1309 Water St. Bastrop, TX 78602
Beautiful, fully restored, iconic home combines charm, warmth and elegance with modern amenities.
Located in historic downtown Bastrop, the original part of the home was built circa 1850 and first expanded in 1925. Full restoration and further expansion completed in 2009, with high-end appliances and all new wiring and plumbing. Restoration was completed with all period-correct materials for a seamless vintage appearance.
- Gourmet kitchen with imported Italian gas range and cabinets galore
- Elegant formal dining room for entertaining
- Guest house / pool house with bathroom, bedroom and screened-in front porch
- Beautiful hardwood floors throughout the home
- Large master suite with french doors to the back porch and large, walk-in cedar closet
- Master bath with large walk-in shower, double sink vanity, jetted tub and water closet
- One-of-a-kind metal chandeliers grace the dining room and foyer
- Cobblestone driveway offers abundant curb appeal
- Heated, salt water pool with stone patio
- Original hand-hewn wooden beams provide decorative accents throughout the home
- Main house: 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ bath
- Guest house/ pool house: 1 bedroom, 1 bath
Historic Bastrop Touches:
- Antique front doors witnessed many decades of history on Bastrop Main Street in the building where Maxine’s Café now operates
- Original part of the house was once located nearby on the old Bastrop farm at the edge of town. It was moved to its present location around 1920 when Water Street was extended past Farm Street.
- <This is a little quirky> The previous bathroom location is now the master closet, and the floor still bears the faint signature of W.R. Kesselus dated March 7, 1945. Kesselus was a popular plumber who autographed his ‘work’ throughout Bastrop. His son, Ken Kesselus, is a Bastrop County historian who served as Mayor of Bastrop from 2014 – 2017.