Slidell Real Estate
Slidell real estate is starting to see more and more interest from homebuyers. The progress of the new Twin Spans that connect Slidell to other western cities is one the main reasons. New homebuyers and investors see the opportunity and growth in the area and are starting to make moves. The “Camellia City” is located in Eastern St. Tammany Parish and is relatively close to all of the attractions of New Orleans such as the Superdome, The French Quarter, The Riverfront, Uptown New Orleans, The Arts District and Audubon Park.
Slidell home buyers are seeing a large investment in infrastructure improvements throughout the city. Levee improvements, flood controls, drainage improvements, redevelopment of I-10 Twin Spans, are creating local jobs and are adding to the strength of the local economy. The Slidell area has many positive qualities such as health care, restaurants, recreation activities, top rated schools and Historic preservation.
Slidell home buyers are attracted by a large variety of properties which include single family residences, lakefront condominiums, acreage and farm properties, waterfront properties, golf course properties, and luxury homes. There is a large assortment of homes for sale suitable for all buyer needs, including first time home buyers, step up home buyers, waterfront buyers, golf course property buyers and property investors. The Slidell real estate market has something to offer for just about all home buyers looking to purchase in this growing area. Many post Hurricane Katrina properties have been fully renovated and updated, featuring the latest in kitchen and bath amenities.
Small town atmosphere with all of the conveniences of living in a big city continue to attract home buyers. Slidell is a very family friendly area which can accommodate all lifestyle options. Outdoor lovers are attracted by endless activities such as fishing, hunting, crabbing, boating, swimming, water sports, agriculture, farming, equestrian activities and much more. The Honey Island Swamp offers guided tours through a majestic 150 year old cypress swamp. A planned UNO technology park is on the horizon. Historic Old Towne, Downtown and the Fremaux Exchange are also unique area highlights.