10-Acre Staring Lane Development Tract

Staring Lane Baton Rouge, LA 70810

Staring Lane, Baton Rouge, LA, 70810
Staring Lane, Baton Rouge, LA, 70810
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Last Verified:
Jul 17, 2020


  • ±10.00 Acres
  • Frontage on Staring Lane (±138')
  • Zoned A1 - Single Family Residential
  • Surrounded by residential subdivisions
  • Existing structures of no value


This tract of land is located on Staring Lane between Perkins Road and Highland Road. It sits on the eastern side of Staring Ln and has approximately 138' of frontage along Staring. It is surrounded by residential neighborhoods and subdivisions.

The Staring Lane corridor from Perkins Rd to Burbank Dr has seen significant development and improvement over recent years. Many new residential neighborhoods have been developed and infrastructure improvements have allowed greater numbers of traffic to access the retail and residential boom along Burbank Drive to the south.

There are two structures on the property (no value) and a driveway with connection to Staring Ln exists.

The property is 1.35 miles south of Perkins Road and 2.35 miles south of I-10.

Located on the eastern side of Staring Lane between Perkins Rd and Highland Rd.

Lot Size: 10.0 acres

Map of Staring Lane, Baton Rouge, LA, 70810

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