Monday, April 3, 2017

Condos for Sale in Leigh's Cove in Baton Rouge, LA

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About Leigh's Cove

Leigh's Cove is a gated condo community only 1.5 miles from LSU's campus! These condos were built in 3 phases starting in 2000 and completed in 2004. All units feature a full kitchen, walk-in closets, balcony or patio space, outside storage closet, and washer and dryer.  This community is pet friendly, and there is also a swimming pool for cooling down on those hot Louisiana days! Two and three bedroom units are available, starting at 1219 square feet.

The Surrounding Area

Leigh's Cove is conveniently located near Louisiana State University's campus. It is off of Lee Drive and is in walking distance of the LSU bus route - perfect for LSU students! Not to mention the close access to the many LSU sporting events! Some of the great places to eat nearby include Mike Anderson's, Caliente Mexican Craving, Canefield Tavern, Your Mom's Restaurant, and so much more. Find out about everything that is nearby to Leigh's Cove including places of worship, banking, shopping, attractions and recreation and much more on my website.

Interested in buying a home in Leigh's Cove?

If you are interested in the current homes for sale in Leigh's Cove in Baton Rouge, LA, visit our website: . Our 'for sale' property information is a direct feed from the Baton Rouge MLS and is updated multiple times per day.


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