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Fun facts about Ascension Parish, Louisiana

3/6/2020

  20 something years ago, I left my hometown in search of a fresh start in a new place. I drove from Zachary to Prairieville - which I had never even heard of at the time. As I exited the interstate on to Highway 73, I noticed cows, fields, flowers, and very few buildings. A quiet little town seemed perfect to me. I now call Dutchtown home. I love the people, the sense of community, and the convenience to everything from grocery stores to the bowling alley. Here's a few interesting facts about Ascension. Feel free to add to my list! 

 

1. Did you know Gonzales has an airport? A few years ago my boss asked me to pick her up at the Gonzales airport and I died laughing. Little did I know she was serious. The airport is located off Hwy 44 between the interstate and Pelican Point Subdivision. 

 

2. Ascension is one of the fastest growing parishes in the state. Goodbye small town, hello new neighbors! The info below shows growth over the years according to U.S. Census. 

1950     population 22,387

1980     population 50,068

2000     population 77,347

2010     population 107,886

2018     population 124,672

I have been in the real estate industry for 20 years, serving Ascension, Baton Rouge, and the surrounding areas. Watching the growth has been amazing. 

 

3.Ascension was named in honor of Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church. Ascension, in Christian belief, is the ascent of Jesus Christ into Heaven on the 40th day after his resurrection. 

 

4.Many of the gorgeous Live Oak trees in the parish are registered on the historic Live Oak Registry. One of the largest has a circumference of approx. 34 feet. THAT IS HUGE!!

 

5. Floyd Melancon built Floyd's Jewelers on Burnside. We are family on my dad's side...some where down the line. Floyd's was open from 1957-2006.

 

6Several movies were filmed in the area including:

The Curios Case of Benjamin Button,

All The Kings Men, & 

The Long Hot Summer. 

 

7. Famous Athletes from Ascension Parish:

 

Glenn Dorsey graduated from East Ascension High School. Glenn was an LSU BCS champ and Lombardi winner. He played for Kansas City and the San Francisco 49ers.

 

John "Hot Rod" Williams graduated from St. Amant High. Hot Rod played college basketball at Tulane. He played pro for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Phoenix Suns, and the Dallas Mavericks.

 

Jarvis Green graduated from Donaldsonville High and played college ball for LSU. This 2x Super Bowl Champ played for the New England Patriots, Denver Broncos, and the Houston Texans. 

 

8. Ascension Parish is home to the internationally known Cajun Chef, John Folse. 

 

9. The Parish is home of the Jambalaya Fest and is also known as the "Jambalaya Capital of the World". 

 

10. The first brick home in Gonzales was built on Burnside near Cornerview. 

 

11. According to the book "The Early Years, Gonzales, Louisiana" by Doris LeBlanc, a real estate ad in the newspaper posted in the early 1900's listed lots for sale for $25 to $100. WOW! The cost of land in Ascension has changed so much, so fast. If y'all see any land posted for $25 for sale in the area, call me right away! HA. 

 

That's all I have for now. How long have you been in Ascension Parish? 

 

Brandy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stoney Point Estates - Dutchtown (Geismar) LA

3/2/2020
Have you visited Stoney Point Estates?  This prestigious gated community has plenty to offer. This 120 acre subdivision consists of half acre to two acre lots and is considered a "custom" home community. The homes are surrounded by beautiful scenery, mature Live Oaks, 30 acres of lakes, fountains, and sidewalks. Minutes away from the local schools, shopping, dining, medical centers, and the interstate. According to Ascension Parish School Board, the schools are Spanish Lake Primary, Dutchtown Middle, and Dutchtown High. 


CLEANING HACKS THAT WORK!!!!

9/18/2019

I thought I would share a few cleaning tips and tricks to follow my last post. After trying multiple pinterest hacks that left my house just as dirty – and me just as frustrated – I can honestly say these work!

  1. Skip getting on your hands and knees with a bucket full of soapy water when it comes to baseboards! I wrap my broom with a microfiber cloth, secure it with a rubberband, and wipe away. To delay future build up, add a spray of pledge to the cloth.

 

  1. Ceiling fans are a pain to clean. Usually after getting the dust off, you have to break out the vacuum and get it all off the floor. I found this handy fan cleaner at amazon and love it. I’ve seen them at the dollar store as well! It’s also washable!

