Why Do People Live here?
Located off Highland Road between Siegen Lane and Bluebonnet Boulevard, The Lakes at Highland is a subdivision of single family homes. The curbed streets are lined by sidewalks and utilities are buried underground. The lawns are landscaped and paved driveways lead to all houses. Most lots in neighborhood are fenced for privacy and some homes have pools. There are several stocked lakes throughout the neighborhood. There is a clubhouse, tennis courts, and pool open to residents.
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What's the Neighborhood Like?
The Lakes at Highland is a neighborhood of around one hundred and eighty homes. Homes in The Lakes at Highland Subdivision range in price from $375,000 to $895,000 with an average home price of $520,000. The homes have anywhere from 3 to 6 bedrooms and 2 to 5 bathrooms. Size ranges from 2,400 to 5,000 square feet. The Lakes at Highland Subdivision built its first installation in 1999 and homes range from 5 to just over 15 years old. Some homes are in flood zone AE. There is a homeowner's association fee of $1150/yr for residents in the neighborhood.
What's Going on Nearby the The Lakes at Highland Subdivision?
Near the corner of Staring Lane and Highland Road, The Lakes at Highland 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. BREC's Mayfair Park and Bluebonnet Nature Center are only minutes away from the subdivision. Blue Bayou and Dixie Landin, Baton Rouge's water and amusement parks, are only a few miles 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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