Belmere Luxury Apartments - Convenient Location, Enticing Resort-style Pool, Well-appointed Business Center, Cozy Fireplaces Available, Courtesy Patrol, 24-hour State-of-the-Art Fitness Center, Playroom Tot Lot, Tanning Bed, Resident Social Gatherings, BBQ and Picnic Areas, Billiard Room, Gathering Courtyard with Fireplace

Belmere Luxury Apartments

100 Belmere Luxury Ct, Houma, LA 70360

3 Miles - Walk Score: 25

Convenient Location, Enticing Resort-style Pool, Well-appointed Business Center, Cozy Fireplaces Available, Courtesy Patrol, 24-hour...

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1 Bedroom1 Bathroom849 sq. ft $ 985
2 Bedroom2 Bathroom1,087 sq. ft $ 1,190
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Ansley Place - Gated Access Entrance, Resort Style Pool, Resident Media Theatre, Cyber Cafe', Corporate Apartments Available, Car-Care Center, Cabana Area, Clubhouse, Workout Facility, Extra Storages, Garages Available, Ample Parking

Ansley Place

100 Ansley Pl Ct, Houma, LA 70360

3.7 Miles - Walk Score: 28

Gated Access Entrance, Resort Style Pool, Resident Media Theatre, Cyber Cafe', Corporate Apartments Available, Car-Care Center, Cabana...

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1 Bedroom1 Bathroom743 sq. ft $ 937
1 Bedroom1 Bathroom751 sq. ft $ 1,020
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The Landing on Bayou Cane -

The Landing on Bayou Cane

1803 Martin Luther King Blvd, Houma, LA 70360

4 Miles - Walk Score: 46

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Studio1 Bathroom555 sq. ft $ 730
1 Bedroom1 Bathroom665 sq. ft $ 833
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Single Family Home Home in Houma for For Sale By Owner - This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers

Single Family Home Home in Houma for For Sale By Owner

Ellender St, Houma, LA 70363

0.3 Miles - Walk Score: 65

This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers. Even though a homeowner chooses...

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2 Bedroom1 Bathroom1,086 sq. ft $ 640
Single Family Home Home in Houma for For Sale By Owner - This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers

Single Family Home Home in Houma for For Sale By Owner

Agnes St, Houma, LA 70363

0.3 Miles - Walk Score: 63

This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers. Even though a homeowner chooses...

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3 Bedroom2 Bathroom2,500 sq. ft $ 1,067
Single Family Home Home in Houma for For Sale By Owner - This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers

Single Family Home Home in Houma for For Sale By Owner

Melody Dr, Houma, LA 70363

0.4 Miles - Walk Score: 65

This property is For Sale by Owner or "FSBO", which can offer significant advantages to home buyers. Even though a homeowner chooses...

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3 Bedroom2 Bathroom1,540 sq. ft $ 1,100
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New Orleans is the largest port in the United States and the largest city in Louisiana. New Orleans was named after the Duke of Orleans, the Regent of France. Founded in May, 1718, New Orleans is known for its cuisine, multilingual heritage, and the French Quarters. New Orleans is also home to the 2009 Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints. In 2005, New Orleans was devastated by Hurricane Katrina and a few years later Hurricane Gustav. The city continues to experience disaster recovery.

Temperature

Average High - 73.9, Average Low - 43.4

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Basketball - Hornets

Football - 2009 Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints

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The crime rate in New Orleans has been an ongoing concern as New Orleans has experienced a high crime rate for a number of years.

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Vieux Carre' (Old Square), or more commonly known as the French Quarter, is the oldest and most visited neighborhood in the city. The French Quarters is a National Historic Landmark. One of the most famous annual attractions in the Quarter is Mardi gras. Thousands of tourists and locals come out to celebrate in the streets of the Square. The Lower Quarter has a number of interesting shops and restaurants where you can take advantage of authentic New Orleans cuisine. You can take a carriage ride and visit a host of museums and landmarks in the area. The housing stock in the Quarter consists of mixed use buildings where residents can walk out their front door and experience everything the Quarter has to offer. Neighborhoods adjacent to the French Quarter are the Iberville Development, Central City, Tulane, and the Lower Garden District.

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Garden District is a neighborhood with a host of southern mansions that have been preserved over time. The Garden District was once a number of plantations. When the area became to be more generally developed, the plan was to have just a few houses with large gardens surrounding them. Today, you can still see remnants of the original plan. But now, much smaller residents stand next to historic mansions, giving the Garden District an interesting landscape to live in. because the Garden District is on relatively high ground, it escaped a great majority of the flooding from Hurricane Katrina.

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Audobon is a neighborhood named after the Audobon Park; the largest park in the area. both Loyola and Tulane University are located in the immediate area. Because of the high concentration of university students, the housing stock in Audobon is varied from apartments to condos and homes that have been converted into multi units. Housing is affordable, as well. The neighborhood draws hundreds of young professionals and families. The stores, restaurants, bars, and shops in the area reflect the community of Audobon. Public transportation is easily accessible.

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West End is a neighborhood bounded by Lake Pontchartrain to the north and Robert E. Lee Boulevard to the south. The West End is the commercial and recreational seafood boating hub for New Orleans. Two yacht clubs and several other maritime related businesses populate the neighborhood. Recreation activities are also related to the West End's close proximity to water. In recent years, the West End has had an influx of condominium development which has added to the housing stock in the neighborhood. The West End was devastated by Hurricane Katrina, and is in the process of being rebuilt and redeveloped.

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Lake Terrace/Lake Oaks is a neighborhood bounded by the Industrial Canal to the East and Bayou St. John to the west. The University of New Orleans principal campus and the Pontchartrain Amusement Park can both be found within the borders of this community. This neighborhood is considered one of the wealthiest in the city. The neighborhood did suffer some damage after Hurricane Katrina; however, the majority of the neighborhood was unscathed. Neighborhoods adjacent to the Lake Terrace/Lake Oaks neighborhood include Milneburg, St. Anthony and Dillard.

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Musician's Village is a new neighborhood for musicians built around a music center where the artists are able to live, play, and teach in the same area. The Habitat for Humanity, and artists Brandford Marsalis and Harry Connick Jr., teamed up to build houses lost to Hurricane Katrina. The Ellis Marsalis Music Center is the centerpiece for the project. The project started in 2006 and has been going strong every since. Even though the community is being designed with musicians in mind, anyone can live there. Housing is affordable and it offers a great many residents and potential residences the opportunity to own their own home instead of renting.

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