Baton Rouge Real Estate

July 12, 2007

Baton Rouge Communities: Legacy Hills

Legacy Hills is located in Geismar, near other Baton Rouge area communities. This is a new subdivision that caters to those who want sophisticated living in a peaceful atmostphere. The subdivision is restricted, and offers the advantage of being near Baton Rouge, but also allows the relaxing peace of quiet living in the country.

Legacy Hills in Geismar is a great place to raise a family, as the lots are amply sized, and great for backyard fun. The homes in Legacy Hills are also generously sized, with open floor plans that include vaulted ceilings.

For more on Legacy Hills, or other Baton Rouge communities, contact Glenda Daughety.

July 11, 2007

Dr. John Lombardi to Visit LSU Today

Baton Rouge is home to Louisiana State University, its pride and joy. And a search committee is searching for a replacement for William Jenkins as the president of the LSU System. The only finalist has been announced as John Lombardi, the embattled chancellor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

While Lombardi arrives today, the LSU Board of Supervisors will not vote on his confirmation until Friday. However, there will be no public meetings, no introductions, and no input ahead of the vote on Friday.

For more Baton Rouge area news, and for the latest in Baton Rouge real estate, contact Glenda Daughety.

July 9, 2007

Legacy Hills Home Near Baton Rouge

This Baton Rouge area home offers lovely amenitiesThis beautiful 4BD, 3 BA home in a new restricted subdivision in Geismar offers many amenities. Located in Legacy Hills, near the superior Dutchtown schools, this lovely home near Baton Rouge affords you the luxury of peaceful living, with the closeness of city life.

The amenities in this Legacy Hills home include granite slab countertops, gourment kitchen, 10-12 ft. ceilings, cypress cabinets, pine floors, keeping room, slate-tiled patio and view of a lovely lake.

To view this new home near Baton Rouge, or to look at other Baton Rouge area real estate, contact Glenda Daughety.

July 5, 2007

Finding Baton Rouge Affordable Housing

When it comes to looking for a home in Baton Rouge, for some, affordable housing is important. Happily, there are several Baton Rouge communities that offer affordable housing in neighborhoods that are generally clean, quiet and safe. Baton Rouge affordable housing can be found in neighborhoods like Midtown and Melrose Place. Additionally, neighborhoods like the Monticello and Broadmoor Park subdivisions offer reasonably priced Baton Rouge homes.

You can find more information about Baton Rouge affordable housing, as well as programs designed to help homebuyers, by visiting the Baton Rouge Community Development Web page.

Learn more about Baton Rouge communities and real estate, contact Glenda Daughety.

July 4, 2007

USS Kidd Major Part of This Year’s Baton Rouge 4th of July

of the main parts of the Baton Rouge 4th of July celebration is the storied
warship, the USS Kidd. Much ot the festivities surrounding the 4th of July in
Baton Rouge include a run between Casino Rouge and the USS Kidd, as well as
tours of the World War II destroyer. And, later, reports
The Advocate,
the show involving the USS Kidd gets really interesting

At 6 p.m., the music takes a half-hour
break, and an annual feature of the downtown celebration takes place when a mock
aerial attack is made on the USS Kidd by vintage World War II aircraft. The
attack includes explosions in the Mississippi River representing near misses on
the ship, which fires its 5-inch guns in

But the main event, of
course, is the fireworks display. “Fireworks on the Mississippi” begins at 9
p.m. And you can get tickets to view the show from the deck of the USS Kidd for
six dollars.

For more on Baton Rouge
area events, and to learn about Baton Rouge real estate,
contact Glenda