***OPEN HOUSE 2-4 p.m. on Sat., Sept. 16th.*** Here is your rare opportunity to own a recorded piece of history. This large .45 acre city lot contains according to the Texas Historical Commission the precious "Pape Log Cabin, erected sometime in 1846 with communal effort from the first 40 settlers of Fredericksburg. In 1851, Rev. Gottlieb Burchard Dangers built the main house constructed in the Pioneer German Style with some walls in Fachwerk (half-timbered) construction. The two rooms and cellar were added in 1857. The latest addition was erected in 1996, bringing the total square footage to 1447, enhancing this 1 bedroom 2 bath home. The current owner also has semi-approved plans available for an additional consideration to modernize and enlarge the non-historic areas of the home. This also has city approval for short term rental, and is within walking distance to all the attractions that Fredericksburg main street has to offer.