Neighborhoods and Activities in Baton Rouge

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One of the Best Kept Secret Areas with special Baton Rouge Homes

Baton Rouge Home at 5160 Everett LandIf you are looking for a home in Baton Rouge, don't miss the Bluebonnet area/Summa area.

  It's centrally located, so you can get just about anywhere in half an hour.  You can find a Baton Rouge home there ranging from a 1 bedroom condo to luxury lake home. . 

Looking for a maintenance free town home? Explore Baton Rouge Homes off Summa Avenue.    For example, this updated 3bedroom Brandon Garden home is tucked away is on a quiet side street.  The great thing about the Summa neighborhood is that it is between 2 of Baton Rouge's major hospitals, Our Lady of the Lake, OLOL, and Baton Rouge General hospital.  The area is sought after by busy professionals who work long hours, or students wanting a quite escape from campus.

 The Bluebonnet end of Summa is home to the Mall of Louisiana and Perkins Rowe, two premier mall and shoping areas full of movies, reataurants, and shopping.

The lake at Woodlake at Bluebonnet is surrounded by fine Baton Rouge homes

 

 

Want Baton Rouge Homes on a lake?  Look in Woodlake at Bluebonnet.  These lake homes are just minutes from Baton Rouge General and The Mall of Louisiana, and I-10 but away in a private, secluded  subdivision.

Baton Rouge Homes in Woodlake at Bluebonnet Subdivision

Want a  Baton Rouge Home near OLOL? There's a cluster of charming garden homes. 

There are many styles and kinds of Baton Rouge Homes to choose from in this Bluebonnet/Summa area.  If one of these isn't just what you want, then broaden your serach and look for Baton Rouge Homes all over the area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comment balloon 2 commentsAnn Dail • November 11 2010 11:39PM

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This sounds & looks like a wonderful place! My son is thinking of visiting a friend there and considering a move for the film industry...

Posted by Don Wixom, "Looking out for your next move..."tm (RE/MAX Executives Nampa, ID) about 9 years ago

Don,

Baton Rouge is a thriving area for the film industry.  The city over the past 5 years has had a strategy to recruit environmentally friendly companies like the film industry.  As a matter of fact this week, Nov.10-13, 2010, we are hosting the International Animation festival bringing creative genius from all over.

Tell you son to call me when he is  coming to the area.  I'd be glad to show him around town.

Posted by Ann Dail, Broker/Realtor,CRS, ePRO, SRS, B.A.Chem (Baton Rouge Area Homes, Louisiana, USA, 225-761-0551) about 9 years ago

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