Sulphur, Louisiana is a charming small town located in Calcasieu Parish. With its rich history, beautiful scenery, and friendly community, Sulphur is an ideal place to call home.

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Sulphur Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $305K
Lowest Price $0
Highest Price $45.3M
Total Listings 38,448
Avg. Days On Market 143
Avg. Price/SQFT $153

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Real Estate

If you're looking for homes for sale in Sulphur, you'll be pleased with the variety of options available. From cozy bungalows to spacious ranch-style homes, you're sure to find something that suits your taste and budget. The most common home styles in Sulphur are traditional and ranch, with many homes featuring large yards and mature trees. Some popular neighborhoods to consider include Maplewood, Carlyss, and Graywood.

In addition to single-family homes, there are also plenty of properties available for those interested in multi-family units or commercial real estate. Whether you're looking to invest or settle down, Sulphur has something for everyone.

Things to Do

Sulphur offers plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, including hiking, fishing, and boating. Some of the most popular recreational facilities in the area include Frasch Park and Henning Cultural Center. If you're interested in local history and culture, be sure to check out the Brimstone Museum and the Creole Nature Trail Adventure Point.

  • Frasch Park - hiking trails, fishing pond
  • Henning Cultural Center - art exhibits, theater performances
  • Brimstone Museum - local history exhibits
  • Creole Nature Trail Adventure Point - interactive displays, wildlife exhibits

Sulphur is also home to several annual festivals and events, including the Henning Cultural Center's Fall Fest and the Cal-Cam Fair. With so much to see and do, you'll never be bored in Sulphur.

Location & Area Information

  • Geographic location - located in Calcasieu Parish, near Lake Charles
  • Landmarks - Sulphur Mines, Heritage Square
  • Climate - hot and humid summers, mild winters
  • Economy - major industries include petrochemicals and tourism
  • Transport - served by I-10 and several major highways, as well as Lake Charles Regional Airport
  • Nearby cities and destinations - Lake Charles, Cameron Parish, Sabine National Wildlife Refuge

With its convenient location, beautiful scenery, and wealth of recreational opportunities, Sulphur is a fantastic place to call home. Contact a local real estate agent today to learn more about available properties in the area.

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