STEP BACK IN TIME –
You can almost feel the history in “The Doebbler House” which was originally built in the late 1850’s. Today this lovingly restored pioneer stone homestead shines as a wonderful architectural example of early German craftsmanship. The authentic restoration of the original limestone home exudes charm and comfort while keeping its traditional roots. Through out the home you will find many of the original hardwood floors along with original door jams and doors; just about anything that was able to be saved was saved during the restoration. Home offers two living spaces, the first features the original fireplace and awesome exposed wooden beams which flow together with the charming dining area. The spacious 2nd living area is 24’x19′ boasting high ceilings, its own fireplace and lots of storage. You will love the exposed rock which you find throughout the home including in the inviting master bedroom, featuring vaulted ceiling with reclaimed bead board ceiling plus his and her closets. The master bath used to be the horse stable, but now features a claw foot tub, walk in shower and his and her sinks. Make your own memories preparing meals or visiting with friends in the kitchen which features custom cabinets made from reclaimed barn wood, kitchen island and stainless steel appliances; or share a cup of coffee in the breakfast nook located adjacent the kitchen. Upstairs you will find two additional bedrooms, exposed rock walls, high ceilings, and visible cedar plank ceiling runners. The spare room adjacent to the stairs offers plenty of opportunity for a game room, office, craft room, or a cozy book nook!
THERE IS MORE –
The property also includes an early stone gastehaus which includes its own bath, small living area / bedroom and upstairs loft with additional bed space. Whether its family or out of town guests they will love the romantic pioneer ambiance. The guest house is part of the barn which is located across the yard offering your company their own private getaway. You will also be delighted by the original old barn with rusted tin and pioneers stone that offers covered storage and carport for vehicles, plus a great rustic workshop. Out back the original smoke house offers more storage or could be finished out to an art studio or second guest home. The original tank house and chicken coup have also been preserved on the property.
The 5 acres offers a fabulous setting with a great mix of mature trees and a small creek which runs through the back corner of the property. The quaint front porch also includes a big rock patio making a great spot to relax and enjoy the peace and quite of the country. The large xeriscaped back yard looks over the gentle sloping terrain leading down to the creek and incorporates two old milling stones found on the property. The drive to the home is beautiful and only 7.3 miles south of highway 290, and only 10 miles to downtown Fredericksburg!
|Address:||542 Doebbler Rd|
|Lot Square Feet:||5 acres|