123 reynaud dr
donaldsonville, LA 70346

donaldsonville, LA 70346


  • 3 beds
  • 4 baths
  • 3,329 sqft

Listed By Rebecca courtesy of BHHS United Properties.
No detail overlooked for this beautiful Acadian style home. The kitchen features reclaimed cypress beams, rafters, cabinets and ceiling as well as brick arches, brick floors and a copper hood over the stove. The living room floors are extra wide pine planks and the wood burning fireplace is bricked with a cypress mantle. The sunburst transoms that overlook the living room and sunroom were handmade as well as the pine doors through out the home and the iron hardware that adorns the doors. The mas...
ter bedroom also has extra wide pine floors and plantation shutters. The upstairs features two oversized bedrooms and two full baths. The exterior of the home has usable shutters on all of the front windows and the master bedroom wing has copper overhangs above both windows. The large back yard would be perfect for adding a pool and/or an outdoor kitchen. This home is truly a hidden treasure.

Property details

General Information

Full Baths
Half Baths
Date Sold
Jun 2, 2020
Home Type
Detached Single Family
Square Feet


Subdivision Name
Plantation Estates



Near the communities of Convent and Geismar, on the edge of the Mississippi River, is the community of Donaldsonville. With a city slogan of “Respecting Our Past and Building Our Future,” Donaldsonville is moving forward and is a great place to call home!

Donaldsonville real estate ranges from small single-family homes in rural neighborhood settings to mid-range homes and large New Orleans style grand architectural homes on sprawling properties. This community is also known for having the quality of simpler times. There are sections of town near Railroad Avenue that are lined with refurbished and modernized shotgun style homes.

There is much to see in the small town of Donaldsonville. There are over 50 blocks of Historic District with buildings dating back to 1865 and older! Here you’ll find the Historic Donaldsonville Museum occupying a converted department store, a community gem filled with donated items from local citizens. Don’t forget to stop by local artisan Alvin Batiste’s gallery to admire or purchase original pieces of Louisiana inspired creations. You’re also just a short trip away from the Elm Hall Wildlife Management Area and the Madewood Plantation House.

For those wanting a one-of-a-kind dining experience, Lafitte’s Landing at BitterSweet Plantation is the creation of Chef John Folse who is a noted Louisiana celebrity. This exclusive eatery is only open to guests with 6 or more in their party who are willing to pay top dollar for the experience. If casual dining is what you seek, stop into Grapevine Café and Gallery. While here try Chef Cynthia Schneider’s James Beard award-winning white chocolate bread pudding.

Homes for sale in Donaldsonville offer the authenticity of southern charm with old town historical character

Listing courtesy of Rebecca at BHHS United Properties

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