 

  1. Wiping down blinds is another one of my least favorite things to do. This blind cleaner can be found on amazon. I also spray it lightly with pledge and LOVE that it is washable!

 

  1. Prior to washing your bedding and shower curtains, clean your washing machine by running white vinegar or Affresh through it.

 

  1. For baked on microwave grime – microwave a coffee mug full of water for 30 seconds to a minute. The steam helps loosen the grime. Wipe away!

 

  1. I know I am not the only one that has scrubbed my tub, shower, and shower door until my arms were about to fall off. Then I found this! Bucko soap scum removal can be found on Amazon. I strongly recommend you turn on the bathroom vents. Simply spray, wait a few minutes, and wipe down with steel wool pads. The steel wool has never scratched my tub or shower but you may want to try a small spot first.

 

  1. Ring around the toilet is another fun chore. Ring King is a product a friend shared with me. It is actually used to clean the ring off of boats that have been sitting in the water. I pour it in, leave for a few minutes, and scrub with a pumice stone. This product also works great for marks in sinks and tubs that wont budge. When I used it in the sink – I soaked a cotton ball in Ring King, placed it on the “ring” and left it there about an hour. MAGIC! The only place I have found this locally is Goodwood Hardware. I’m sure it is on Amazon too.

 

  1. Whether you have a gas cooktop or a regular range, baked on grime seems impossible to remove. A friend that owns a maid service taught me this trick! If you have a gas cooktop, remove the grates and place on a towel. Spray them with oven cleaner. Next, spray your cooktop grime. I usually wait about an hour and wipe the cooktop. You may have to repeat. I ran my grates through the dishwasher and they came out looking new. Oven cleaner is strong. Make sure you ventilate well.

 

  1. To freshen up a smelly kitchen sink – chop a few lemons and run them along with ice cubes through your garbage disposal.

 

  1. Use a magic eraser to clean fingerprints and dirt from light switch face plates. Trust me, it’s there!

 

  1. Clean windows inside and out with newspaper. Fun fact – this is what Nascar drivers use to avoid smudges. I found a great product called Savogran that works on glass, tile, and my stainless fridge.

 

  1. For a fresh clean scent, drop a few drops of essential oils on your AC filter.

 

That’s all I have for now! Feel free to share your tips with me! I would love to keep the list growing.

PREPARING YOUR HOME FOR SALE

9/18/2019

With almost 20 years of real estate experience in the Baton Rouge area market, I have learned the importance of properly preparing your home for sale. Most sellers are excited and can’t wait to put the sign in their yard and get moving. However, slowing down a day or two to touch up and clean a bit pays off probably close to 100% of the time. With the amount of competing homes and new construction currently for sale, today this is especially important. First impressions, whether on-line or in person are everything. I am always willing to come to your home and help you come up with a list of suggestions but here are a few that are almost always on the list.

 

  1. The first thing buyers notice when pulling up in the driveway is curb appeal. Freshen up your flower beds and add fresh mulch if needed. It also takes us a minute or two to get in the door so they will notice your entryway. I suggest wiping down your door and adding a new door mat to display a more welcoming entry.

 

  1. Wash your windows inside and out. This gives your home a cleaner exterior look and allows more natural light inside….which is perfect for showings.

 

  1. Put bright bulbs in all of your fixtures. Yes, we all want our home a little darker when we actually live in it, but a bright light improves your potential buyer’s ability to view the home. It’s also a tad more cheerful in my opinion.

 

  1. Eliminate odors! If you smoke in your home, consider having a contractor cleaning the AC ducts.  To a non-smoker, the smell is usually an immediate turn off. In the past I have had a lot of buyers open the door, smell the smoke, turn around and walk out. These homes never had a chance. Pets are another huge odor complaint. Regardless, easy fixes are wash your bedding and drapes, wash your pet bedding, and clean the carpets. Trust me when I say candles and plug-ins are not enough.

 

  1. Consider the fact that your buyer may also be looking at new construction. To give your home a newer, neat, and orderly appearance (like new construction) declutter, organize closets and pantry. Remove any large furniture pieces that may cause rooms to look small. Pack up and minimize as much as possible.

