Three Bedroom Condo in Gated Community in Baton Rouge

Lock, leave and love it lifestyle at
The Highland Club Condos! Gated community along the Old Jefferson/Woodlawn corridor, just seconds from the Highland Road intersection for an easy commute. This three bedroom home includes 9 foot ceilings, corner fireplace, open kitchen with exceptional cabinet and counterspace, pantry and storage closet, split floorplan with two bedrooms and bath on one wing, large master bedroom with double window overlooking private patio area, Master bath has vanity with two sinks, separate shower and garden tub – plus walk-in closet. A great place to not only call home, but to entertain with the openness of the floorplan. Front of home overlooks greenspace. Gated community with double garage. Strong HOA. Perfect for the lock and leave, low maintenance lifestyle you desire! Call or text 225-335-5395 or
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17605 Jefferson Hwy. #C3
Baton Rouge, LA 70817

Super Clean 3BR Home in Gonzales, LA

home is so soothing and tasteful! Split floorplan with all wood and ceramic flooring – no carpet! Comes with some special appointments straight from IKEA that will be sure to delight you — floating entertainment center in the living room for one. A five window bay captivates you as you enter the enormous combination kitchen/dining area. You will spend so much time here! Another fabulous feature: floating built-in buffet provides architectural interest and function. The master suite is off the kitchen and is well-sized with separate closets and vanities, and garden tub. On the other side of the home are two bedrooms and a bath for the kids or guests. A fully fenced backyard that is open to the kitchen begs for outdoor entertaining and play! With 9 foot ceilings throughout, wood and ceramic flooring, and CAT-6 wiring for you techies, this is a perfect place to call home. Also on a dead-end street! Call or text 225-335-5395 or

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40444 Crossgate Place 
Gonzales, LA 70737

We can be your agent Anywhere & Everywhere!

Did you know we can serve you World-Wide?

Yes, we can help you make a move anywhere in our country and even the world!   With more than 100,000 Keller Williams agents that we are affiliated with, we can find you a superior agent to serve you in your next move.  Here is how it works:

1.   Give us a call or message about where you are moving and what your needs are. 

2.    We will then research our associates and interview 3 of them to find the best match with regards to your needs in the area you are searching.  We will   then choose an agent that will provide you the same level of service you've become accustomed to receiving from The KeyFinders Team.   

3.   After we select an agent for you, that agent will contact you to begin the process of finding your next home!

4.    During the course of your move, we will stay in touch with your agent to be certain you are receiving quality service.

5.  We will always be available for you during this process.  

 It's that simple — you can then make your move with confidence! 

Let us find the right agent for you — anywhere! 

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6121 Krista Ln

6 BR Home in Southside Gardens

3818 Blakeridge



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NOW $275,000

8988 Baker Dr.

Have you tried light blocking curtains?

Light blocking curtains, sometimes known as blackout curtains or lined blackout curtains, can be a very appealing and functional interior design touch. Once you understand the main elements involved in choosing your light blocking curtains, you’ll be able to successfully install and utilize them to maximum effectiveness.

Take Measurements

Blackout curtains, drapes or blackout window curtains come from the factory in many different sizes, shapes and styles. Since the main purpose of these curtains is to perform the function of blocking out daylight, it’s essential to take accurate measurements around all of the windows and glass doors in which you intend to hang them. You need to always measure a little wider and lower so that the drapes extend past the corners, bottoms, and sides of the glass where all possible outdoor light can come in.

Are they Dark Enough?

Blackout curtains come in several colors. But they’re all usually dark enough to serve the purpose of blocking the light out of your home, apartment or condominium. If you’re buying them because you want to be able to sleep comfortably during the day when the sun’s bright, then you should carefully choose the darkest color you can find, as this will successfully block out more sunlight than lighter versions. But if all you want to do is block out the often blinding glare of the sun that’s coming into your living room, you can go with a lighter color to match your interior decor.

Materials and Textures

Many of these lined blackout curtains are made of heavy-duty thermal material since thermal textures are more efficient at blocking out the strong, harsh rays of the sun. You have to understand that when this type of material gets dirty from dust and other airborne pollutants, you’ll have to eventually clean them. This will often mean removing them and taking them over to the dry cleaner, as household steam cleaners usually aren’t effective enough for a thorough cleaning and a full disinfecting procedure.

But the many benefits of these heavy, rugged textures also include keeping out the intense heat of the sun in summer time, saving on your air conditioning energy consumption costs, and helping prevent the sun from color fading of your carpets and furniture, especially the leather, velour and suede variety.


You can find these blackout curtains selling for a wide variety of prices depending on which brand you buy and from which online or physical retail location you choose to purchase at. Wider, longer and heavier ones will always cost more. So will ones with custom designs and weaved patterns on them. These are the upscale, high end brands. Many homeowners are content to buy the least expensive, simplest designs and just color coordinate the curtains with their carpet, hardwood floors, wall coverings, and sofas. Well priced light blocking curtains are also going to be incredibly durable. They won’t fade due to the strong sun hitting into them all day long, so they make an excellent household investment.


