Cultural District
The Scotlandville neighborhood in Baton Rouge is a historic and predominantly residential area located in the northern part of the city. While some areas have sidewalks and pedestrian-friendly streets, it is generally a suburban area where a car may be necessary for most daily errands and for travelling longer distances. Scotlandville is primarily a suburban neighborhood with a mix of single-family homes and some apartment complexes. It features a more relaxed and suburban atmosphere compared to the urban core of Baton Rouge. The neighborhood is known for its spacious lots and a sense of community in a family-friendly atmosphere. The neighborhood benefits from good transportation connections, with major roads such as Scotland Avenue and Harding Boulevard running through or near the area.

Scotlandville offers a more relaxed nightlife and entertainment scene compared to the urban core of Baton Rouge. The neighborhood has a few local bars and restaurants where residents can socialize and enjoy a meal. For more diverse entertainment options, residents often travel to other parts of the city. Housing options in Scotlandville consist mainly of single-family homes, ranging from modest to larger and more upscale properties. The neighborhood has a mix of older, historic homes and newer developments. The housing market offers a variety of options to cater to different preferences and budgets. While it may not have bustling nightlife or extensive entertainment options within the neighborhood, it provides a peaceful and close-knit community for residents.
What Scotlandville Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Scotlandville
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom

Getting to Know

Neighborhood Boundaries

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