This Could Be Home: On the Riverbend of Jefferson

By Rachel Rae Westfall | May 9, 2019

Following the Mighty Mississippi River, as it bends alongside the Uptown/Carrollton neighborhoods, you’ll come across the beautiful community of Jefferson, Louisiana. You’ll soon understand why this town is more affectionately known as Old Jefferson as it has the charm and feel of an old-school main street neighborhood.

 

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Walk to the end of Oak Street in New Orleans, and now you’re on the famous River Road in Jefferson. As you can see, you’re just a two-step away from the Big Easy, so there’s never a shortage of things to do and see in Jefferson and Jefferson Parish!

 

Filled with legendary oak trees, Jefferson is a genuinely Louisiana city. You’re never far from world-class outdoor activities like camping, boating or fishing. Walk or run on the levees of the Mighty Mississippi. Get your fishing rod ready or head out on the bayou in your boat or kayak. Of course, you’re incredibly close to the city amenities of Metairie and the sights and sounds of New Orleans, all while being just a short distance away from local schools, churches and nature-filled parks.

 

 

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Haydel’s Bakery: From king cakes to cajunnolis, Haydel’s is a Louisiana institution.

Rivershack Tavern: Right on River Road, this place is famous for its cold beer, live music and crawfish boils.

New Orleans Original Daiquiris: No description needed; these Fat Tuesday cups are another Nola classic.

Dot’s Diner: Serving up delicious, made-to-order food 24 hours a day.

Crabby Jack’s: Daytime place for hefty poboys, fried chicken & other Cajun grub in a funky counter-service space.

Central Poboys: great poboys with seafood and daily lunch specials.

The Pour House Saloon: authentic dive bar with great live music.

 

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Real estate in Jefferson is as diverse as the people who call it home. A quick stroll around town will deliver a wide range of housing options including many historical options that were built in the 1940s and 50s. There are single-family ranch homes, Creole cottages with ornate designs and beautifully restored Louisiana mansions. A majority of these beautiful homes sit on large lots, and there is an abundance of sprawling trees making for an inviting outdoor setting. No matter your budget, there’s truly something for any and everyone!

 

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When you’re ready to take a stroll down the riverbend and find your dream home in Old Jefferson, contact your LOCAL expert at Gardner Realtors today!


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