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ragacamps
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Member since Jan 2011
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Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy

180,000 is our absolute ceiling. Any suggestions on where to look would be greatly appreciated.


TyOconner
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NOLA
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Garden district? Capitol Heights area? Those are some I like that could be had for 180.


lynxcat
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Can you get into Oak Hills for 180k? What about the neighborhood right behind Highland Park (smaller, older homes, but great location).


guttata
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Not Oak Hills, possibly Iberville Terrace.


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Jim Rockford
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
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Baton Rouge




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b-rab2
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Not that much, maybe save a little more?


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lilsnappa
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
$180k will get you a pretty nice 3br/2 ba here: LINK

Its about 1 mile past the EBR/Iberville parish line near U club on Hwy 30.



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dagrippa
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Saigon
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Garden district?

really? Garden district is usually very high


ynlvr
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Greenbrier Hollow - right across Perkins Road from Perkins Rowe. Small community, conveniently located.


Motorboat
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At the camp
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Tell us more ab out you style of living. Can you sacrifice size for convenience? Does traffic/commute bother you? Would you rather have a large yard or a small one? Where do you work?


Golfer
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
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Garden district? really? Garden district is usually very high


Not for a 2/1, 2/1.5, or a 3/1 on a 40-50 foot lot line.


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ragacamps
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Member since Jan 2011
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Wife, baby, big dog, and myself. I really dont care to much about commute. Ill be working in and around the Baton Rouge area. Aiming for a 3 bedroom 2 bath with a decent but not huge yard.


guttata
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Azalea Lakes isn't too bad. If you don't mind a commute, I'm sure you could find something nice in the Prairieville area.


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Motorboat
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
You sound like a suburban dude. All neighborhoods mentioned above in Highland road Perkins area should suit you as well as Prairieville. Also, there are some smaller subdivisions off Jefferson in your price range that re centrally located.

If you are travelling into BR daily from the SE (or suburbs in general), the traffic is gonna blow.


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lapistola
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Baton Rouge
Member since May 2008
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
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Greenbrier Hollow


This. There's only one house in there for sale right now for $250k but I have a friend that recently bought a house in there around your price range. Not huge but a good sized 3 BR, 2 Bath with a pretty decent sized back yard and a shed.

ETA: Its a great location. Right across from Perkins Rowe. Easy access to Interstate.
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mpar98
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
you may find something for that price in Shenandoah


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AlexLSU
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bryso
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
180k is gonna be tough for the size you are looking for... I'd go south if i was you... like dutchtown area.. not a bad drive and the schools are better


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Motorboat
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At the camp
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
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Perkins Rowe. Easy access to Interstate.


That's debatable.


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Paul Allen
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re: Trying to decide what area of Baton Rouge to Buy
Cedarcrest


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