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Hedonismbot
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


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Broadmoor
South Highlands
Ellerbe
frick Bossier
This. If you don't mind rural, Stonewall isn't bad either.



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777Tiger
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


Stonewall is now a burb?





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yurintroubl
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


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Is there a garden district style neighborhood for young professionals?

It's a lot like the NOLA Garden district except there's a lot more ghetto/trash separating the "renewed" streets. My sister lived there when she was going to LSU Med School... Her house was on a nice street... but so much bad news a block away on both sides.






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BoudinJoe
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


Tell me about stonewall.






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dunkelman
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


broadmore or south highlands for old charm. 1st less expensive than the second. Newer stuff in southern trace or long lake. Cross lake if you want the water.





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777Tiger
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


This x100, my sister used to have a house in that "district," it got so bad before she gave up, that the Democrats would actually stand out back of her house in plain view, waiting for her to leave before they broke in.





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Fletch F Fletch
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


Stonewall is a village on the southern edge of the city. It is to be avoided at all costs unless you watched Deliverance and liked the charming citizens of the mountain...





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Tamer of beasts
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


I grew up in south highlands on thora, the same street as south highlands elementary. I loved it cause it was close to everything. I never had to drive far





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j5geaux
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re: What areas should one consider when moving to Shreveport?


Stonewall is benefiting from the Haynesville natural gas boom, but it's too far out of town, IMO.





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