A history-loaded home in the Hill Country Town of Fredericksburg is back on the market with a $600,000 price reduction.
The five-bedroom, six-bath Victorian was listed around February for $3.2 million and around two weeks ago went back on the sales block with an asking price just shy of $2.6 million.
Built in 1903, the property sits beside Town Creek, two blocks from Fredericksburg's historic Main Street, and the house has enough historical significance to warrant a marker from the state of Texas.
German immigrant Christian Crenwelge, a farmer and cabinetmaker, bought the land in 1872 and operated a molasses press on-site before constructing the home, which he lived in until 1906, according to state records.
The home's great room has a vaulted ceiling supported by antique timber beams. Restored bead board and original yellow pine floors run through the home, which also includes an antique wardrobe converted into a bar.
This home is listed by Mike Starks
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