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310 Belview Rd
310 Belview Road
Leesville, LA
3 Bedrooms
$775
1200 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Across from Leesville Sr, Jr, Elem Schools - Very well kept 3 Bedroom 2 Bath directly across the street from Leesville Elementary, Junior and Senior High School. On a corner lot with a fenced back yard and single car carport.
1 Unit Available
2109 Kings Rd
2109 Kings Rd
Leesville, LA
3 Bedrooms
$775
1450 sqft
Last updated December 18 at 10:32 AM
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home in the Lee Hills Area - 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home with a Large Den with a Fenced Back Yard in the Lee Hills Area. New paint on the Walls and Tile floor in the Utility Room.
Results within 1 mile of Leesville
1 Unit Available
2500 McRae Road - B
2500 McRae St
New Llano, LA
Studio
$2,200
2200 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 03:45 AM
Great location for your business! 2200 Sq Feet previously used as a mattress store situated next to Walmart and a successful nail salon! Great Traffic-restaurants and shopping surround this growing area! Call today to see!
Results within 5 miles of Leesville
1 Unit Available
12395 Lake Charles Highway - 1
12395 Lake Charles Hwy
New Llano, LA
Studio
$600
700 sqft
Last updated October 22 at 03:45 AM
Opportune location on busy Hwy 171 in shopping center. Excellent visibility in full strip mall.
1 Unit Available
213 West Hawthorne Rd
213 West Hawthorne Road
Vernon County, LA
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1620 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 09:39 AM
213 West Hawthorne - Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home located just west of Leesville close to Vernon lake. (RLNE2083948)
Results within 10 miles of Leesville
1 Unit Available
118 Virginia
118 Virginia Street
Vernon County, LA
4 Bedrooms
$650
1290 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
4 Bedroom 2 Bath on Vernon lake - 4 Bedroom 2 Bath just 7 minutes from town on a channel of Vernon Lake. Laminate Flooring throughout, Cathedral Ceiling in the Livingroom with a Ceiling Fan.
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City Guide

Leesville
Held in the historic downtown area of Leesville, Mayfest happens every -- surprise -- May, and offers two full days of arts and crafts and food produced by vendors all over the state of Louisiana. Don't miss the Armadillo Stampede.
Held in the historic downtown area of Leesville, Mayfest happens every -- surprise -- May, and offers two full days of arts and crafts and food produced by vendors all over the state of Louisiana. Don't miss the Armadillo Stampede.

Leesville, LA has a population of 6,623 residents as of the 2010 census. 90 minutes from Shreveport, this town is also the parish seat of Vernon, LA, which contains the Fort Polk U.S. Army installation. If you included adjoining Fort Polk's population with Leesville, you'd end up with over 20,000 inhabitants, so this little town is bigger than it seems.

Moving to Leesville

There are three main neighborhoods in town if you're looking for an apartment to rent in Leesville. Vacancies are usually available, but with the proximity to the Army base, they come and go quickly. Some all-bills-paid apartments are available here, too.

When to Look

Look any time of year, but be prepared for competition in the rental market, particularly in the heart of Leesville and near Fort Polk. You should give yourself about a month to search out the possibilities and drive through the area to find the best fit for you. Read the Leesville Daily Reader for rental listings, and check online listings, too.

What to Bring

Your respect for the U.S. Army might be appropriate! But besides that, bring the usual landlord requirements, such as identification, W2s, and work and rental history.

Moving to Leesville
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There are three main neighborhoods in town if you're looking for an apartment to rent in Leesville. Vacancies are usually available, but with the proximity to the Army base, they come and go quickly. Some all-bills-paid apartments are available here, too.

When to Look

Look any time of year, but be prepared for competition in the rental market, particularly in the heart of Leesville and near Fort Polk. You should give yourself about a month to search out the possibilities and drive through the area to find the best fit for you. Read the Leesville Daily Reader for rental listings, and check online listings, too.

What to Bring

Your respect for the U.S. Army might be appropriate! But besides that, bring the usual landlord requirements, such as identification, W2s, and work and rental history.

Neighborhoods in Leesville

Leesville is warm and humid in the summer months, but the bonus is winter -- which is mild. You can leave your mittens behind when you move to this part of Louisiana.

Evans / Burr Ferry: Clear Creek Wildlife Management Area takes up a good bit of space in this fairly remote community. If you want access to untouched wilderness areas and plenty of room between houses, check out the small- to medium-size single-family homes and mobile homes located here. While many residences are occupied by owners, you can find rentals if you look carefully.

Billy Goat Hill: Rural in feel, pretty Anacoco Lake is a part of this neighborhood. No goats are roaming the tree-lined streets occupied by both renters and owners. You'll find a house to rent or a one-bedroom apartment for rent here, in buildings constructed between 1940 and 1999 primarily. This community adjoins Fort Polk, so expect to see many people in uniform around this area. No saluting necessary, civilians.

Leesville City Center: Suburban in feel, Shreveport Highway cuts through the town center, where a variety of real estate built between 1940 and 1999 is available. Occupied by both owners and renters, you'll find single-family homes and apartment complexes here, like Sunshine Center and Oak Ridge.

Neighborhoods in Leesville
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Leesville is warm and humid in the summer months, but the bonus is winter -- which is mild. You can leave your mittens behind when you move to this part of Louisiana.

Evans / Burr Ferry: Clear Creek Wildlife Management Area takes up a good bit of space in this fairly remote community. If you want access to untouched wilderness areas and plenty of room between houses, check out the small- to medium-size single-family homes and mobile homes located here. While many residences are occupied by owners, you can find rentals if you look carefully.

Billy Goat Hill: Rural in feel, pretty Anacoco Lake is a part of this neighborhood. No goats are roaming the tree-lined streets occupied by both renters and owners. You'll find a house to rent or a one-bedroom apartment for rent here, in buildings constructed between 1940 and 1999 primarily. This community adjoins Fort Polk, so expect to see many people in uniform around this area. No saluting necessary, civilians.

Leesville City Center: Suburban in feel, Shreveport Highway cuts through the town center, where a variety of real estate built between 1940 and 1999 is available. Occupied by both owners and renters, you'll find single-family homes and apartment complexes here, like Sunshine Center and Oak Ridge.

Living in Leesville

Leesville is a homey community with a strong community spirit. Many military households and retired veterans live here, and much of the town's retail economy is tied to the large Fort Polk and the Joint Readiness Center located in Vernon Parish.

The Museum of Western Louisiana is located in the historic downtown of Leesville, housed in the Leesville KCS Depot building, one of many in town on the National Register of Historic Places. The downtown area is full of local delights, boutique shops and businesses that are locally owned, as well as art works created by area artists. There are monthly art walks in the downtown area, highlighting the artistic offerings at places such as the Gallery One Eleven.

You'll also find a six-screen movie theater, and the dulcet sounds of the Vernon Parish Community Orchestra to please your eyes and ears.

But it's not all about art and history. There are plenty of outdoor activities involving boating, hiking, kayaking and fishing. Check out the kayak opportunities on Alligator Lake, or take in the flora and fauna of the Hodges Gardens. Or, bring that rod and reel and join the Toledo Bend fishing tournaments, held yearly.

Plenty of Parks and Recreation

From boat launches to guided canoe tours, and two pristine golf courses, you'll have green space and nature at your fingertips with parks like Gilbert Park and Magnolia, or large Cedar Park. Dirt track racing, a bowling alley, a skating rink and even a covered pro rodeo arena are all part of the action here. There are community pools and children's playgrounds, too.

Living in Leesville
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Leesville is a homey community with a strong community spirit. Many military households and retired veterans live here, and much of the town's retail economy is tied to the large Fort Polk and the Joint Readiness Center located in Vernon Parish.

