River Ridge Real Estate

River Ridge homes offer intense architectural features in this small community which stretches but a short distance up the river. Homes first began to be developed in River Ridge in the 1950’s and there is much variety in the types of homes that residents dwell in here. There are spacious plantation-style mansions as well as Acadian cottages and more modern single family homes, duplexes and apartments. The homes contain such features as arches and columns, which combined with the oak and magnolia trees creates a truly Southern ambiance.

Living in River Ridge

As with other communities in Jefferson Parish, there are abundant schools, both public and private, for elementary and secondary education. Greater New Orleans is known for its extensive selection of private schools which offer quality education to complement the public school system. River Ridge also offers convenient commuter access to the universities in New Orleans. Along Jefferson Highway River Ridge has its own shops, groceries, and restaurants, and locals know where to go for a good po-boy or crawfish boil. The neighborhood is also quite close to the shopping, dining, and recreational areas of both Metairie and Kenner. Its location on River Road provides scenic access to communities closer to New Orleans, such as Carollton and Garden District. Living in River Ridge, one may partake of Colonial Country Club in Harahan, which offers premium golfing and tennis, and a delicate southern atmosphere for weddings and social events. This is a community who values the simplicity of good living and a family-oriented way of life.

If you are interested in River Ridge real estate or homes for sale, please contact Jason Lapene.

“Seriously the most knowledgeable and experienced real estate agent I’ve ever met. I fully trust him. He’s highly organized and very sharp with the contracts. If you’re going to sell a house or buy one, you have to get him. Once you work with Jason, you’ll never even think about working with any other realtor, ever.” – Temple Callahan