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Folsom Real Estate

The city of Folsom was founded in 1904 by George Fendlason at the Alma Post Office. Fendlason named the town after president Grover Cleveland’s wife, Frances Folsom Cleveland. Folsom was originally populated by the Homesteaders that brought farming and agriculture to the area. Currently, nurseries and horse farms are prevalent in the Folsom area.

Folsom is located a short 23 miles north of the Causeway Bridge that connects the Northshore to the heart of New Orleans. It is city neighbors with Covington, which has plenty of shopping, dining, and recreational activities. Folsom is part of St. Tammany Parish which has some of the highest rated public schools in the state of Louisiana. The city is family oriented and offers many activities for children to enjoy such as the Global Wildlife Center that hosts up close tours of wildlife.

There is a wide variety of available real estate for every price bracket imaginable. They range from cabins, plantations, and Victorian style homes. There is a place welcome for anyone that is a resident! You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity, look into Folsom, Louisiana real estate to purchase your new home today!


Here is a list of every subdivision in Folsom, LA.