Located just outside of Fredericksburg Main Street lies this 1880s restored German Sunday House on 8.223+/- beautifully treed acres. This homestead was renovated in 2010 from the ground up, with only the hand-chiseled block left in place. The meticulous refinishing maintained the homes historic character, with original exposed rock walls, reclaimed long-leaf pine floors/doors and wood beams. At the same time, the restoration added all new electrical and plumbing systems, icynene insulation, and 17 foundation piers to ensure stability for generations to come.
Besides the main home, the property includes a 1/1 guest house with kitchen and full bath. there are also two 1,152 sq ft storage/workshop buildings with concrete slab floors. One of the buildings has an upstairs loft that could easily be converted into living quarters, with 252 sq ft of conditioned space and a full bath.
The property itself is highly treed, providing a park-like setting, and has two water wells and a pond. The site has no restrictions and could easily be converted into a vineyard, B&B complex or your own family homestead.
From Fredericksburg's Main Street, go north on Washington St. At Travis St, turn right (east) to N Lee St. At N Lee, turn left (north) and property will be on the right.