You’ll know you’re in Bastrop when you start to see the beautiful pine trees that line the street. Though only 30 miles southeast of Austin, Bastrop can feel like a world away because it looks so differently. Residents enjoy the beautiful outdoor vistas as well as Bastrop State Park, Dinosaur Park and the 900 acre Lake Bastrop area. Population was just under 10,000 as of the 2020 census, so it still feels more small town than big suburb. There are major retailers and plenty of restaurant choices, so you won’t be lost for somewhere to shop or eat. Bastrop also has a cute downtown district with some Colorado River frontage with walking path and other recreation. Housing is also starting to take off with options for both first time home buyers looking for something affordable and move up home buyers who want a little more space and a more upscale finish. Bastrop is the ideal choice for you if you want something a little more visually appealing with mature trees and greenery, but still need to be close to Austin. Scroll Down to Read Our Bastrop Neighborhood Guide.
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Kids who live in Bastrop are served by the Bastrop ISD.
Realtors Specializing in Bastrop
Rebecca Jacks and Raymond Stoklosa are Realtors specializing in Bastrop homes. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a home in Bastrop, Rebecca and Raymond know the area well and have the experience and tools necessary to make your next real estate transaction stress free. For more info about who we are and how we work, check out Buying a Home in Bastrop and Selling a Home in Bastrop.