Attention Residential Subdivision Developers! You are not having a case of double vision! 

tomhebertN e13b2Located in South East Lake Charles, this 28.4 acre tract can be purchased solo or together with a contiguous tract of the same size.
The two tracts are separately owned, but have the same attractive asking price.  Solo or combined, these properties are an ideal setting for a residential subdivision. 
So, if your developmental plans call for over 50 acres in Southeast Lake Charles, give Mary Kay Hopkins a call for more information.
Residents of your new development will enjoy proximity to the Power Center, McNeese State University, I-210, Calcasieu Point Landing (fishing and boat launch),and the award winning Creole Nature Trail All American Road. And, easy access to several major employers and shopping as identiied on this customized Google map.
Zoned R1 by the Calcasieu Parish  Police Jury, this development site consist of approximately 28 acres and is located on Tom Hebert Road, between Todd Jude and Mickey Lane.

Several deed restricted subdivisions are nearby.

Approximate dimensions, subject to buyer's survey:
  • Frontage:      464'
  • North side: 2665'
  • East (Rear):  464'
  • South side:  2663'Directions: From East Mcneese And Gerstner Memorial, head south.  Gerstner Turns Into Tom Hebet Road. Property On the left (East side), just before Mickey Lane. 
The majority of the property is in flood zone "X" which means no flood insurance is required.  The portion to the rear is located in flood zone "AE".