The Hunter’s Crossing community is located just inside the Bastrop City limits at the corner of Texas Hwy 304 and Texas Hwy 71. Although located with quick access to the highway, this subdivision is set back a few blocks and is surrounded by a beautiful greenbelt with ponds and walking trails. Hunter’s Crossing also has amenities such as a fenced in swimming pool and baby pool for home owners as well as a local park with a playscape and swings for the kids. There is also a playing field, a 1/2 basketball court, a gazebo overlooking the pond that’s just right for taking the little ones for their first fishing lesson and a covered pavilion that is frequently used to host neighborhood functions and birthday parties.
Hunter’s Crossing has a Home Owners Association (HOA) and the yearly dues are around $250 which covers the maintenance of the swimming pools. There is also a PID taxing district that covers the surrounding grounds. This PID of around $271 as of 2011 is assessed in conjunction with the Bastrop property and school taxes.
The home values range from the $120,000′s to the $170,000′s and the current home builder in the subdivision is D.R. Horton. The homes build before 2011 were built by Lennar. New homes and lots are still available in this subdivision with the first homes in this established neighborhood built back in 2001.
The children in this family friendly subdivision attend Bastrop ISD’s Mina Elementary School, Bastrop Middle Middle School, and Bastrop High School.
The location of Hunter’s Crossing makes it one of the most accessible subdivisions in Bastrop. Conveniently located about 20 minutes from Austin’s AIBA airport, it is within blocks of restaurants, home improvement stores and numerous local businesses.
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