If you are looking for some great Baton Rouge living, with ample space and a charming neighborhood, Kenilworth subdivision is a great place to consider. Not only is it among one of the more charming Baton Rouge communities, but living in Kenilworth also comes with some perks.
Amenities in the Kenilworth subdivision include tennis courts, club house and pool. Additionally, there is easy access to Baton Rouge schools, entertainment, shopping and dining. And LSU isn’t too far away, either!
For more on the Kenilworth subdivision, as well as other Baton Rouge communities, contact Glenda Daughety.
The big news this morning is the possibility of a Fed rate cut by the end of this year, likely helping the mortgage market around the country and even in Baton Rouge. Baton Rouge real estate is much like the rest of the nation, with its ups and downs. However, with the advent of a Fed rate cut, the Baton Rouge real estate market could move into more of a pronounced up.
If the Fed does implement a rate cut, it could mean that it would be easier for you to purchase a Baton Rouge home. For more information on the Baton Rouge real estate market, and on local mortgage rates, contact Glenda Daughety.
If you are looking for fine Baton Rouge living, look no further than this charming Baton Rouge home in the Kenilworth subdivision. This 4 BD, 2.5 BA Baton Rouge real estate value features an open floor plan and beautiful backyard (which you can see from your wall of windows). Other features of this Baton Rouge home include slab granite countertops, built-ins and fireplace, ceramic tile floors and gourmet kitchen.
The location of this Baton Rouge home, in the Kenilworth subdivision means that it has access to a club house, tennis courts and pool. Additionally, LSU is not far away, nor is access to shopping, entertainment and dining. A great Baton Rouge real estate value at less than $250,000!
To see this charming Baton Rouge home, or search other Baton Rouge real estate, contact Glenda Daughety.
One of the issues that many parents take into account when looking for Baton Rouge real estate is the quality of area schools. When finding a Baton Rouge school, there are many places you can look to learn about Baton Rouge area schools. One of the Web sites that offer Baton Rouge community insight into schools is greatschools.net. Not only can you get help finding a Baton Rouge school, but you can look at schools all over the country.
For more on Baton Rouge area schools, news and real estate, contact Glenda Daughety.
Baton Rouge schools sometimes see trouble, in line with trends across the country. However, a shooting at Capitol Pre-College Academy for Boys in East Baton Rouge Parish is underscoring how teenage violence can now escalate from fistfights to even more dangerous violence, a school trend taking place around the country. Two boys were shot at the Baton Rouge school, following a fight the day before. Some, however, feel that further violence might be prevented if residents of East Baton Rouge Parish work with police, reports The Advocate:
[Kit] Sharper, the brother of Metro Councilman Byron Sharper, whose
district encompasses the area, asked if anyone had called police the
day before, during the fistfight.
When they said no, he said people should work with the police.
“We don’t have to let somebody’s child get shot,” he said.
For more Baton Rouge local news, community information and real estate, contact Glenda Daughety.