3 Things to Love About the Lower Garden District

    Are you still searching for the perfect New Orleans neighborhood to call home?

    In our continuing quest to provide more than the typical canned descriptions of living in the Crescent City, we recently asked some Lower Garden District (aka the LGD) residents to tell us what they love about their ‘hood.

    Here are the fantastic answers we received.

    Lower Garden District, New Orleans LA

     

    Walkability/Convenience

    Easy biking to the Quarter & CBD, to Freret, and beyond (depending on how in shape you are) ~ Molly

     

    Great restaurants and bars that usually aren’t super crowded ~ Chris

     

    Proximity to everything in the city, small town feel but with everything a city can offer ~ Matt

     

    It has a quiet neighborhood feel yet it’s in a densely populated urban setting. We’re conveniently located between uptown and downtown. There are all types people of various education, ethnic, and financial backgrounds all living together. It’s walkable, bike-able, and streetcar-able… Its historic with fantastic architecture and landmarks. You run into people visiting from all over the world. Also, it’s full of local shops and stores and not your typical rubber stamp american neighborhood full of big chain box stores and chain restaurants. In fact, we have world class dining options in the LGD…….. and, to add the icing on the cake… its above sea level. ~ Christopher

     

    Community

    All the best people are here. I love walking down the street and seeing people I know  ~ Taylor

     

    I always say how nice it is that if I ever feel like I’m lacking some quality socialization in my life all I have to do is walk out my front door  ~ David

     

    Everybody knows everybody, within walking distance are most of my main necessities… Like Sesame Street with more bars and less muppets ~ Molly

     

    Charm

    Crepe myrtle-lined streets… ~ Molly

     

    It smells of magnolia, sweet olive, honeysuckles. When you wake up on Sundays it’s to the sound of carriages going by, horses clopping, and church bells. Sometimes you can watch a second line from your window. The neighbors are pretty damn cool as well. It’s an audiovisual feast for the senses.. ~ Khanh

     

    Start Your Lower Garden District Home Search Here or give us a call at 504-327-5303 and a neighborhood expert will help you with your home buying plan. 

     

     

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