Why Do People Live here?
Located off of Highland Road, Highland Crossing is a subdivision of single family homes. The subdivision is characterized by lots with a large amount of acreage. Utilities in the subdivision are buried underground. There are many large, mature trees that provide shade for homes in the subdivision. The beautifully landscaped lots are fenced for privacy and many homes have pools.
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What's the Neighborhood Like?
Highland Crossing is a small, quiet subdivision of around twenty homes. Most homes in Highland Crossing range in price from $1,000,00 to $2,700,000. These homes usually have four bedrooms and four baths. Size ranges from 4,600 to 8,400 square feet. Highland Crossing Subdivision is around fifteen to twenty years old, as most homes were built in the early to mid 1990's. Some homes in Highland Crossing Subdivision may fall into flood zone AE and homeowners are encouraged to protect their homes with the recommended flood insurance. There is no homeowner's association for this subdivision.
What's Going on Nearby the Highland Crossing Subdivision?
Located off of Highland Road near Pecue Ln, Highland Crossing Subdivision is near much of Baton Rouge's dining, shopping, and entertainment venues. Only a short drive away, Perkins Rowe and The Mall of Louisiana offer many shopping and dining locations. There are also several parks and recreation centers nearby, with playgrounds, walking and biking trails, ball fields, and tennis courts available. The subdivision is located minutes away from the Highland Road Park and Highland Road Observatory. Blue Bayou and Dixie Landin, Baton Rouge's water and amusement parks, are only a few minutes away and make for the perfect day trip for the family. The subdivision is not far from LSU's main campus.
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