108 N ACORN ST.
FREDERICKSBURG, TX 78624
$1,575,000 | 2 BED | 2 FULL 1 HALF BATH | 4,161 SQFT | 0.42 ACRES
This original 1885 home has been completely renovated with a chef’s kitchen, butler’s pantry, whiskey and cigar bar, and outdoor fireplace. From the 600-bottle wine cellar that was converted from the original root cellar to the cistern that is now a table, and even the back yard which is equipped with tie downs for party tents, this Hill Country home does not miss a detail. Whether it’s being used as a primary residence, vacation home, party venue or tasting room, this unique downtown property is built for entertaining. The layout is uniquely flexible and could easily be turned into a three-bedroom home.
Property Type: Residential
Schools: Fredericksburg School District
Seller's Estimated Tax: $14,665.00
Estimated Year Built: 1880-1899
Number of Stories: One and One Half
Deed Restriction: No
Flood Plain: No
Full Bathrooms: 2
Half Bathrooms: 1
Fireplace/Wood Stove: Living Room, Wood Burning Stove, Gas Starter
Interior Features: High Ceilings, Wet Bar, Walk-in Closet, Security System, Washer-Dryer Connection, Formal Dining Room, Ceiling Fans, Smoke Detector
Site Features: Hot Tub, Privacy Fence, Wired for High Speed Internet, Large Back Patio, Sprinkler System
Triple Detached Carport
Heating: Central Electric, Zoned H/A
Type and Style: Historical, Early Fredericksburg
Roof: Standing Seam
Construction: Historic Rock, Stucco, Stone
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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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