Take a step back in time as you enter this beautiful, pioneer stone homestead. Located just two blocks from the heart of downtown Fredericksburg, this historical home sits on a R-2 zoned town lot, originally granted by the German Emigration Company, stretching between Schubert and Travis Street. Built in the 1870s, pioneers used oxen and horse drawn wagons to transport limestone rock that was quarried at Cross Mountain. Although lovingly restored, the home still maintains the historical characteristics of its era with traditional German craftsmanship, such as the 22+/- inch thick limestone rock walls and full front porches on both levels...carrying you back to simpler times. With this ample sized lot, the possibilities are endless! The lot's depth of 200 feet allows plenty of room for adding onto the home itself, the building of additional structures, a garden area or even a pool if you wish. The carport & outbuilding have the potential of a guest house, craft room, man-cave, outdoor kitchen, or pool house. A variety of options await the new owners of this home! This charming, historic rock home, with loads of character, is waiting for your personal touches.