 

  1. Deep clean your kitchen including cabinets and appliances.

 

  1. Deep clean your bathrooms. If it has been a while, wash your shower curtain and replace the plastic liner if needed. Touch up grout and caulk. Adding new hand towels and hand soaps help too.

 

  1. For a fresh new look, update your paint colors. If so much painting is needed that you do not want to do it, your buyer is probably not going to want to do it either. Go for neutral colors. If you are uncomfortable or unsure, call me and I will make suggestions. Although painting requires time and effort, this is a cost efficient update that WILL pay off.

 

  1. Fogged windows are a turn off and they will come up in your home inspection. Replace fogged windows if possible. If not, get a few bids and be prepared for buyers to potentially ask you to give them an allowance to repair at closing.

 

  1. Take down as much personal décor as possible. This includes photos, diplomas, etc,.

 

  1. Consider donating unused items or things you will not be bringing to your new home. Many will come to your house and pick up! I suggest Goodwill, Salvation Army, Battered Women’s Shelters, your local VA, Facebook groups, or freecycle.org.

 

  1. Wipe down your blinds. It’s a pain, I know.

 

  1. Wipe the dust from baseboards, ceiling fans, door frames, and light fixtures.

 

  1.  Use a magic eraser to clean face plates surrounding your light switches.

 

I have several cleaning tricks up my sleeve! Stay tuned for my next blog…coming soon.

Welcoming front entrance.

 

 

Decluttered, bright, and clean!


Why wiping down the light switches pays off.


Just turning on the fan won't cut it. ha ha!

 

 

Brandy Helms, Realtor


Licensed by LREC

RE/MAX First

4750 Sherwood Common Blvd

Baton Rouge, LA 70816

Doug Ferris,  Broker/Owner

225-445-5190 cell

225-291-1234 office

www.brandysellslahomes.com

Each office independently owned and operated.

Preparing Your Home For Sale

9/11/2019

Tips to prepare your home for sale

 

   With almost 20 years of real estate experience in the Baton Rouge area’s market, I have learned the importance of properly preparing your home for sale. Most sellers are excited and can’t wait to put the sign in their yard and get moving. However, slowing down a day or two to touch up and clean a bit pays off probably close to 100% of the time. With the amount of competing homes and new construction currently for sale, today this is especially important. First impressions, whether on-line or in person are everything. I am always willing to come to your home and help you come up with a list of suggestions but here are a few that are almost always on the list.

  1. The first thing buyers notice when pulling up in the driveway is curb appeal. Freshen up your flower beds and add fresh mulch if needed. It also takes us a minute or two to get in the door so they will notice your entryway. I suggest wiping down your door and adding a new door mat to display a more welcoming entry.

 

  1. Wash your windows inside and out. This gives your home a cleaner exterior look and allows more natural light inside….which is perfect for showings.

 

  1. Put bright bulbs in all of your fixtures. Yes, we all want our home a little darker when we actually live in it, but a bright light improves your potential buyer’s ability to view the home. It’s also a tad more cheerful in my opinion.

 

  1. Eliminate odors! If you smoke in your home, consider having a contractor cleaning the AC ducts. To a non-smoker, the smell is usually an immediate turn off. In the past I have had a lot of buyers open the door, smell the smoke, turn around and walk out. These homes never had a chance. Pets are another huge odor complaint. Regardless, easy fixes are wash your bedding and drapes, wash your pet bedding, and clean the carpets. Trust me when I say candles and plug-ins are not enough.

 

  1. Consider the fact that your buyer may also be looking at new construction. To give your home a newer, neat, and orderly appearance (like new construction) declutter, organize closets and pantry. Remove any large furniture pieces that may cause rooms to look small. Pack up and minimize as much as possible.

 

  1. Deep clean your kitchen including cabinets and appliances.

 

  1. Deep clean your bathrooms. If it has been a while, wash your shower curtain and replace the plastic liner if needed. Touch up grout and caulk. Adding new hand towels and hand soaps help too.

 

  1. For a fresh new look, update your paint colors. If so much painting is needed that you do not want to do it, your buyer is probably not going to want to do it either. Go for neutral colors. If you are uncomfortable or unsure, call me and I will make suggestions. Although painting requires time and effort, this is a cost efficient update that WILL pay off.

 

  1. Fogged windows are a turn off and they will come up in your home inspection. Replace fogged windows if possible. If not, get a few bids and be prepared for buyers to potentially ask you to give them an allowance to repair at closing.

