4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2 story, 2 car attached garage. Bonus/flex room upstairs. 3126 sq. ft. Master bedroom down. 10' ceilings downstairs, and 9' ceilings upstairs. Huge storage--four walk-in floored attic spaces. New roof 11/2021. Immaculate move-in condition. Private backyard with patio, hot tub, utility 'Tuff Shed' and landscaping. Three bearing citrus trees. Low energy bills, electricity averaged $85 / month over last 24 months. Emergency generator. The home fronts onto the Mississippi River levee. The levee is a linear recreational green space maintained by the levee district. The levee and River give the home privacy. Enjoy the view of people recreating on the levee--walking, jogging, biking upright or recumbent, skating, hoverboards, exercising dogs, riding horses, throwing balls or frisbees, or picking blackberrys in the spring. Along the levee path, it is only 6 miles to Audubon Park. Birds also enjoy the River and it is a major migration flyway. Rabbits can be found on the batture. The Mississippi River is magical. The second largest river in North America carries sediment from 32 states from which it drains. For a quick vacation, walk the winding trails through the batture to the River's edge and you are seeing parts of 32 states! The River address for this home is Mile 107.5 above Head of Passes, right descending bank. Hear and learn the meanings of ship horn blasts. The River across from the home reaches a depth of 140'-equivalent to a 10-story building. The huge body of water moderates the micro climate--less hot in summer, less cold in winter. The land adjacent to the River and the levee is some of the highest elevation in the New Orleans area. The elevation of this lot is about +12 feet above mean sea levee. No flooding.
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