So many people are thinking about moving to warmer climates after this Snowmageddon, that I’m featuring homes in the southern part of the country this week. This circa 1930 American Foursquare is located on a street of older homes in Alexandria, Louisiana, the ninth largest city in the state described as a place where “residents and visitors enjoy a treasured, peaceful lifestyle, and diversity is celebrated through food, fun, family, arts and festivals.” The home has some great features, including a large front porch, front door with sidelights, bay window, French doors, fireplace, hardwood floors, second staircase, central air and city water and sewer.
See full listing here for Louisiana Foursquare $50,000.
I am not a realtor. If interested in this property, contact SHAWN LANDRENEAU with LOUISIANA LAGNIAPPE.
Call me a fixer upper fanatic. My husband and I have owned and restored a 1910 Folk Victorian on Long Island, an 1880's farmhouse on 15 acres in Schoharie County, New York, and a 1915 American Foursquare in beautiful Cape May, New Jersey. We currently live part-time in Huntington Beach, California, and are working on our 1930 retirement bungalow in Indiana. Old houses touch our souls.
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