Why Do People Live here?
Located at the corner of Staring and Highland in Baton Rouge, Laurel Lea is a subdivision of single family homes. The streets in Laurel Lea subdivision are line with large shade tree that provide cover in both front and back yards. The subdivision is near some of the city's top schools, with short drives to both schools and LSU.
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What's the Neighborhood Like?
Homes in Laurel Lea Subdivision in Baton Rouge range in price from $65,000 to $270,000. These single family homes usually have 3 or 4 bedrooms and have 1,200 to 2,600 square feet. Homes in the neighborhood are 50 to 60 years old. The subdivision is not in a flood plain.
What's Going on Nearby the Laurel Lea Subdivision?
Laurel Lea is near many of Baton Rouge's premier entertainment and dining venues, all radiating from the Perkins Road area. The Mall of Louisiana and Perkins Rowe, full of dining and shopping locations, are only a short drive away. You are also close to several supermarkets and local grocery stores. Blue Bayou and Dixie Landing, Baton Rouge's water and amusement park, are only a short ride away from Laurel Lea Subdivision. It is perfect for a day of family fun. Laurel Lea subdivision is near to Mayfair Park, with a recreation center, playground, and tennis courts. It is only a short drive away from downtown, LSU, and I-10.
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