Round Top Real Estate’s Lisa Mayer Offers Jaster Road Property
Round Top Real Estate and Lisa Mayer are representing three homesite properties on Jaster Road. The idyllic country setting is the perfect place to build your country home and your country life just few short miles north of the center of Round Top.
For your own private showing of these three rare small acreage tracts, contact Round Top Real Estate’s Lisa Mayer at [email protected] or 979-966-3686.
The three homesites, which fall in the highly prized and easily manageable 5+ acre-range, will be carved out of a tract that has been in the same family for generations. These private properties, with rural electricity and water nearby, are close to the Round Top’s Festival Hill. The world-renowned center for classical music instruction and performance is also the site of lectures, workshops and not-to-be-missed galas.
Towering Oaks, Famed Vistas in Fayette County
The towering oaks, scattered cedars and gently rolling terrain that combine to create Fayette County’s famed vistas provide a lovely canvas on which to build a personalized country retreat. With no city lights to pollute the skies, the star scape is mesmerizing. In addition, many species of wildlife call the area home including plentiful white-tailed deer that add a touch of gentle, athletic grace to the landscape. Spring and summer rains have blessed the area and the lush grasses are evidence plentiful moisture has replenished the primarily sandy soils.
While you enjoy the privacy of the country, paved county roads make it easy to reach these coveted small acreage homesites, which are about 90 minutes from either Austin or Houston via U.S. Highway 290. From Highway 290, a short, scenic drive down Round Top Road or Highway 237 brings you to your new home.
Each lot has light deed restrictions that include a residential-only standard. This video fully introduces potential buyers to the tranquil countryside that the area offers.
About Round Top
Round Top, with an in-the-city-limits-population of 90, is a growing cultural center and shopping destination. The town boasts a mercantile offering everything from handmade sandwiches to cattle equipment; a bank; four restaurants, with another opening soon; two coffee shops; a wine shop; a couple of historic dancehalls; and a variety of shops, boutiques and art galleries. Summer also brings Shakespeare at nearby Winedale, music at Festival Hill and the country’s longest running Fourth of July celebration.
The area is also home to one of the most famous antiques shows in the world. Twice-a-year, cow pastures are repurposed for an antiques shopping extravaganza that stretches across 26 miles. Celebrity shoppers mingle with interior designers and bargain hunters among 60 different venues featuring everything from fine antiques to architectural salvage to handmade and boutique items.
Round Top is a place where people come to visit—and end up staying for a lifetime.
Article sponsored by Lisa Mayer, Round Top Real Estate.