Because light blocking curtains can be used in so many home window applications, they have become very popular over the years since they first came out. Blackout window curtains can be used instead of ordinary blinds to block out much more sunlight. They’re certainly ten times better than even the darkest standard curtains. And these light blocking curtains can be installed over either windows that rise vertically or over ones that roll inward towards the room. They can also be used on sliding glass doors that lead to patios, porches and decks.

 by: Alfred Oliver 

Large 4 Bedroom in the Center of Baton Rouge

Looking for space in a convenient, stable South Baton Rouge location?
Here it is — large one and a half story home on a corner lot includes 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths with an abundance of storage space. The kitchen has been remodeled by Ourso Designs and features raised peninsula bar plus island – St. Cecilia granite, stone backsplash with accent tiles,and exposed beams, all opening to a breakfast area and keeping room/den. The home flows from the front door entry and living room to the kitchen, keeping room, and then to the heart of the home – an expansive family room anchored by a large masonry fireplace, wet bar, and wall of windows overlooking the landscaped backyard complete with gazebo. Room for everyone! Downstairs are two bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms and one bath, one with tray ceiling and large tiered walk-in closet. Choose the spot for your master — either up or down! On a corner lot with rich landscaping and enclosed garage. Just a short walk to the neighborhood pool that offers tennis courts, swim team, and relaxing evenings poolside with your neighbors. Westminster/Pine Park has it's own Crime Prevention District providing custom security patrols, landscaping, and neighborhood events. This home has been pre-inspected and is ready for move-in! Come home to WPP in the heart of the Jefferson corridor, just minutes from either I-10 or I-12 for your convenience. Call or text 225-335-5395 or
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8988 Baker Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70809

Top kitchen upgrades that blend beauty and value

Nowhere else in the home must design and function marry as harmoniously as in the kitchen. The most-used room in the house is also the one where we spend the most work and leisure time, the one that gets the most scrutiny from potential buyers and the spot where most renovation dollars get spent.

A minor kitchen remodel costs around $21,000 and has the potential to recoup nearly 73 percent of that expense at the time of resale, according to Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report. A major job averages around $58,000 and can recoup about 68 percent of the renovation costs.

“When you’re spending that kind of money on a remodel, you want to choose upgrades that accomplish multiple objectives, including improving efficiency, functionality and beauty,” says Ross Vandermar, national product manager with skylight manufacturer Velux . “Sometimes that type of upgrade will warrant a greater expenditure, but others are easy and relatively low-cost to make.”
So what are some of the top kitchen upgrades that provide the most beauty and functionality for your investment? Here are five:

1. Countertops
In any kitchen, the countertops are both a significant design element and a functional necessity. Countertops act as work and storage areas, provide staging and serving space, and have a major impact on the overall look of the room. Replacing lower-cost countertops such as laminate with higher-end materials like granite can enhance the usability and look of your work surface. Even if you opt to replace older laminate with the same material, your kitchen can benefit from a fresh face and improved material quality.

2. Lighting and ventilation
Illumination and fresh air in a kitchen not only allow you to appreciate the beauty of the room, they ensure a safer, more comfortable work environment. Under-cabinet task lighting, pendants over a breakfast bar and upgrading an old box-style fluorescent with a more attractive, energy-efficient style can enhance the usability and look of a kitchen. Adding Energy Star-qualified skylights can also boost the appearance, appeal and efficiency of a kitchen. If you opt for venting skylights, they can help release hot air, moisture and odors while admitting additional light. 
Accessories like decorator blinds with remote control ensure you can adjust the amount of light that enters your kitchen from a skylight while dressing up your decor. If a traditional skylight isn’t right for your needs, you can still enhance the room with natural light; tubular models like Velux’s Sun Tunnel skylights use reflective tunnels to deliver light from above and are usually less expensive.  Add an optional light kit and the units provide light at night as well as during the day.

3. Cabinets
Improving cabinets can be a costly prospect, but one worth the investment since they are not only a major design element in the kitchen, but essential to the room’s efficiency and usability. You can find a range of options for upgrading cabinets, from total replacement with custom-made cabinetry to simply resurfacing or repainting existing cabinets. 

4. Hardware and fixtures
Think of cabinet hardware and faucets as the jewelry of your kitchen. Swapping out dated or worn hardware – including knobs, handles and hinges – is a fast, easy and cost-effective way to change the look of the entire room. Plus, you can improve functionality by choosing larger handles that are easier to grasp and replacing old-style hinges with modern varieties that close silently and smoothly or are completely hidden behind the cabinet door. Replacing the kitchen faucet is also an easy, relatively low-cost upgrade. Opt for a pull-out spray head or touch-free model and you can also enhance the usability of this key kitchen feature.

5. Appliances 
Your car couldn’t function without tires and a steering wheel and no kitchen can serve its purpose without the right appliances. If your appliances are more than 10 years old, chances are they’re starting to look worn and dated. They’re also likely less energy efficient than newer models, many of which are now made to meet Energy Star standards. Appliances account for nearly 20 percent of the energy consumed by an average home, according to
Upgrading a kitchen is a great way to enhance the value and your enjoyment of the most-used room in your house. Choosing improvements that add beauty and efficiency can help ensure you get the most for your renovation dollars.

Caption 1: Tubular Sun Tunnel skylights fitted with light kits can provide light day and night and are usually less expensive than traditional skylights.
Caption 2: Energy Star-qualified venting skylights with decor enhancing blinds, are a cost effective and attractive home upgrade that provide natural light and passive ventilation.

Courtesy of BPT