From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: The Garden District is a residential neighborhood located in Baton Rouge’s Mid-City area where Park Boulevard intersects Government Street. The Garden District is an established historic area with many upscale homes and an active civic association [1]. The Garden District is actually a conglomerate of three historic districts as defined by the Louisiana National Register of Historic Places. They are Roseland Terrace, Drehr Place, and Kleinert Terrace.


Garden District News, Hosted by Margaret Bach: CJ Brown Real-Estate Agent Margaret Bach brings you an Interactive Neighborhood Website! The website address was selected to reflect the name of your neighborhood so that you could easily remember and identify with it. This site was designed specifically for you, with all of your needs and interests in mind. While this is not the official site of Garden District, it serves as a means to bring all neighbors together.


Google Map: From 2220 Olive St., Baton Rouge, LA 70806.


Recent Sale Prices of Neighborhood Homes: Do you know someone who is looking to move into the neighborhood? If so, this is the place to look! Below are homes that are currently listed for sale or have recently sold within the neighborhood by realtors participating in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). To obtain an accurate indication of the potential sale price of your home, please contact a real estate professional for a free market analysis.


Sky above the Garden District Star Map: The sky map is drawn in the form normally used by astronomers. If you’re in the Northern hemisphere, North is up and West is to the right. At first glance, East and West seem backwards, but remember that a sky map represents the dome of the heavens and that you use it (at least in your mind) by holding it over your head. If you stand facing North and hold the map over your head, then East and West on the map correspond to their terrestrial directions.


TerraServer Aerial Photography Maps: The TerraServer-USA Web site is one of the world’s largest online databases, providing free public access to a vast data store of maps and aerial photographs of the United States. TerraServer is designed to work with commonly available computer systems and Web browsers over slow speed communications links. The TerraServer name is a play on words, with ‘Terra’ referring to the ‘earth’ or ‘land’ and also to the terabytes of images stored on the site.