Situated on Cross Lake and the Red River, Shreveport is a large, vibrant city in northwest Louisiana—and the third largest in the state. Shreveport is recognized for its rich history and unique cultural offerings, which include gorgeous outdoor green spaces and museums. Shreveport is also an economic and educational hub, and it is the home to five post-secondary institutions and numerous national corporations. Read on to discover why Shreveport is a great place to live!

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Shreveport Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $254K
Lowest Price $4.3K
Highest Price $4.9M
Total Listings 1,210
Avg. Days On Market 111
Avg. Price/SQFT $121

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Real Estate and Properties in Shreveport

If you're searching for a new home in Shreveport, you'll find a variety of options to choose from. From historic homes to modern new builds, Shreveport's real estate market has it all. Many homes in the area boast charming features like wrap-around porches, high ceilings, and ornate detailing. Popular neighborhoods include Broadmoor, South Highlands, and Ellerbe Road. Shreveport's community appearance is well-maintained, with tree-lined streets and lush green spaces.

Things to Do in Shreveport

Shreveport is a hub of entertainment and culture. Visitors and locals alike can enjoy the city's many recreational activities, including hiking at Red River National Wildlife Refuge and fishing at Cross Lake. For those interested in history, the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum and Shreveport Water Works Museum are must-sees. The city also hosts several annual events, such as the Red River Revel Arts Festival and the Louisiana Film Prize, which draws visitors from all over the country.

  • Sci-Port Discovery Center - hands-on science museum
  • Eldorado Resort Casino - gaming and entertainment
  • R.W. Norton Art Gallery - art museum with extensive collection
  • Shreveport Aquarium - marine life exhibits and touch tanks
  • RiverView Park - scenic park with walking trails and playgrounds

Location & Area Information

  • Geographic location - located in northwest Louisiana near the Texas and Arkansas borders
  • Landmarks - Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium and the Louisiana Boardwalk
  • Climate - hot summers and mild winters
  • Economy - major industries include healthcare, education, and gaming
  • Transport - served by Shreveport Regional Airport and major highways, including I-20 and I-49
  • Nearby cities and destinations - Bossier City, Natchitoches, and Dallas, Texas

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