Tucked away in the heart of Texas Hill Country, this homestead captures the essence of rustic living while remaining remarkably close to the historic and vibrant town of Fredericksburg. Imagine a place where you can enjoy the calm of the countryside and yet, within a short drive, find yourself amidst the bustling streets lined with boutique shops, quaint eateries, and the rich tapestry of Texan history.
A significant advantage of this location is its commercial viability along with its proximity to the renowned Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park and of course the town of Fredericksburg just 3.5 miles away.
The residence, true to its country roots, is a single-story dwelling with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The primary suite, with its walk-in shower and dual sinks, remains a comfortable enclave, and the flow between the Living and Family Rooms is open and inviting.
Set against a backdrop of 11.353 acres, the property's vast expanse is a testament to the freedom of country living—yet with the unique advantage of having no known restrictions. Over 10 of these acres enjoy an AG Exemption and currently nurture a modest herd of cattle, evoking a simpler time of Texan pastoral life. The sturdy Chicken Coop adds another dimension of rural authenticity.
Practical outbuildings, including a workshop, equipment storage, and three RV/Trailer Sheds, cater to both the functional and adventurous aspects of country living. A traditional white fence encircles the home, ensuring the cattle roam where they should.
The beauty of 327 Otto Eckhardt Lane is its duality: while it offers an untouched canvas of rustic potential, it's also strategically positioned near Highway 87, bridging the gap between pastoral serenity and the conveniences and attractions of Fredericksburg. This is a rare find: acreage that whispers tales of the past, yet holds promise for the future, all within arm's reach of town comforts.