Custom designed plan by renowned home architect Jack Arnold built in 2007 in exclusive Triple Creek. Only 5 miles from Main St. The beautiful stone gated entrance leads to a circular drive surrounded by post oak...read full description
The ranch is a hill country gem with elevation changes from 2166' to 2080' which create multiple outstanding build sites on the property. About 80% of the tree cover is post oak with shin and Spanish oak as well. The...read full description
This 18.09+/- Acres would make a perfect commercial venue; borders 2 winery/vineyards, 2 B&B's and a KOA Campground; located right off Hwy 290 on RR 1376. Property is game fenced and includes 2-288 +/-sq ft...read full description
In 1847, a young German immigrant named John O. Meuesbach met with Comanche Chief Ketemoczy just north of Fredericksburg to engage in peace talks. As the representative of a German immigrant society that had just purchased 3.88 million acres in the Texas Hill Country, Meuesbach sought mutual understanding and respect between his people and the Comanche. The resultant peace treaty, known as the Meuesbach-Comanche Treaty, is to this day considered to be the only unbroken pact between U.S. settlers and Native Americans.
This commitment to finding common ground and living gently remains the bedrock of Fredericksburg’s charming small-town culture. Today, Fredericksburg is recognized as one of the friendliest, most welcoming Texas towns, where residents and families enjoy a higher-than-average quality of life and work together to maintain a beautiful, livable community. What’s more, Fredericksburg is in the heart of the Texas wine country and has a thriving art and live music scene.