What You Can Get For ... $650,000
What: A five-bedroom contemporary home with Asian flair in the heart of Lafayette
Address: 103 Mill Valley Run
Size: 5,160 square feet
Price per square foot: $125
Setting: Located on a lush lot of nearly an acre near the hub of Kaliste Saloom and Ambassador Caffery, this engineer-built contemporary home has an Asian flair with soaring ceilings and outdoor living areas and kitchen.
The Home: A thoughtful floor plan and a bevy of windows in this unique modernly designed home give wonderful views from every room. With new wood floors in the master, fresh paint and new carpet on the second floor, this five-bedroom house has been updated while maintaining its one-of-a-kind aesthetic. A tree house-like office or game room and reading nooks on the inside with expansive outdoor living on the outside are among its details.
What: Four-bedroom, three-bath, two-story River Ranch home
Address: 312 Biltmore Way
Size: 3,109 square feet
Price per square foot: $207
Setting: Built but a brief walk from the River Ranch Town Square and City Club, this four-bedroom home has a large yard that’s pool ready, a bricked patio and brick privacy fence.
The Home: With three separate living areas and 9-foot plus ceilings, this roomy River Ranch home has an exceptional kitchen with a large keeping room made for entertaining as it flows to the back patio.
What You Can Get For ... $360,000
What: Four-bedroom home with pool on three-quarters of an acre in Youngsville
Address: 117 Country View Drive, Youngsville
Size: 2,500 square feet
Price per square foot: $143
Setting: Located in Youngsville, this home is situated on three-fourths of an acre with an in-ground gunite pool with fountains and wrought iron fencing for a private getaway in your own backyard.
The Home: This four-bedroom home has an expansive open living area with a corner fireplace and mahogany mantle along with a large island in the kitchen with granite counters. A master suite, guest bedroom and study are downstairs with two bedrooms and a sitting area upstairs.
Nancy Marcotte, Keller Williams, 316-2064
What: Arts and Crafts style 1905 home on three acres in Breaux Bridge
Address: 425 Berard St., Breaux Bridge
Size: 3,166 square feet
Price per square foot: $113
Setting: Located in Breaux Bridge on three acres, this 1905 home was once a bed and breakfast and includes a semi-circle drive and a fenced large courtyard with a parcel that is home to a huge cypress barn, horse stalls, garage and carport.
The Home: This historic home is a Louisiana Arts and Crafts style with wood floors, huge pocket doors with beveled glass that divide the living and dining room with a 24-foot long sunroom with windows on three sides and built-ins on the fourth. In addition to the living area, an L-shaped glassed-in rear porch overlooks the fenced large courtyard. Details like light fixtures and chandeliers remain, and the roof is only 3 years old.
What You Can Get For ... $159,000
What: Southern cottage with three bedrooms on Coolidge
Address: 616 Coolidge St.
Size: 1,200 square feet
Price per square foot: $132
Setting: Located just a short distance from UL, this three-bedroom home has a full front porch with natural floral landscaping.
The Home: A true southern cottage feel best describes this charming home located near campus and the easy access of Pinhook. With original wood floors and working wood windows, this home has the bones of history with new upgrades like a lifetime metal roof, Pottery Barn colors and Ikea cabinets, bath and sink.
(Photos by Bess Stephenson)
What: .39-acre lot in Vintage Park
Address: 314 Opus One Drive, Broussard
Size: .39 acre
Setting: Located in the lux Vintage Park neighborhood, this lot is one of the few available for building in the gated Broussard location.
Phil Devey, Coldwell Banker, 233-9540
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