You’ll fall in love with this charming Victorian Cottage located on Acorn Street in Fredericksburg, Texas. The Acorn Sunday House is a charming Victorian cottage that has been run for years as a popular B&B. The cottage has been updated to include modern conveniences while expertly maintaining the period decor. With its gingerbread-style facade, stamped metal ceilings, wood floors, and front porch with rocking chairs, this home embodies the look of Fredericksburg houses from the late 1800s. The cottage is located just one block off of Main Street, within easy walking distance of Fredericksburg’s cultural center, and comes with enough acreage to build your home near Main Street if you so desire. The cottage is for sale and is sure to not stay long on the market.
Fredericksburg is known in part for the beautiful, rustic cabins that are dotted throughout the surrounding Hill Country. This is just one of the homes you will find in the area that has a variety of styles of home designs including classic log cabins or charming cottages. Whether you are looking for a home that is right off of Main Street or boasts stunning Hill Country acreage, these are five quintessential Hill Country cabins and cottages that are currently on the market.
In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, the town of Fredericksburg, Texas is just a stone’s throw away from the cities of Austin and San Antonio. Despite its proximity to the larger cities, the town is popular because it still maintains that small-town feel while still having plenty of things to see and do. The town has a unique German heritage with thriving wineries, shopping, and museums, making it the perfect weekend getaway from just about anywhere.
Wildseed Farms is just one of the places you might visit on your vacation stay in Fredericksburg, it’s like a playground for people who love the outdoors. In the spring, summer, and fall, its fields teem with flowers of every hue from the famous Texas bluebonnets to brilliant red standing Cyprus. The wildflower farm has walking trails, butterfly gardens, and an endless number of photo opportunities. There is also a wide variety of plants, seeds, and food items for sale in the shops. Part of the National Museum of the Pacific War, the Japanese Garden of Peace provides a moment of quiet downtown and a counterpoint to the tragedy of war discussed in the buildings that surround it.
For a small town, Fredericksburg has a surprisingly large number of things to see and do. Whether you want to explore the great beauty of the Texas Hill Country or find the perfect gift in a Main Street boutique, Fredericksburg has more fun than you have on vacation. The area especially has a lot of outdoor activities to enjoy with its rolling hills, colorful wildflowers, and winding country roads that are enough to make anyone want to visit. The area has everything from bats (and millions of them) to 300 species of birds. There’s also hiking or rock climbing at Enchanted Rock, plus bicycling and horseback riding.