$139,900 : 75 Coronado Avenue, Kenner4 beds, 2 full baths
$169,000 : 52 Furman Circle, Kenner3 beds, 2 full baths
$148,900 : 4208 E Loyola Drive, Kenner3 beds, 2 full baths
$839,000 : 45 Palmetto Street, Kenner5 beds, 3 full baths
$275,000 : 636 Joe Yenni Boulevard, Kenner3 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths
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Kenner, Jefferson Parish
Kenner is located in Jefferson Parish, which was established in 1825 and was named after Thomas Jefferson in commemoration of his role in purchasing the Louisiana territory from France in 1803. Named for early plantation owner Duncan Kenner, the city of Kenner has many notable areas including Rivertown, Pontchartrain Center and the Treasure Chest Casino. Kenner is also home to the Louis Armstrong International Airport.Kenner is now the seventh largest city in Louisiana. For families looking to relocate, Kenner offers a wide range of schooling options and for everyone, a variety of housing options. Located 10 miles north of New Orleans, Kenner is nestled between the Mississippi River and Lake Pontchartrain. According to many locals, Kenner has all the charm of a small town but with the convenience of the big city. As stated on the Kenner City website, “If you are looking for a place to call home or just to kick back for a while, come on over and see what we have to offer.”
Housing options are many in Kenner as the area offers large, more upscale homes as well as smaller homes. Condominiums and townhomes are also popular and can be found throughout Metairie. There are also a number of upscale subdivisions, including the gated community of Gabriel, a planned community along the shores of Lake Pontchartrain, and Chateau Estates, which includes the desirable Chateau Golf & Country Club. Other notable neighborhoods that offer spacious homes are: Chateau Lakefront, Driftwood, Grandlake Garden Homes, Highway Park, Lake Trail, Louisiana Trace, Oakland Plantation, Place Pontchartrain, Seton Park, South Lake Village, and Woodlake Estates.
Dining and Family Fun In Kenner
Like its neighbor Metairie, you don’t have to look far if you are searching for a place to eat; you can find everything from the popular chain restaurants to the mom-and-pop eateries. A few of the more popular establishments are Brick Oven Café, Copelands, Ground Pati Restaurant, Le Parvenu Restaurant and Olive Garden.
As mentioned in an earlier in the Metairie section, a popular destination in Jefferson Parish that boarders Metairie and Kenner is Lafreniere Park. The park offers plenty of green space for a wide variety of activities including baseball, disc golf and walking or biking, among many things. The park is also home to year-round special events such as Pet Fest, Park-A-Boo and fundraising walk-a-thons among other things.
Kenner has numerous neighborhood associations including Chateau Estates Civic Association, Driftwood Park Civic Association, Lake Vista of Jefferson Civic Association, South Lake Village and Woodlake Estates Civic Association.