The Museum of Western Louisiana is located in the historic downtown of Leesville, housed in the Leesville KCS Depot building, one of many in town on the National Register of Historic Places. The downtown area is full of local delights, boutique shops and businesses that are locally owned, as well as art works created by area artists. There are monthly art walks in the downtown area, highlighting the artistic offerings at places such as the Gallery One Eleven.

You'll also find a six-screen movie theater, and the dulcet sounds of the Vernon Parish Community Orchestra to please your eyes and ears.

But it's not all about art and history. There are plenty of outdoor activities involving boating, hiking, kayaking and fishing. Check out the kayak opportunities on Alligator Lake, or take in the flora and fauna of the Hodges Gardens. Or, bring that rod and reel and join the Toledo Bend fishing tournaments, held yearly.

Plenty of Parks and Recreation

From boat launches to guided canoe tours, and two pristine golf courses, you'll have green space and nature at your fingertips with parks like Gilbert Park and Magnolia, or large Cedar Park. Dirt track racing, a bowling alley, a skating rink and even a covered pro rodeo arena are all part of the action here. There are community pools and children's playgrounds, too.

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City Guide

Leesville
Held in the historic downtown area of Leesville, Mayfest happens every -- surprise -- May, and offers two full days of arts and crafts and food produced by vendors all over the state of Louisiana. Don't miss the Armadillo Stampede.
Held in the historic downtown area of Leesville, Mayfest happens every -- surprise -- May, and offers two full days of arts and crafts and food produced by vendors all over the state of Louisiana. Don't miss the Armadillo Stampede.

Leesville, LA has a population of 6,623 residents as of the 2010 census. 90 minutes from Shreveport, this town is also the parish seat of Vernon, LA, which contains the Fort Polk U.S. Army installation. If you included adjoining Fort Polk's population with Leesville, you'd end up with over 20,000 inhabitants, so this little town is bigger than it seems.

Moving to Leesville

There are three main neighborhoods in town if you're looking for an apartment to rent in Leesville. Vacancies are usually available, but with the proximity to the Army base, they come and go quickly. Some all-bills-paid apartments are available here, too.

When to Look

Look any time of year, but be prepared for competition in the rental market, particularly in the heart of Leesville and near Fort Polk. You should give yourself about a month to search out the possibilities and drive through the area to find the best fit for you. Read the Leesville Daily Reader for rental listings, and check online listings, too.

What to Bring

Your respect for the U.S. Army might be appropriate! But besides that, bring the usual landlord requirements, such as identification, W2s, and work and rental history.

Moving to Leesville
+

There are three main neighborhoods in town if you're looking for an apartment to rent in Leesville. Vacancies are usually available, but with the proximity to the Army base, they come and go quickly. Some all-bills-paid apartments are available here, too.

When to Look

Look any time of year, but be prepared for competition in the rental market, particularly in the heart of Leesville and near Fort Polk. You should give yourself about a month to search out the possibilities and drive through the area to find the best fit for you. Read the Leesville Daily Reader for rental listings, and check online listings, too.

What to Bring

Your respect for the U.S. Army might be appropriate! But besides that, bring the usual landlord requirements, such as identification, W2s, and work and rental history.

Neighborhoods in Leesville

Leesville is warm and humid in the summer months, but the bonus is winter -- which is mild. You can leave your mittens behind when you move to this part of Louisiana.

Evans / Burr Ferry: Clear Creek Wildlife Management Area takes up a good bit of space in this fairly remote community. If you want access to untouched wilderness areas and plenty of room between houses, check out the small- to medium-size single-family homes and mobile homes located here. While many residences are occupied by owners, you can find rentals if you look carefully.

Billy Goat Hill: Rural in feel, pretty Anacoco Lake is a part of this neighborhood. No goats are roaming the tree-lined streets occupied by both renters and owners. You'll find a house to rent or a one-bedroom apartment for rent here, in buildings constructed between 1940 and 1999 primarily. This community adjoins Fort Polk, so expect to see many people in uniform around this area. No saluting necessary, civilians.