 

  1. Take down as much personal décor as possible. This includes photos, diplomas, etc,.

 

  1. Consider donating unused items or things you will not be bringing to your new home. Many will come to your house and pick up! I suggest Goodwill, Salvation Army, Battered Women’s Shelters, your local VA, Facebook groups, or freecycle.org.

 

  1. Wipe down your blinds. It’s a pain, I know.

 

  1. Wipe the dust from baseboards, ceiling fans, door frames, and light fixtures.

 

  1. Use a magic eraser to clean face plates surrounding your light switches.

 

I have several cleaning tricks up my sleeve! Stay tuned for my next blog…coming soon.

Renting vs. owning in the Baton Rouge Area

6/19/2019

Renting vs owning in the Baton Rouge area

 

  Is home ownership right for you? I recently met with a couple that was interested in buying their first home but had no idea what to expect. The internet is full of pros and cons that left them nervous and misinformed about the entire home buying process. I’ll give you my thoughts, and then tell you what happened with my first time home buyers.

 

   In my opinion, the Greater Baton Rouge area (including Ascension and Livingston Parish) differs from most areas across the country. While it is possible to find a rental under $1,000 a month, the majority of apartments in Baton Rouge range from $1100-$1700 monthly PLUS a deposit which is usually equal to the rental amount. Ascension Parish apartments are equally as high according to apartments.com. Other options include renting a home or condo from the owner. The average monthly rent is generally close to $1 per square ft of living. So, a 1400 square foot home would rent at or near $1400 a month.

 

   The couple I met with was nearing the end of a 12 month lease of a 2 bedroom apartment in Ascension Parish. Their monthly rent was $1250 for a 1002 square foot apartment. According to what they “learned” online, buying a home meant a big down payment and the “stressful” process of getting approved for a home loan. In one of many conversations, they admitted that this delayed them from even considering talking to a Realtor.

 

  I asked my potential buyers to meet me at my office and we discussed their options at length. By the way – none of the wonderful options available to them popped up in their “research”. They were unaware that you can buy a new home with NO money down. Many areas including Prairieville, Geismar, St. Amant, Gonzales, Dutchtown, parts of Baton Rouge, Central and Zachary are covered by a program called Rural Development. This program does have income restrictions but has helped MANY buyers stop the renting process. You can’t rent an apartment or a home with NO down payment. Most Veterans qualify for VA financing which is also 100% financing with no down payment. Currently there are down payment assistant loans, bond money, and a mortgage credit certificate program which is a homebuyer assistance program designed to help lower-income families afford home ownership. After this conversation, they were in quite a hurry to get approved! To calm their anxiety, we called a local lender together, and within minutes were approved to buy a new home.

 

  After touring several homes in Ascension and Baton Rouge, we narrowed it down to 2 homes. They were:

 

HOUSE 1: 3 bedroom/2 bath 1593 living area with a garage and half acre – priced at $199,000.

 Their payment with taxes and insurance would be approximately $1299 a month. Although this was $50 more monthly than their current rent, this home offered almost 600 more square feet of living area, and a beautiful yard.

 

HOUSE 2: 3 bedroom/2 bath 1525 living area with garage and spacious yard – priced at $175,000.

 Their payment with taxes and insurance would be approximately $1128 a month.

 

 My buyers bought house #2 which was larger than their apartment, offered covered parking, a yard to run and play in, a patio to relax under…WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT and a note $127/month CHEAPER than their rent.

If you are considering buying in the near future, call me. I would love to go over your options and discuss the entire homebuying process with you. This simple conversation will ease your anxieties and answer your questions to better prepare you when you decide you are ready to take the leap!

 

I have been in the real estate industry for 20 years and cover all of Baton Rouge, Livingston, and Ascension. In addition to houses, I can also help with condos, townhomes, mobile homes, property management, and land.

 

Feel free to call, text, or email me at your convenience! You can also visit my website atwww.brandysellslahomes.com or follow me on Facebook.

 

I look forward to talking with you soon!

 

Brandy Helms, Realtor


Licensed by LREC

RE/MAX First

4750 Sherwood Common Blvd

Baton Rouge, LA 70816

Doug Ferris, Broker/Owner

225-445-5190 cell

225-291-1234 office

www.brandysellslahomes.com

Each office independently owned and operated.

