Foreclosures in the Bastrop area offer prospective home buyers an opportunity to explore short sale properties and listings that have been placed at a reduced price on the housing market.Bastrop is considered a rural community that sits on the cusp of the Greater Austin Area, and is one of the most popular bedroom communities in the region for commuters. [Read more about Bastrop Foreclosures...]
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Located approximately 30 miles from downtown Austin, and with easy highway access directly into the city, Bastrop enjoys the best of both worlds when it comes to a healthy balance between city and country living. The charming rural setting means that light pollution from the city doesn’t drown out the stars it the night sky, but the community isn’t cut off from any of the amenities of city living.
The area’s lower tax rates than Travis County also make it an appealing destination for Austin commuters to purchase homes.
Single family homes and open lots for future home sites dominate the listings in Bastrop, and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes and floor plans, even in foreclosure. The added appeal of foreclosure listings is that properties can be obtained without paying top dollar in otherwise desirable neighborhoods. Some true bargains can be purchased as investments or rental properties by savvy buyers or people in search of more affordable real estate. As the Greater Austin Area continues to grow, Bastrop Foreclosures are a practical way for home buyers to find bang for your buck with real estate investments.
Life in Bastrop offers residents access to some of the best scenery that Central Texas rural life has to offer. The region is surrounded by natural beauty and is renowned for its family-friendly living. The rolling landscape is decorated in lush forests and idyllic meadows full of wildflowers every springtime.
Outdoor enthusiasts get to enjoy some of the trappings of the wilderness in their own backyard or not far from it. Plenty of camping and hiking opportunities exist in the area, and the bountiful number of creeks and swimming holes offer adventure seekers exciting day trips close to home. The main artery of the city itself is situated along the Colorado River, providing riverfront views and activities for locals whether dining, shopping, or enjoying the great outdoors. Best of all for commuters, everything the Greater Austin Area has to offer is within driving distance and can be accessed easily by Highway 71.
Bastrop neighborhoods are served by the Bastrop Independent School District (ISD). With a district-wide enrollment of over 9,300 students, Bastrop ISD consists of six elementary schools, two intermediate schools that prep for the transition to middle school from elementary with grades 5 and 6, two middle schools that pupil grades 7 and 8, and two high schools.
Calvary Episcopal School is a popular private education option for parents in Bastrop that are interested in enriching their children with alternative curriculums or religious schooling opportunities.
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Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from April 5th, 2020 at 2:00pm CDT. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.
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