Situated inside the city limits of Bastrop, Texas at Highway 71 and Lover’s Lane, this 13.68-acre tract is positioned in an optimal location for development. With roughly 1,400’ of frontage along Lover’s Lane and within walking distance of the historic downtown district, the property offers a blank slate for a mixed-use development to compliment the needs of the existing and pending developments along the property’s thoroughfare. City utilities including: 12” sewer line, 8” water main, and 3 phase power available at the property.
There are discussions with regards with expanding Lover’s Lane to a four-lane road which will go from Hwy 21 (Hwy 71), over the Colorado River, to State Hwy 304. This will relieve the traffic on Hwy 304, downtown Bastrop, and Hwy 95. This will also provide alternative routes for the residents of this area to move about the area.
The Lover’s Lane property is located just south of the Bastrop’s downtown district. It is a short, 15-minute walk from Lover’s Lane to the center of downtown Main St. The City of Bastrop has created new rules for green space and walkability of the city. Currently, the City of Bastrop is completing the downtown city sidewalks and connecting them to the riverwalk system which goes from Fisherman’s Park (On the River behind Main Street) down to Hwy 21 (also known as Hwy 71).
The subject property is positioned just to the east of the Colorado River and very near the future “Green Belt/ Riverwalk” project by the City of Bastrop. It is located just north of multiple subdivisions and acts as the sole exit for thousands of residents.
Company: Brazos Land Company
Bronson Loyd Myers is a native Texan, born and raised on the Texas Gulf Coast. He is married to Brooke Maass Myers from Giddings, Texas, celebrating their 23rd anniversary this year. They have two boys, Lincoln (20) and Crockett (18). In Highschool, Bronson’s family relocated to Central Texas near the Bastrop County area where he graduated from Smithville Highschool. Bronson played baseball, football and track, as well as rodeo. He attended Sam Houston State on a baseball scholarship as a pitcher and studied construction carpentry and business management. Upon being red shirted as a freshman, he chose to move to play ball in Dallas at North Lake Junior College. After leaving college, he dabbled in numerous jobs before starting a small business back in the Bastrop County area, building fences, decks and barns in 1999. In 2003, Bronson obtained his Texas State Insurance adjuster’s license and started a business as an Independent Property All Lines Adjuster. In 2004, Hurricane Charley, Jeanne, Francis, and Ivan hit Florida and he was deployed to go to work. He spent 2 years in Florida before being sent to Georgia for the tornado outbreak in and around Atlanta, Ga and Columbus, Ga. From 2007-2010 he worked large loss dwelling claims for USAA as an independent adjuster before hiring on as a Staff Adjuster for USAA in 2010. From 2010-2018 Bronson lived, worked and raised his boys in middle Georgia as an insurance adjuster for USAA. In 2013, he was promoted to Large Loss General Adjuster, handling complex and large loss dwelling claims, typically associated with fire loss or natural disasters in excess of $100,000. In 2018, he had the opportunity to transfer back to Texas and chose Grimes County to come HOME to. He purchased property in Anderson, Texas and laid down roots here. He has since started up his fence, deck, and barn building business, Branded Fence Exchange, and also obtained his Texas Real Estate License. Being attracted to Texas soil and knowing how much he loved Texas after being on the road for so long has drawn him to the real estate business, so he can help people find their piece of TEXAS…