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Pelican Pointe

40023 Pelican Point Parkway, Gonzales, Louisiana 70737

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Elegant, All Ages Pelican Point is in Southern Louisiana and Has a 55+ Enclave, Two Golf Courses, Amenity Centers and Lovely Homes

Built by Acadian Residential Contractors, the elegant golf community known as Pelican Point is only 15 minutes from New Orleans and 35 minutes from Baton Rouge in southern Louisiana. It spills across 800 acres and is filled with nearly 1,000 single family homes, garden homes and town homes. Building started in the early-2000s and continues today.

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The Greens is Pelican Point's 55+ enclave and has 130 single family homes and attached homes. Buyers have 10 floor plans from which to choose. Floor space ranges from 1,640 square feet to almost 3,500 square feet with two to four bedrooms and two to four baths. Most designs feature a wide foyer, a gourmet kitchen, a pantry, a spacious master suite, walk-in closets, a double garage, a jetted tub, and double vanities. With R-13 wall insulation and R-30 roof insulation, energy efficient construction is the norm. Exteriors are brick and stucco with a dark, pitched roof. Many backyards have golf course views.

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Prices begin in the low to mid-$200,000s. HOA fees range from $450 to about $2,000 per year, depending on the neighborhood, and are paid quarterly. They cover the costs of common area maintenance, security, special events, clubhouse usage and more. In the Greens, the dues range from $1,500 to $1,740 per year. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they are bound to change.

The Pelican Point Golf Club has two 18-hole courses, a restaurant, pro-shop, practice facilities, tennis courts, and a pool. Other community amenities include walking trails, volleyball courts and baseball fields. The Greens also has a dedicated activity center with a ballroom, kitchen, billiards room, and crafts studio. Residents gather for potlucks, theater outings, classes, and clubs.

Because of its long-running Jambalaya Festival, Gonzales has been called the "Jambalaya Capital of the World." The town manages parks, pools, and tennis courts. Its Jambalaya Park permits fishing along Bayou Francois. The Ascension Community Theatre produces one acts, musicals, and three main-stage plays per year. The town's River Region Art Association sponsors a gallery and classes. Shoppers enjoy a Tanger Outlets.

St. Elizabeth Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission.

Summer temperatures are in the 80s and 90s, and winter temperatures are in the 40s, 50s and 60s. On average, the area receives 60 inches of rain per year.

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Visit www.livethepoint.com for more information.

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