Friday, April 21, 2017

Homes for Sale in Highland Creek Subdivision in Baton Rouge, LA

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About Highland Creek Subdivision

Highland Creek Subdivision is located in the heart of Baton Rouge and only 10 minutes from LSU's campus! The neighborhood consists of 235 single family homes. Most of these homes are 2- and 3- bedroom, ranging from 1225 square feet to 2500 square feet. Pricing on Highland Creek homes range from $125,000 to $200,000. Covered parking, curbs, and sidewalks are standard in this neighborhood. These Highland Creek homes make great homes OR great investment opportunities to those who like to rent out homes near LSU's campus.

The Surrounding Area

Highland Creek is conveniently located off of Staring Lane, meaning close access to both Louisiana State University's campus and the popular shopping destinations Perkins Rowe and the Mall of Louisiana. Some of the great places to eat nearby include George's, Sammy's Grill, Mike Anderson's, Caliente Mexican Craving, and so much more! Find out about everything that is nearby to Highland Creek Subdivision including places of worship, banking, shopping, attractions and recreation and much more on my website.

Interested in buying a home in Highland Creek?

If you are interested in the current homes for sale in Highland Creek 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.


Post courtesy of the Louisiana Homes and Land Group at Keller Williams Red Stick Partners 
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