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KT70
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re: neighborhoods in Baton Rouge for young married couple


Magnolia Wood/Kenilworth or Oak Hills if you want to stay close to everything in baton rouge.

Magnolia Wood is seeing a resurgence of younger couples buying houses and renovating them because of the size of yards you get.



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Tiger at Law
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Baton Rouge
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re: neighborhoods in Baton Rouge for young married couple


Also, check out Oak Creek, across the street from Oak Hills. Small neighborhood with a couple of houses for sale in there. Nice area.





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RidiculousHype
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Baton Rouge
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re: neighborhoods in Baton Rouge for young married couple


Has anyone had any experience with Lakes at Jamestown at the corner of Perkins and Pecue? It's a Carlos Alvarez development. Not sure if that's good or bad.

Has really nice lake/walking trail/swimming pool/fitness center amenities. Lots are on the small side but not tiny.

Biggest negatives I see is the rail line that borders the neighborhood ( about 14 trains per day pass thru there) and the shabby neighborhood next to it.

Biggest positives I see, other than value for the aforementioned amenities, are that the rest of the area is really nice with some nice neighborhoods nearby, and the fact that only 1 house out of 200 in there have gone up for sale in the last 3 months.






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AbsolutTiger
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re: neighborhoods in Baton Rouge for young married couple


Any thoughts on Old Jefferson? Seems to have a few foreclosures and I can't decide what I think of the area.





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