The quiet village of Port Vincent Louisiana sits along the Amite River in Livingston Parish. Before the railroad boom, this community was home to sawmills and cotton gins. Now the waterfront land is valued by sportsmen looking for the perfect fishing and hunting camps and residents looking for a peaceful place to settle. Over 700 people have embraced Port Vincent as home. Highway 16 and Highway 42 meet in Port Vincent, providing quick access to Interstate 12 (near Denham Springs) and Interstate 10 (near Prairieville). A local grocery, home and farm store, cafe, seafood market, pizzeria, tavern and other conveniences are available in Port Vincent. The public education is provided through the high ranking Livingston Parish School District. Luxury waterfront homes, large lots with custom homes, established homes, cottages, large and small recreational camps can be found in the village of Port Vincent.
Residential parcel in quiet rural setting on paved parish road. Over 334 linear feet of road frontage. Adjacent lots may still be available if you want more property. Per...
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