Located minutes from downtown Baton Rouge in nearby Brusly, Louisiana, Stonewall Plantation marks the first chapter in what is certain to become one of the region’s most talked about communities. Conceived as a 275-acre traditional neighborhood development (TND) on the site of the historic Cinclare Sugar Mill “Additions”, Stonewall Plantation will offer residents the qualities of small town life — homes with inviting front porches, safe and friendly tree-lined streets, and a pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use town center offering a unique and inviting retail and residential environment. In addition, the development’s close proximity to quality public schools – including a neighborhood elementary school – local playgrounds and recreation areas will make Stonewall Plantation an attractive choice for young families.
While offering residents an appealing blend of relaxed lifestyle, modern amenities and an easy work commute, the TND will be designed and constructed with an emphasis on both preserving the property’s rich agricultural history and reflecting the region’s unique cultural heritage. Conceived with the help of noted town planner and architect Steve Oubre, Stonewall Plantation will maintain and preserve much of the historic flavor of its surroundings, while incorporating innovative principles of new urbanism, with an eye toward sustainability and environmental stewardship.
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