 

 

5 GREAT REASONS TO GET PRE-APPROVED BEFORE STARTING YOUR HOME SEARCH

3/1/2019

Before starting your home search in the Ascension, Livingston,  or Baton Rouge area here are 5 great reasons to contact a mortgage broker to get pre-approved.

 

  1. You will know in advance what your payments will be.

 

  1. You won't waste your time considering homes you cannot afford.

 

  1. You can select the best loan package that suits your needs without being under pressure.

 

  1. Sellers will find your offer to purchase more favorable if they know in advance of your ability to secure financing. This will make your offer more competitive if you are in competition with other offers.

 

  1. Peace of mind.

 

As a buyer, you are in constant competition with all of the other buyers who are looking to buy a home. There is a big difference in the level of expertise and quality of service provided by Realtors. Give yourself the advantage of working with the very best...work with Brandy Helms and her team at RE/MAX First and get all the expertise and value added services that will make a huge difference in your home buying experience.

 

Get Approved Now

Search For Homes 

 

Brandy Helms, Realtor

Team Leader – The Helms Team

Licensed by LREC

225-445-5190 cell

www.brandysellslahomes.com

 

Licensed Realtor – 2004 to present

RE/MAX Hall of Fame - 2018

RE/MAX Cooperative Spirit Award - 2004, 2010, 2014

RE/MAX 100% Award – 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

 

RE/MAX First

4750 Sherwood Common Blvd

Baton Rouge, LA 70816

Doug Ferris, Broker/Owner

225-291-1234 office

Each office independently owned and operated.

 


 

 

A Cake Fit For A King

1/18/2019

With recent emphasis on the Saints' playoff games and possible trip to the Super Bowl, Mardi Gras - the national holiday of Louisiana - will be even livelier this year.  Parades, which began last weekend will continue until Fat Tuesday, will keep the party going in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and of course, Ascension Parish, as revelers eat and drink their way through the next week.

One holiday favorite to be found at many festivities will be King Cake, a decorated filled ring of twisted bread. The delectable pastry originated in western Europe in honor of the Three Kings who made their way to Bethlehem to honor the Baby Jesus on January 6, the 12th day after Christmas. French and Spanish settlers brought the cake to the New Orleans, where it became a favorite.

Though the recipe varies for the cake, it always contains a trinket, most often a plastic baby.  Whoever finds the trinket in their piece is supposed to gain good fortune- and the honor or buying the cake next time.

In Ascension Parish, one of the biggest suppliers of King Cake is Harvest Supermarket  in Geismar. Located at the intersection of Hwy 73 and Hwy 74, Harvest makes hundreds of cakes per day during Mardi Gras season.   The enterprise keeps employees busy rolling and stuffing the dough with fillings and the precious baby, and then baking and icing the finished product.  This year, the crew has hard to meet the demand of local shoppers who line up at the door to buy them up for their own celebrations and to ship out of town.  Of course, this year, the store has also been extra busy preparing Who Dat cakes and Valentine's Day cakes.

 Harvest isn't sharing their recipe for the king cake, but here is a tasty variation from Chef Emeril Lagasse

 

King Cake

 

 2 envelopes active dry yeast

1/2 cup granulated sugar

 1-1/2 sticks (6 ounces) unsalted butter, melted

 1 cup warm milk (about 110°F)

 5 large egg yolks, at room temperature

4 1/2 cups bleached all-purpose flour

 2 teaspoons salt

1 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg

1 teaspoon grated lemon zest

 1 teaspoon vegetable oil

1 pound cream cheese, at room temperature

4 cups confectioner's sugar

 1 plastic king cake baby or a pecan half

5 tablespoons milk, at room temperature

3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

Purple-, green-, and gold-tinted sugar sprinkles

 

Combine the yeast and granulated sugar in the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a dough hook. Add the melted butter and warm milk. Beat at low speed for 1 minute. With the mixer running, add the egg yolks, then beat for 1 minute at medium-low speed. Add the flour, salt, nutmeg, and lemon zest and beat until everything is incorporated. Increase the speed to high and beat until the dough pulls away from the sides of the bowl, forms a ball, and starts to climb up the dough hook. (If the dough is uncooperative in coming together, add a bit of warm water (110 degrees), a tablespoon at a time, until it does.)

