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Livingston Parish, Louisiana Listings and Facts

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13529 PETITE AMITE Drive, Maurepas, Louisiana 70449

Looking for a relaxing spot on the water? Come see this property on the canal with lots of potential. It has 3 bedrooms upstairs with balcony and deck. Downstairs you can use covered area as carport or extra entertaining. Picture the downstairs screened in area as outdoor kitchen, other side of car storage will make great workshop that has a toilet and sink unfinished.
Listing courtesy of Real Living Bobby Drude & Associates


22314 TEAL Street, Maurepas, Louisiana 70449

Waterfront property just in time for summer in Louisiana. Great Camp on quiet canal. INVESTORS SPECIAL or someone looking for a great weekend getaway! Home flooded in 2016. Has been gutted and treated. Come see what endless possibilities await you and your imagination with this blank canvas.
Listing courtesy of ACG Realty


29018 COWART Road, Holden, Louisiana 70744

On a dead end street is this country Cottage that's backing up to the woods. The house has front porch & deck off back door. There is a good sized slab on the other end of the lot that could be turned into covered storage or add a work shop. House has split floor plan with main bedroom/bath separate from 3 bedrooms on the other end of the house.
Listing courtesy of Real Living Bobby Drude & Associates
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Livingston Parish is in the midst of a growth spurt. The parish prides itself on its business-friendly and family-friendly community, with a flourishing local economy and excellent schools.


  • Total Area: 703 Sq. Miles
  • Population: 135,925
  • Median Household Income: $57,334
  • Median Age: 35.6

The area now known as Livingston Parish was one of the Florida Parishes of Louisiana because it was part of West Florida until 1810. Livingston Parish was created in 1832 from part of St. Helena Parish, and after several changes to the location of the county seat over the decades, Livingston became the official county seat in 1941. The parish is named after Edward Livingston, a prominent Louisiana statesman, jurist, and U.S. Secretary of State (1831-1833). He was influential in drafting the Louisiana Civil Code of 1825, which is unique to Louisiana and differs from the other 49 states in many instances.

In modern times, industries in the parish include wood products, metal products, and plastics.

Livingston Parish is Louisiana’s fastest-growing region. The schools are excellent, the economy is booming, and the parish is home to arts, culture, outdoor recreation, gorgeous golf courses, museums, and a rich history to explore. Anglers will find over 600 miles of waterways for fishing, and hunters have 67,712 acres available for hunters on the Maurepas Swamp Wildlife Management Area. Residents enjoy a local water park, river adventures, antique shops, and surround themselves with Creole and Cajun food and culture. There are both rural and urban areas in Livingston Parish, so there is always a place where you belong.