466.61 Acres on Joor Road

Joor Rd Baton Rouge, LA 70812

Joor Rd, Baton Rouge, LA, 70812
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FOR SALE
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Amount:
$2,799,660
Last Verified:
Dec 16, 2020

Highlights

  • Excellent Tract for Recreation with Future Development Potential
  • Zoned A1 - Single Family Residential
  • Mostly wooded with some clearings and ponds
  • Just outside of Baton Rouge city limits

Description

All property boundaries are approximate.

Located just north of Greenwell Springs Road and bordering Joor Road along the drive into Central City lies this large, ±466 acre development tract. The tract borders the edge of existing development in the northeastern sector of Baton Rouge. The property itself lies just outside of the Baton Rouge city limits.

The property is mostly wooded but also contains a few ponds and clearings. Two creeks run through the property (Hurricane Creek and Roberts Canal) and Greenwell Street and Prescott Road both run east/west through the tract. Also existing on the property is a pre-Civil War house in need of restoration.

The property is an excellent tract for recreation while presenting the opportunity for future development.

It is currently zoned A1 for Single Family Residential.

Large tract of land located between Joor Road and Dickens Dr.

Lot Size: 466.61 acres

Map of Joor Rd, Baton Rouge, LA, 70812

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