated with reinforced steel beams, insulated and rebuilt using pressure-treated walls, in-floor heat and a built in sound system. A carved labyrinth in the floor creates an ideal space for meditation while offering a truly unique feature. Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to own a piece of history on a prime piece of land!