Garden District


Waterfront Living in Indian Lakes Subdivision

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Located in West Monroe, Indian Lakes sits about 10 minutes north of Interstate 20 and contains more than 550 homes, many of which face one of four lakes and are maintained by the homeowners’ association. Most of the houses were built in the 1990s and offer family amenities such as great rooms, eat-in kitchens, spacious bathrooms, generous storage and home offices. The 2014 list price for homes in Indian Lakes averaged between $480,000 and $770,000. Median size was 3,627 square feet.

  • Parks/Outdoor

    Large lots in the northern part of the neighborhood border the D’Arbonne National Wildlife Refuge, which offers fishing, walking paths and an observation tower overlooking a waterfowl sanctuary. The Biedenharn Sports Complex hosts diverse sporting events for young people and is less than 10 minutes from Indian Lakes, as is 150-acre Kiroli Park, which features children’s playgrounds, a dog park, tennis courts, picnic areas, fishing ponds and walking trails.

  • Shopping

    Residents also have access to grocery stores, local and national restaurants, service providers and retailers along Cypress Street, about seven minutes south of Indian Lakes. Downtown West Monroe has shop-lined streets 15 minutes from the subdivision, and Pecanland Mall, equally close, offers national retail stores, boutiques and a 10-screen cinema.


Residents of Indian Lakes often send their children to these private schools: