After the Great Flood of 2016 Baton Rouge's housing market has been on a rapid uprise. Some of the prominent more established neighborhoods have come back better than ever!
Sherwood Forest , Park Forest , Monticello , Oneal Place and Centurion Place to mention only a few. These prominent subdivisions have experienced a major price increase due to the renovations that have taken place over the past year. With the overwhelming cost of renovations , some homeowners have decided to move on from their damaged properties and make a profit selling to investors.
"Someone else's trash can be someone's treasure " has never been a truer quote than it has become now . With the square footage of these homes and the modern renovations. These flood homes have definitely become a new home owner's treasure . A recently purchased home at 1115 Crossbow Dr. in Centurion Place Subdivision is a prime example of what beauty can come from a flood damaged home with the right vision. This home boast a large open living room with a wet bar for entertaining , a dining room that can seat a table of 15 or more family members, a kitchen that had been upgraded with all new cabinets, quartz counter tops and a host of other items. This home also has a onsite office , and four beautiful bedrooms. The master en suite features separate his/her vanities & closets.
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