Up until the mid 2010s, Haughton was known as a small-town sprawl of neighborhood developments interconnected by state highways and parish roads. Nowadays, Haughton is on the move with a sharp incline in price-per-square-foot and a decline in days-on-market. Many families are moving to Haughton because of the public school district and ability to live on larger lots with larger houses for lower prices than in Bossier City. Others are moving to Haughton because of industry and proximity to their work.
Haughton is popular among families who want to buy a large plot of land and build on it. In addition, the neighborhood of Forest Hills is known to be family-friendly and secure, with hills on which many residents walk and jog in the mornings and evenings. The newer developments that are going into Haughton have perpetuated this growth of a city whose history is rich, and whose best days are still ahead.
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