Why Do People Live here?
Natchez Trace subdivision is a subdivision of single family gardenhomes in Baton Rouge located off of Siegan Lane. Wrought iron fencing around lots provides privacy. Homes in Natchez Trace Subdivision have garages facing the road. The subdivision was a new build in 1997. It is near many of the top schools in Baton Rouge.
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What's the Neighborhood Like?
Natchez Trace Subdivision has homes that range in price from $180,000 to $208,000. These homes are mostly 20 years old. Natchez Trace homes have 2 or 3 bedrooms and 1,200 to 1,500 square feet. There is a homeowner's association with annual fees of about $375. Natchez Trace Subdivision is in flood zone X.
What's Going on Nearby the Natchez Trace Subdivision?
Natchez Trace subdivision is located only minutes away from some of Baton Rouge's top dining and entertainment venues. Perkins Rowe and The Mall of Louisiana are a short drive away and provide access to many shopping and dining options. Highland Road Community Park is nearby, offering a playground, recreation center, and tennis courts perfect for a playdate and to keep you active. Burbank Park, also nearby, has a dog park, soccer fields, and baseball fields, with associated recreational teams for children and teens.
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