Welcome to
English Turn!


Home to football players, doctors, and executives, English Turn Golf and Country Club is one of New Orleans most affluent communities. With a Jack Nicklaus designed golf course, the fairway is considered among the most challenging in the state. A swimming pool, tennis courts, a restaurant and a full-service clubhouse make it perfect for families who enjoy spending time outside in a serene and safe setting.

Fourteen individual communities make up English Turn, all of which are tucked securely behind gated, limited-access entrances. Each community varies in lot sizes and amenities, and the median house price is a bit over $350,000. All sections of English Turn offer a sense of privacy and community spirit as you drive through the quiet streets and see children playing freely among green lawns, flowering gardens, and graceful cypresses and oaks.

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Arts & Culture
English Turn's cultural life revolves around the golf club, which hosts many events and brings in many different musicians. For those who want to engage in the arts culture of Louisiana, downtown New Orleans is only a 20 minute drive away.

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While the golf club does host some events, most people make the short commute to downtown New Orleans for nights out on the town.

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The most obvious and stunning part of English Turn is its golf course, a 7,000 yard par 72 championship course that was designed by Jack Nicklaus. The course has a driving range, a chipping and putting area, and a PGA pro on staff to offer lessons.

English Turn also has a swimming pavilion which holds a Junior Olympic-sized pool, locker rooms, and a play area for kids.

There are also several community parks and 'tot lots' equipped with playground equipment and picnic areas, as well as a full-sized basketball court, a softball diamond, fitness trails and tennis courts.

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English Turn has private streets maintained by the Property Owners Association and a speed limit of 25 mph within the community. With gated entrances, it is one of the safest communities in all of Louisiana.

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While there are not any schools in this subdivision, English Turn residents send their kids to both public and private schools in New Orleans and surrounding areas. An example is Benjamin Franklin High School, a public magnet school on the East Bank that was ranked the 16th best high school in the country by US News & World Report.

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With private, tree-lined streets and a small population, English Turn is very safe to walk around. To run errands, however, it is recommended that residents have a car.

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