Bobby Jindal Moves Out of the Governor’s Mansion
Governor Bobby Jindal and his family have moved out of the Governor's mansion in Baton Rouge.
Jindal plans to stay in Baton Rouge. Jindal's new custom-built home in Baton Rouge cost more than $800,000, according to the Baton Rouge Business Report.
Jindal, his wife, Supriya and their three children will stay in Louisiana's capital city for the foreseeable future. The governor said his children enjoy their schools.
The Jindals are moving into University Club, an upscale Baton Rouge development built on the site of an old sugar cane plantation and adjacent to a golf course affiliated with LSU athletic boosters. The development, with a monitored entrance, also features a tennis facility, two pools and a fitness center.