There are currently 51 homes for sale in the Historic District and Garden District of Alexandria, LA. In the past 365 days, there have been approximately 65 homes sold, ranging in varies styles anywhere from American Craftsman, Georgian, Tudor, Victorian, and Mid Century Modern. The Alexandria Garden District was added to the National Register on April 9th 2001. The Alexandria Pot-War Suburbs Historic District was Louisiana's first mid-century modern historic district on the National Register of Historic Places on June 6th, 2013.
Click here for a complete list of homes in the Garden District in Alexandria, LA.
The Garden District Boundaries are approximately from Marye St., Bolton Ave., and Hynson Dr. Though most of the community refer to anything below Texas Avenue as the Garden District. The Alexandria Post-War Suburbs Historic District boundaries are from Bayou Hynson, Darby St., Texas Ave., and Elliott St.
The Garden District has something to offer everyone it's close to downtown shopping and restaurant's. The Alexandria Audubon Zoo, walking trails, theaters, and more! There is also The Garden District Foundation that's mission is to connect, celebrate, and care for the Historic Heart of Alexandria.
The Garden District Foundation is always discovering new ways to promote neighborhood pride and unity in the subdivision. A few of the many things the Foundation does is have block parties, a Second line for Mardi Gras, the Good Book bookmobile, and the list goes on and on. The Garden District Foundation closes the year with their Holiday Tour of Homes which is shuttled by the Downtown Trolley.
Just one visit to the Alexandria Garden District you will see why myself and so many others choose to call the Garden District of Alexandria, LA home!