11090 Ashland Way – Shreveport, La

A Private Sanctuary-Like no other home in Shreveport/Bossier!

 It’s located a stone’s throw from the S.T. Clubhouse (Amenities of Dining/Exercise/Tennis/Swimming/Social Opportunities of All Kinds!). It’s nestled b/w 2 of the most outstanding golf course & lake view holes #1, #9, & #18. It doesn’t stop there! Modeled after South Louisiana’s A.Hayes Town architecture, this home’s densely wooded backyard offers balcony views from just about every room in the house! Made for a large family to live and love!
  • Price $775,000
  • Beds 5
  • Baths 5
  • Square feet 5033
  • Year built 1996
  • Paige Hoffpauir
    Paige Hoffpauir Licensed Broker LA & TX
    Paige’s extensive real estate sales experience can be attributed to over thirteen years in the profession. As the daughter of a golf course developer, Paige’s exposure to upscale golf communities early on coupled with a strong work ethic and can do spirit earned her the position of Director of Sales at LSU’s University Club Plantation at the young age of 23. There she enjoyed great friendships and super sales success. Austin, TX was next on her life’s journey where she fine tuned her sales skills and obtained her Broker’s License in both Louisiana and Texas. In 2006, Paige partnered with her father in Ramsey-Hoffpauir Associates, as Southern Trace’s On-Site Real Estate Specialists. She developed a philanthropic company vision to give back to the communities they serve by promoting Community Renewal activities, such as block parties and directories, to connect neighbors on a block-by-block basis. Paige has been blessed with a loving husband, charming son, precious little girl and a real passion for what she does. More than anything else, Paige enjoys worshiping and praising God Almighty.

    11016 Norris Ferry Rd
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    Licensed by Louisiana Real Estate Commission
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11090 Ashland Way – Shreveport, La

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