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Other Gulf Coast


390Listings$4K-$5.1M$84.3MTotal Value
Other Gulf Coast, Louisiana

The Other Gulf Coast real estate market is the largest marketplace for beach property in Louisiana.

The average list price for Other Gulf Coast homes for sale is $455,000. Normally there are about 2,860 beach homes for sale at Other Gulf Coast, and 1,600 listings for lots and land.

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About Other Gulf Coast

 The Gulf Coast in Louisiana offers a unique living experience with its rich history, abundant recreational options, access to top-notch medical care, and mouth-watering culinary delights.  

 Historic Sites 

 The Gulf Coast in Louisiana boasts a variety of historic sites, from the French Quarter in New Orleans to the plantations along River Road. Visitors and residents alike can immerse themselves in the history of the area, from the battles of the Civil War to the legacy of jazz music. 

 Hospital Access and Airports 

 When it comes to healthcare, Louisiana has a reputation for being among the best in the nation. The Gulf Coast region is home to some of the best hospitals in the state, including Ochsner Medical Center and Tulane Medical Center. Residents can rest easy knowing they have access to top-notch medical care. The Gulf Coast in Louisiana has several airports that make travel convenient and accessible. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is just a short drive away, and Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport is also within easy reach. Additionally, the Gulf Coast has several smaller regional airports that offer additional options for travelers. 

 Best Restaurants 

 Louisiana is known for its delicious cuisine, and the Gulf Coast region is no exception. From classic Cajun and Creole dishes to seafood fresh from the Gulf of Mexico, residents have access to some of the best restaurants in the state.  

 Recreational Options 

 The Gulf Coast in Louisiana offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, from fishing and boating to hiking and camping. The area is also home to several state parks, including Fontainebleau State Park and Grand Isle State Park. For those who prefer indoor activities, there are plenty of museums and art galleries to explore. 

 In addition to all of the amenities listed above, the Gulf Coast in Louisiana offers affordable housing options and a low cost of living compared to other coastal regions. With its warm climate, rich culture, and laid-back lifestyle, the Gulf Coast is an ideal place to call home.