It’s all about the schools, the cost of homes, and that little bit of “country” that make Prairieville one of the most desirable places to live in the Greater Baton Rouge area. Prairieville is right on the other side of the parish line between Ascension and East Baton Rouge. There are two main roads connecting us … Airline Highway and I-10 … and a couple of back roads for those of us trying to avoid the traffic. And, as it’s name would suggest, there’s land for new construction. It’s not surprising that last year 35% of all the homes sold near Prairieville were new homes.
One of the reasons why homes near Prairieville are so popular is because the public schools in the area are among the highest rated in the state.
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You don’t have to have school age children to enjoy living near Prairieville. With the exception of the Burbank/Nicholson corridor, for the most part there’s a real shortage of available land in the areas near LSU and Towne Center. The lots that are available tend to be expensive and significantly add to the cost of new construction. So, if you’re looking for the white kitchen with stainless appliances, some high end finishes, and a home with a yard at a price you can afford, take a look at some of the new homes near Prairieville. It’s no wonder that last year there were almost twice as many new homes built near Prairieville than near LSU and Towne Center combined. You can see the stats on helenekurtz.com/blog/homes-near-prairieville-la.
For those of you just getting started and looking to buy your first home, the US Department of Agriculture might be able to help. You may be eligible for a rural development loan! There are very generous income eligibility criteria and if you qualify you could get 100% financing. That’s no down payment. And, with a little assistance from the seller or the builder to help cover your closing costs you just might be able to afford that new home after all. If you’d like to learn more about the homes near Prairieville give me a call at (225) 300-4588 and enjoy your home search on HeleneKurtz.com.