Tahitian Village is a community located just outside Bastrop, TX, about 30 miles east of Austin. The main entrance is at the intersection of Highway 71 and Loop 150. This subdivision is nestled within rolling hills and the Lost Pines that Bastrop is known for.
With the beautiful terrain comes fire risk as was seen in the Bastrop Complex Fire of 2011 which burned though parts of Tahitian Village. When looking for a home in this area it is advisable to consider the area surrounding the home to make sure the landscaping has created a bit of a fire break. Also a check on the roads leading to the lot or home is advisable as some roads are not maintained as well as others.
The homes in this area range in value between low $200,000′s to mid $300,000′s. Each home has it’s own distinct style as owners can use any builder they like. Although this is an established neighborhood there are still plenty of lots left, although not all of them are suitable for building on since this terrain has gullies and drop-offs. Viewing each lot is advisable before purchase. There is a HOA, although it doesn’t collect dues at the moment. Due’s of $72 per year are levied however for the Water District. Part of the subdivision is located in Bastrop city limits and some is outside, so prospective owners are advised to check which taxes they are responsible for.
The children in this subdivision attend Bastrop ISD’s Emile Elementary School, Bastrop Intermediate, Bastrop Middle Middle School, and Bastrop High School.
There are tennis courts and a golf course within the community and can be used for a fee. Also there is access to the Colorado provided by The Pines and Prairies Land Trust that offers hiking trails for the public. Located near the entrance of Tahitian Village are an italian restaurant, a Walgreens, a boutique and a beauty shop.
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