Beauregard Town (Baton Rouge, LA)
By Lindsay Pendleton, Marketing Agent - Property Management in Baton Rou
(Relocating To Baton Rouge & Surrounding Areas)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana is filled with historical sites and areas. One popular area is Beauregard Town. This area is a historic district in downtown Baton Rouge. It was actually listed in the National Register of Historical Places. Historic homes in Beauregard Town include the Governor Henry L. Fuqua House and the Williams House. These are both on Napolean Street. Did you know that Beauregard Town is the second oldest neighborhood in Baton Rouge, Louisiana? You might think that since it's the oldest neighborhood in Baton Rouge it possibly might look ancient. Well, this isn't the case. About ten years ago, a lot of the homes started to be renovated. Many of these beautiful, older homes have been bought and renovated by businesses. Businesses aren't the only one that are jumping on the ren...
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By Glenda Daughety, She Never Quits!
(RE/MAX First)
This East Baton Rouge community offers some good real estate dealsIn many cities, there are communities within the city that have their characters and attractions.  In East Baton Rouge, community character shines in the Beauregard Town Historic District.Old Downtown features the Mississippi River to the West, and includes a downtown business center to the north.  Renovation has considerally picked up, and Baton Rouge real estate in this area is becoming more popular.  It is worth noting that most of the renovations in the Beauregard Town Historic District are sweeping through the residential area, and since some are not completed, the Baton Rouge real estate deals are fairly good.For more Baton Rouge real estate, contact Glenda Daughety.Premier Baton Rouge Real Estate
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