It's insane how many pages I follow on Facebook that focus on houses. No, I am not in the business of flipping houses or anything, I just enjoy scrolling aimlessly through Facebook stumbling upon cool unique houses. Maybe it's because my partner is a Realtor and spends countless hours looking at houses or maybe it's because I am very nosey and love seeing what the inside of people's homes look like. Point is, I have started following the coolest Facebook pages seeing homes all over America.

From Tuscan-styled homes in California to the colonial homes in North Carolina, there's always a unique home to tour online through a Facebook group called "For the Love of Old Houses". I have scoured the page and haven't seen much come up when it comes to Louisiana. So imagine my surprise when I saw that Shreveport made the list yet again.

I'm thrilled that a national page like "For the Love of Old Houses" sees the beauty in Shreveport that many of us see daily. I feel like many of us who call the Shreveport-Bossier area home get so focused on the crime rates and how "it's just not a good place to live".

I wish many of us chose to see Shreveport and Bossier the way that so many across the nation do, with love and appreciation for the beautiful homes that we have. Seriously, we have some gorgeous houses here. Check out the house that was recently featured below.

If you want to see the listing for yourself via Realtor just click here.

 

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