Moss Bluff

If you're looking for a charming place to call home, look no further than Moss Bluff, Louisiana. With its friendly community and beautiful scenery, it's easy to see why this area is a great place to live.


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Moss Bluff Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $300K
Lowest Price $0
Highest Price $113M
Total Listings 34,715
Avg. Days On Market 149
Avg. Price/SQFT $131

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Real Estate Properties in Moss Bluff

If you're in the market for a new home, Moss Bluff has plenty of options for you to choose from. From cozy bungalows to spacious estates, there's something for everyone. The styles of homes in Moss Bluff range from traditional to modern, with a variety of internal and external features. Some popular neighborhoods include the peaceful Hillcrest subdivision and the family-friendly Maplewood neighborhood. You'll find that the community takes pride in its appearance, with well-maintained lawns and gardens throughout the area.

Things to Do in Moss Bluff

When it comes to recreational activities, Moss Bluff has no shortage of options. Whether you enjoy spending time outdoors or prefer indoor entertainment, there's something for everyone. Some popular activities include fishing and boating on the Calcasieu River, hiking and biking in Sam Houston Jones State Park, and catching a movie at the Cinemark Movie Theater. You can also experience the local culture and history at the DeQuincy Railroad Museum or attend the annual Louisiana Pirate Festival.

  • Calcasieu River
  • Sam Houston Jones State Park
  • Cinemark Movie Theater
  • DeQuincy Railroad Museum
  • Louisiana Pirate Festival

Location & Area Information

Moss Bluff is located in the western part of Louisiana, just a short drive from the Texas border. The area is known for its beautiful natural scenery, with landmarks like the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge and the Creole Nature Trail nearby. The climate in Moss Bluff is humid subtropical, with hot summers and mild winters. The economy is driven by industries like manufacturing, healthcare, and education. Getting around the area is easy with convenient access to major highways and airports. Nearby cities include Lake Charles and Sulphur, both of which offer even more opportunities for entertainment and recreation.

  • Sabine National Wildlife Refuge
  • Creole Nature Trail
  • Major highways and airports
  • Nearby cities: Lake Charles, Sulphur


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