Jacobs Landing is a subdivision located on Texas Hwy 304 in Bastrop County carved from a parcel of land owned by the Jacobs family. This subdivision features buried utilities, large homes on one-acre plus lots, and beautiful old Live Oak trees.
Jacobs Landing sits on a on a tract of land whose title traces back to 1831 when the Mexican government granted a league of land to Mozea Rousseau, an early settler from Alabama. In the early 1970s, the Jacobs bought 349 acres of the property as a ranch. Approximately 59 acres of the Jacobs property was sold to Jeanie Ralph, who developed the Jacobs Landing subdivision in 1998 and the Jacobs retained ownership of the remainder of the property.
Students from the Jacob’s Landing subdivision can attend the Bastrop ISD school’s of Mina Elementary, Bastrop Middle School, Bastrop Intermediate and Bastrop High School.
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