Bastrop Homes For Sale
Bastrop homes for sale are located in a quintessential Texan town on the periphery of Greater Austin. With a population of just over 7,500, Bastrop carries a definitive small-town allure. Bastrop homes, shops, and other businesses are often noted for their distinctive southern heritage style which reflects the area's rich and varied history. Bastrop is also located directly on the banks of the Colorado River and is home to many significant cultural attractions.
If you're looking for high-quality, spacious property in a unique and historic town close to the Austin city lights, Bastrop real estate is an excellent choice.
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About Bastrop Real Estate
Current Bastrop real estate is part of a varied market with a wide price bracket. Properties start at approximately $150,000 and can range up to over $2,000,000. The current average listing price for Bastrop is about $300,000 and the average building year for homes is 1997.
Bastrop homes come in a wide variety of styles, from cozy bungalows to large traditional or country-style estates. All styles blend flawlessly with the town's historic character and retain the air of old-fashioned charm that the town is widely celebrated for.
Bastrop Community Life
Bastrop is treasured for its wealth of quaint downtown shops and restaurants which seem to transport visitors to a bygone era. These historic buildings are part of what earned Bastrop the title of "Most Historic Small Town in Texas" by the National Register of Historic Places. Luxury spas and golf courses dot the historic landscape, making Bastrop truly diverse in terms of recreation.
Nature lovers may be more drawn in by the abundance of outdoor activities available: the proximity of the Colorado River and Fisherman's Park provide plenty of hiking, fishing, and camping opportunities. Wandering around Bastrop State Park, it is easy to see why the area is fondly known as the "Heart of the Lost Pines".
Bastrop schools are part of the Bastrop ISD, and prospective students can look forward to many great educational opportunities. Local schools include Lost Pines Elementary, Bastrop Intermediate, Bastrop Middle School, and Bastrop High School.
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