It doesn't matter if you prefer to shop at a locally owned grocery store or one of those famous chain stores; Bastrop has plenty of both. If you're a foodie and love delicious cuisine, such as Tex-Mex, pizza and tapas joints, then you'll never go hungry in this city. You needn't spend a lot for a fun day out - you are in the right place for rafting & kayaking, hiking and golfing in this location. There really are some good stores, firework stores, jewelers and art galleries to name just one, and people shopping here have choices to satisfy their needs. If you enjoy watching the leaves change in the fall, this is a wonderful place to be, with many varieties of trees throughout most of Bastrop.
Real estate in Bastrop is on the rise, with listing prices increasing 7.3 percent year-over-year. The average listing price was $203,085 in last year and reached $217,858 in this year. In the meantime, the local for-sale market inventory slightly declined 12.5 percent last year to reach 70 for-sale listings. Certain homes in this vicinity feature limestone in the bathrooms, giving the space a contemporary and modern look and feel that you will love. The best homes in this city are on the riverside, and many residents enjoy the calming effect of living so close to the water.