Best Places to Live in Lafayette?
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re: Best Places to Live in Lafayette?
Posted by TigerHam85 on 9/16 at 5:53 am to BallHawk
River Ranch till I die


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Posted by yellowfin on 9/16 at 5:59 am to TigerHam85


Here ya go



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Posted by JudgeHolden on 9/16 at 7:34 am to Fgiord
Broadmoor is pretty good.

Traffic can clog at school times and with Holy Cross on late Saturday and Sunday. But there are several work arounds. And they police Broadmoor Blvd pretty well, so you don't get a lot of cars screaming through. The side streets off Broadmoor are the best.

There is a Little League Park, a church, two schools, and a fire station. One of the schools has a football field, a track, and a lot of green space that is wide open. Great for dogs. Also, lots of people walk to church and school.

There are some very nice houses in the back on the river. But if you really want high end, go River Raunch. Broadmoor is definitely a mixed income neighborhood.



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Posted by boosiebadazz on 9/16 at 7:35 am to BallHawk
Off Verot behind T-Frere's house.


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Posted by GotDucks? on 9/16 at 7:38 am to boosiebadazz
South Lafayette, is your best bet. But it is growing pretty rapidly and traffic sucks. The number of subdivisions going up in Youngsville/Broussard and South Lafayette is crazy. I'm thinking about selling my place and moving to Breaux Bridge. I'll still be in the country but less traffic and more of a small town living feel.


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Posted by TrueTiger on 9/16 at 7:43 am to yellowfin
nice redline

if you were a real estate agent, you would have just broke all kinds of federal laws.




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Posted by Boudin on 9/16 at 8:57 am to boosiebadazz
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Off Verot behind T-Frere's house.


Aww ye-ye



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Posted by Snatchy on 9/16 at 8:57 am to yellowfin
Youngsville is the best investment with the addition of the new sports park, and new development. That being said,River Ranch is still the nicest.

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Posted by Darla Hood on 9/16 at 9:12 am to BallHawk
I love my location. It's in area N.

LINK

If you mouse over a section, a listing of the neighborhoods in that area will appear.



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Posted by Darla Hood on 9/16 at 9:14 am to Darla Hood
I'd buy in an older neighborhood than River Ranch if I were looking to spend that kind of money. I like the look of the Settlement better.


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Posted by More beer please on 9/16 at 9:15 am to BallHawk
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Best Places to Live in Lafayette?


not in Lafayette



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Posted by yellowfin on 9/16 at 9:24 am to Darla Hood
There were some really good deals in the settlement last time I was looking around


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Posted by When in Rome on 9/16 at 9:29 am to yellowfin
Love that map


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Posted by yellowfin on 9/16 at 9:55 am to When in Rome
I need to redo it one day, it's hard to make out


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Posted by JudgeHolden on 9/16 at 10:03 am to Darla Hood
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I like the look of the Settlement better.


Particularly now that you can get out on the Academy side.



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Posted by JudgeHolden on 9/16 at 10:05 am to CajunDrunkie
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Personally, I like the E Broussard area.


Nice homes. Bad traffic. But if you look out in that direction, go back on Robley off E Broussard. There are some older subdivisions back there.



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Posted by MapGuy on 9/16 at 10:07 am to yellowfin
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I need to redo it one day, it's hard to make out

do you know anyone that makes maps for a living that can help you?

and my take on the matter.. Broussard/Youngsville are WAY over populated in relation to available road ways.

if the OP will be working in Broussard it's not an issue.



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Posted by yellowfin on 9/16 at 10:10 am to MapGuy
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Broussard/Youngsville are WAY over populated in relation to available road ways.


this is definitely true, this thread is filled with posts about all the new neighborhoods in that area but the infrastructure isn't keeping up with that.



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Posted by LCA131 on 9/16 at 10:11 am to MapGuy
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do you know anyone that makes maps for a living that can help you


I think he is looking for something of good quality.



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Posted by MapGuy on 9/16 at 10:13 am to LCA131
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I think he is looking for something of good quality.


oh, you want to use some cardboard and do it?

or we can hire Cades kid to make one?


fin: outside of having to drive 49 through "upper lafayette".. La Bon Vie Subd is very nice.



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