The Jefferson Terrace subdivision is one of Baton Rouge’s greatest hidden gems. The original neighborhood was developed in the mid-1970s. It’s an older area that is seeing new life with a younger demographic moving in and updating the older homes.
What Makes Jefferson Terrace Subdivision Attractive?
On beautiful days, sitting outside or laying in the hammock it is a joy to hear the sound of the wind blowing through the trees!
The park is in the middle of the neighborhood with a community pool that can be joined for an annual fee. There is a baseball field that rarely has an organized game scheduled, so it’s always open for a pick-up game.
The proximity to anything is fantastic! Jefferson Terrace is tucked away between Old Jefferson and Bluebonnet. There is easy access Interstate 10, Mall of Louisiana, Perkins Rowe, restaurants, healthcare, and more.
There is no mandatory HOA, although there is a volunteer organization that residents can pay to join. The Jefferson Terrace Civic Association lobbies on behalf of the neighborhood for things like the school being built, sidewalks, drainage maintenance, debris pick up, speed limits, etc. The Association also has a small influence on what can be done on Bluebonnet in front of the neighborhood such as bus stops, benches, signs, etc.
“There is something to satisfy almost anyone and no “cookie cutter” feeling at all.”
“I love my neighbors and our neighborhood!”
Friendly neighbors make for a real sense of community in this neighborhood. There is definitely a sense of pride for the area that shows in Jefferson Terrace.
Interested in living in Jefferson Terrace?
Check out the available homes in Jefferson Terrace subdivision and choose one to call your own.