This Historic home in downtown New Braunfels, is what dreams are crafted from, and located an easy 7 block walk or golf cart ride from the downtown square. Some remodel work has been completed throughout, however the original stonemason owner’s hand cut blocks and masonry work are still present and featured within the interior. Step back in time as you enjoy the wisping memories of days gone by. Some original features are the windows, crystal doorknobs throughout, tin cabinets under the kitchen sink, dining room chandelier, tile flooring and shower tile in guest bath, hard wood floors that were refurbished in 2017, among others. Some additions to the house include an office created from the original main entry, a remodeled guest house featuring a full bath with its original sink, the master bath and walk-in closet, additional kitchen counter and cabinets, a stained-glass window, and an enclosed pavilion with electricity, water, and a natural gas line. Converted from wood burning to gas, the fireplace is operated by a remote, and all electrical wiring was replaced to current code in 2017. The dining table was custom constructed to fit the space from hand railing rescued from an old farmhouse from Anderson, Tx. and will remain in the house. The sunroom / laundry room was originally an open-air patio and has since been enclosed. A highlight of this property is the town's original carriage house and horse stall, which is now on the property and available for your storage needs. In the various rooms that have been enclosed or added to be included in the home you will find the windows have been covered with wood from the carriage house. Other wood featured in the house from the carriage house includes the fireplace mantel and vent hood above the stove. Additionally, is an oversized, detached garage with workbench and cabinets.