Only an hour from New Orleans yet in the midst of everything that is Louisiana, Cajun country, swamps, and bayous, those looking for Houma homes will find a town that defines Louisiana living. From the wildlife that inhabits the surrounding swamps to the plantation homes that define pre-Civil War Southern opulence, Houma has irresistible local flavor. It's the largest city and seat of Terrebonne Parish. Appropriately, the Bayou Terrebonne is an important part of the local landscape.
Real estate in Houma offers a little bit of everything. There are historic mansions with canopied driveways of moss covered trees. There are also new developments of recently built houses loaded with the conveniences of modern technology. There are also apartments and handyman specials. Whatever type of house you're looking for in Houma, it can be found, with a little help.
Houma itself is mostly a middle class city in Southeastern, Louisiana. Homes in Houma are punctuated by history. Many historical mansions are located within blocks of several notable historical buildings. Those who move to Houma can expect a true taste of Louisiana culture. New residents will find themselves in the midst of its annual Mardi Gras festival, enjoying the local Cajun cooking, or listening to the local Zydeco. Anyone who has been to Louisiana knows that the music is as prominent in the culture as the cooking. In whatever neighborhood homebuyers find their new house in Houma, they will find themselves at home in friendly, lively Houma.
Houma - Louisiana
CENTURY 21 Action knows Houma real estate intimately and can help homebuyers identify their next home there. Whether you're a transplant to the area and completely unfamiliar with its neighborhood and culture, or a lifetime resident in the market for a new home in Houma, stop by our office and let us help you find your new home.
Average List Price: $310,976
Average Days on Market: 219
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