This couple is looking for a house on the water. While this one doesn't have a great view, it does have many amenities!
A Neighborhood With Water Canals Instead of Streets
Ross and Sarah want a bayou home where they can walk out their front door and onto their fishing boat. The Island Camp is a getaway property on an island with no roads in or out. Homeowners must navigate the island on golf carts.
This property has the water access they were hoping for, and the house is huge! There are six bedrooms and bathrooms, but only an acre of land, which isn?t enough for ATVing.
The family runs a swine farm, so having property with a lot of land is very important.
This couple loves the outdoors and is looking for a house that can keep them busy with activities!
These Bayou Millionaire's want a house that matches their personalitites.
This home is 10 feet off the ground, so it will never flood. But are the rest of the amenities worth it?
Elevated Mobile Home
Living in a floating barn on the bayou has its ups and downs.
Floating Barn House
The "Historic Mansion" is a grand old house with seven bedrooms and a backyard that looks like a resort. It may be too fancy for a country boy like Floyd, but being right on the bayou takes him back to his roots.
Historic Bayou Mansion
Imagine being able to fish out of your back yard and having a basement full of commercial grade cooking equipment!
Backyard Fishing Home
Trey and Jacob are two best friends who want to buy a backwoods getaway home for themselves and their families. The Wooden House is a getaway property with a plantation of pine trees right next to the house that attracts wild deer.
This Is What $400,000 Buys You In the Bayou
Marty and Shelly grew up in the backwoods of the Mississippi bayou. The Deck House sits right on a lake and comes with unbeatable views and a huge fishing pier that wraps around the water's edge.
This Homebuyer Is Sold After Learning He Can Hunt Squirrel From This Bayou Home's Deck
This house is right on marsh land and is elevated with premium concrete pilings, a valued part of any Louisiana home. But is the house big enough for the homebuyers?
The Yellow House
This house on the Bayou has seen a lot of storm damage. Is it too far gone?
Broken Door House
The water front on this property is not exactly how it was originally planned, thanks to Hurricane Katrina. With bay access and and a fish cleaning station, this might be right up our homebuyer's alley.
The Pier House
The Cabin Home is right on the water, but only three feet above sea level. Being this close to sea level, makes flooding very likely.
The Cabin Home