Bastrop Homes for Sale

Bastrop, Texas is a rural community that is perfect for those who want country living, being close to nature, living an active lifestyle while being able to easily access the big city amenities. Residents are close to local state parks such as the Bastrop State Park and McKinney Roughs. Homes for sale in Bastrop, Texas are built on acreage that gives larger homes more privacy. Prices in the area range from $200k and above.

Bastrop Real Estate

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A Little About Bastrop, Texas

Positioned along the Colorado River, Bastrop is a vibrant community about 15 minutes away from the City of Austin that mostly attracts families and young professionals who love to engage with the outdoor. The City has plenty of green spaces, golf courses, swimming holes, and activities that are great for families. Bastrop residents enjoy hiking, biking, and horseback riding as some of the few activities within the city.

Residents contributed to restoring plenty of places in Bastrop especially its historic buildings. Bastrop remains to be a center of business for agriculture, oil-well supply, and furniture manufacturing.

Experience history in Downtown Bastrop, a place that retains its historic charm. Downtown Bastrop has a lot to offer from delicious restaurants, art galleries, museums, and shops and boutiques. Festivals in Bastrop are also very popular at whatever time of the year it may be. Some of the festivals in the city are Bastrop Music Festival, Bastrop Patriotic Festival, Barton Hill Farms Fall Festival & Pumpkin Patch, Lighted Christmas Parade, and more!


Things to do in Bastrop, TX

Despite being a small town, it offers big-city feels with the entertainment and delicious local cuisines that are widely available in the area. The beautiful Downtown Bastrop, that has the Colorado River running close, has a lot to offer to you. Take a seat and enjoy live performances at the Bastrop Opera House or the Lost Rabbit Collective. Catch your favorite films at the Schulman Theatres. If you want to know how bronze is made, take a tour of the Deep in the Heart Art Foundry. For some activities that will drive your adrenaline, the Zip Lost Pines is a must-visit!

Go for a run, stroll, or relax at the June Hill Pape Riverwalk or enjoy a tranquil afternoon at the Lake Bastrop North Shore Park where you can kayak, fish, swim, or even rent an RV or tent for your overnight stays. You can also hold some BBQ parties in the area.

The city is abundant in outdoor activities whether you are looking into hiking, biking, bird-watching, kayaking, or camping, Bastrop has it all. Explore the beautiful Bastrop State Park great for biking and camping. Paddle away at El Camino Real Paddling trail wherein you can also bird-watch and fish at. Golf enthusiasts will definitely love this range of unique golf courses like the Wolfdancer golf course, designed by Arthur Hills, and the ColoVista Golf Club!

Shopping centers are developed, like this new one that is 60-acre Burleson Crossing retail development which features plenty of stores, restaurants and retails spaces.


Schools in Bastrop

Students living in Bastrop will attend the top-rated Bastrop Independent School District. Here are the following schools under the Bastrop ISD:

Elementary School:

  • Bluebonnet Elementary

  • Cedar Creek Elementary

  • Emile Elementary

  • Lost Pines Elementary

  • Mina Elementary

  • Red Rock Elementary

Middle School:

  • Bastrop Intermediate

  • Cedar Creek Intermediate

  • Bastrop Middle School

  • Cedar Creek Middle School

High School:

  • Bastrop High School

  • Cedar Creek High School

  • Genesis High School

Real Estate in Bastrop

The median price for Bastrop homes for sale range from the $150s while the average listing prices start at $200s. Bastrop homes for sale range from establish Tahitian Village to newly developed communities in the city such as The Colony and River Crossing while custom homes sit on a beautiful, natural scenery within just a short distance to Austin.