Remove the dough from the bowl. Using your hands, form the dough into a smooth ball. Lightly oil a bowl with the vegetable oil. Place the dough in the bowl and turn it to oil all sides. Cover with plastic wrap and set aside in a warm, draft-free place until doubled in size, about 2 hours.

Meanwhile, make the filling. In a large mixing bowl, combine the cream cheese and 1 cup of the confectioner's sugar. Blend by hand or with an electric mixer on low speed. Set aside.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work surface. Using your fingers, pat it out into a rectangle about 30 inches long and 6 inches wide.

Spread the filling lengthwise over the bottom half of the dough, then flip the top half of the dough over the filling. Seal the edges, pinching the dough together. Shape the dough into a cylinder and place it on the prepared baking sheet seam side down. Shape the dough into a ring and pinch the ends together so there isn't a seam. Insert the king cake baby or pecan half into the ring from the bottom so that it is completely hidden by the dough.

Cover the ring with plastic wrap or a clean kitchen towel and place in a warm, draft-free place. Let the dough rise until doubled in size, about 45 minutes.

Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 350°F.

Brush the top of the risen cake with 2 tablespoons of the milk. Bake until golden brown, 25 to 30 minutes. Remove from the oven and let cool completely on a wire rack.

Make the icing. Combine the remaining 3 tablespoons milk, the lemon juice, and the remaining 3 cups confectioner's sugar in medium-size mixing bowl. Stir to blend well. With a rubber spatula, spread the icing evenly over the top of the cake. Sprinkle with the traditional purple, green, and gold sugar crystals, alternating colors around the cake.

The cake is traditionally cut into 2-inch-thick slices with all the guests in attendance.

YIELD: 20 to 22 servings

Also try these local suppliers of King Cakes.

Need a house with a gourmet kitchen where you can make your next King Cake? Brandy and her team can find you the perfect place to call home in the  Greater Baton Rouge area, including Baton Rouge, Prairieville, Gonzales, Denham Springs, Watson, Walker, Central, Greenwell Springs, Zachary, Baker, Port Allen, Brusly, Geismar, and St Amant.  

Come on down to Baton Rouge!

1/9/2019

As 2019 begins, Brandy Helms and her team are busily selling the benefits of living in the Greater Baton Rouge area and in the process, selling houses. At the moment, according to The Greater Baton Rouge Board of Realtors’ multiple listing service, there are 3,828 home for sale in the Baton Rouge, Lousiana area.  That breaks down to 1,681 in East Baton Rouge Parish, 645 in Ascension, 687 in Livingston Parish,and and 404 in East Feliciana, Iberville, West Baton Rouge, and West Feliciana. 

 

Greater Baton Rouge offers a lot of home for the money.  The cities and specific neighborhoods where home are available each have their own unique flavor.  Brandy’s Team of agents are specialists in helping you find the place in a neigborhood that not only fits your pocketbook but your lifestyle as well.  Whether you want a home near work or want a more rural property, Brandy will find it for you.

 

If you want to see examples of the homes in a specific area or if you want to get an idea of exactly what your home-buying dollars will get you, Brandy will deliver a list of homes that meet your requirements right to your inbox.  To get this handy service started, just email your preferences and your contact information to brandyhelms@icloud.com.  Brandy’s Team is always available to answer any questions you might have about the neighborhood, the home itself, or how to get started with buying or selling a home. 

 

Brandy Helms, Realtor


Licensed by LREC

RE/MAX First

4750 Sherwood Common Blvd

Baton Rouge, LA 70816

Wynona Squires, Broker/Owner

225-445-5190 cell

225-291-1234 office

www.brandysellslahomes.com

Each office independently owned and operated

Payments cheaper than rent!

1/8/2019
Just listed in Highland Creek Subdivision in Baton Rouge. Freshly painted three bedroom, two bath with no carpet. Spacious Living Room features wood burning fireplace with wood accents and brick hearth. Large bedrooms with excellent closet space. Nice sized laundry. Privately fenced yard with room to roam. Washer, dryer and refrigerator remain. New A/C unit installed 2018. Conveniently located near shopping, dining, parks, and entertainment. 

For more information view 426 Highland Creek Pkwy
or call/text 
Brandy Helms, Realtor 
(225) 445-5190




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