On the one hand, it’s a city of big skies and Southern charm. Where the residents know and care about their neighbors. Tickets to the high school football games are sold out months in advance, and you have to get to church early to find a parking space. Rush hour is when you have to wait behind two cars at a traffic light. And everyone slows down for the deer and to admire the stunning sunsets.
But, Fredericksburg is also a city of nationally recognized museums, restaurants, music and entertainment you’d expect in a city 10 times its size. We’re home to the world-class National Museum of the Pacific War, famed artists and musicians, millions of bats and more millionaires than any city in Texas. We’re the epicenter of the Texas Hill Country wine region, the second-largest viticultural area in the nation and one of the top wine destinations named by Wine Enthusiast Magazine.
6 Fun Facts About Fredericksburg:
Named the “South’s Best Small Town in Texas” by Southern Living
Represented Texas in Architectural Digest’s “Prettiest Town in Every US State”
Voted #10 on USA Today’s “Best Small Town Food Scene”
Listed in PureWow’s “Friendliest Towns in America”
Listed as one of “America’s Ultimate Wine Regions” by TripAdvisor
Ranked as the top Texas city for millionaires per capita by Phoenix Marketing International
Home Town Appeal
Hear what the current homeowner, John Wallace, has to say on why he chose Fredericksburg, Texas, as a place to call home.
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John Wallace, the current homeowner, discusses his favorite moments of evolving a 19th-century home into a 21st-century masterpiece.
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