Marschall Creek Retreat
The Marschall Creek Retreat is a 4 BR, 4 BA, 3300+ sq. ft. house sitting on 12 acres in the beautiful Texas Hill Country near Fredericksburg. This house, originally built in the 1870’s by German emigrant stonemason Peter Maurer, is a true treasure of German heritage and the limestone rock buildings that were typical during the settlement of this area.
This densely wooded property provides the perfect balance of isolated country charm, where you can get away and experience nature in all its splendor, and easy access to Fredericksburg and the Hill Country Wine Trails where you can enjoy shopping, food, wine, museums, and all that the “center of the Texas Hill Country” has to offer.
With Marschall Creek Retreat you get King beds in three of the bedrooms and a Queen bed in the fourth bedroom. This historic house has many original features such as the build-in pie safe, keystone arches over windows and doors, and multiple chimneys. The Rustic décor combines with modern day conveniences of central heat/air, Wi-Fi Internet, flat screens TV’s with Dish satellite premium channels and DVD players, wood-burning fireplace, Jacuzzi bath tub, and an outdoor hot tub which lets you experience the best of the past and present simultaneously. Sitting outside on the rock porch, patio or deck drinking your morning coffee, surrounded by trees and a working windmill, you can watch the deer on the property as well as other country wildlife. During the evening hours you can enjoy the outdoor fire-pit as well as the patio hot tub while experiencing the magnificent starry skies.
This property is located six short miles from town, just off North Texas Highway 16.
Fredericksburg TX 78624