Leesville City Center: Suburban in feel, Shreveport Highway cuts through the town center, where a variety of real estate built between 1940 and 1999 is available. Occupied by both owners and renters, you'll find single-family homes and apartment complexes here, like Sunshine Center and Oak Ridge.

Neighborhoods in Leesville
+

Leesville is warm and humid in the summer months, but the bonus is winter -- which is mild. You can leave your mittens behind when you move to this part of Louisiana.

Evans / Burr Ferry: Clear Creek Wildlife Management Area takes up a good bit of space in this fairly remote community. If you want access to untouched wilderness areas and plenty of room between houses, check out the small- to medium-size single-family homes and mobile homes located here. While many residences are occupied by owners, you can find rentals if you look carefully.

Billy Goat Hill: Rural in feel, pretty Anacoco Lake is a part of this neighborhood. No goats are roaming the tree-lined streets occupied by both renters and owners. You'll find a house to rent or a one-bedroom apartment for rent here, in buildings constructed between 1940 and 1999 primarily. This community adjoins Fort Polk, so expect to see many people in uniform around this area. No saluting necessary, civilians.

Leesville City Center: Suburban in feel, Shreveport Highway cuts through the town center, where a variety of real estate built between 1940 and 1999 is available. Occupied by both owners and renters, you'll find single-family homes and apartment complexes here, like Sunshine Center and Oak Ridge.

Living in Leesville

Leesville is a homey community with a strong community spirit. Many military households and retired veterans live here, and much of the town's retail economy is tied to the large Fort Polk and the Joint Readiness Center located in Vernon Parish.

The Museum of Western Louisiana is located in the historic downtown of Leesville, housed in the Leesville KCS Depot building, one of many in town on the National Register of Historic Places. The downtown area is full of local delights, boutique shops and businesses that are locally owned, as well as art works created by area artists. There are monthly art walks in the downtown area, highlighting the artistic offerings at places such as the Gallery One Eleven.

You'll also find a six-screen movie theater, and the dulcet sounds of the Vernon Parish Community Orchestra to please your eyes and ears.

But it's not all about art and history. There are plenty of outdoor activities involving boating, hiking, kayaking and fishing. Check out the kayak opportunities on Alligator Lake, or take in the flora and fauna of the Hodges Gardens. Or, bring that rod and reel and join the Toledo Bend fishing tournaments, held yearly.

Plenty of Parks and Recreation

From boat launches to guided canoe tours, and two pristine golf courses, you'll have green space and nature at your fingertips with parks like Gilbert Park and Magnolia, or large Cedar Park. Dirt track racing, a bowling alley, a skating rink and even a covered pro rodeo arena are all part of the action here. There are community pools and children's playgrounds, too.

Living in Leesville
+

Leesville is a homey community with a strong community spirit. Many military households and retired veterans live here, and much of the town's retail economy is tied to the large Fort Polk and the Joint Readiness Center located in Vernon Parish.

The Museum of Western Louisiana is located in the historic downtown of Leesville, housed in the Leesville KCS Depot building, one of many in town on the National Register of Historic Places. The downtown area is full of local delights, boutique shops and businesses that are locally owned, as well as art works created by area artists. There are monthly art walks in the downtown area, highlighting the artistic offerings at places such as the Gallery One Eleven.

You'll also find a six-screen movie theater, and the dulcet sounds of the Vernon Parish Community Orchestra to please your eyes and ears.

But it's not all about art and history. There are plenty of outdoor activities involving boating, hiking, kayaking and fishing. Check out the kayak opportunities on Alligator Lake, or take in the flora and fauna of the Hodges Gardens. Or, bring that rod and reel and join the Toledo Bend fishing tournaments, held yearly.

Plenty of Parks and Recreation

From boat launches to guided canoe tours, and two pristine golf courses, you'll have green space and nature at your fingertips with parks like Gilbert Park and Magnolia, or large Cedar Park. Dirt track racing, a bowling alley, a skating rink and even a covered pro rodeo arena are all part of the action here. There are community pools and children's playgrounds, too.