A truly unique master planned community with a unique name resides on the West Bank of the Mississippi River in the New Orleans city limits – English Turn, while located in Algiers, is actually a part of New Orleans. Named for the bluff of the French against the English in an attempted land grab, English Turn signified the day the French got the English to retreat from taking their land.
Today, English Turn is a renowned Golf & Country Club, master planned, gated community. The golf course and grounds were designed by Jack Nicklaus and Bob Sierra with input from Jack Moseley, the USF&G Chairman who was the visionary behind designing and building a course for the PGA’s New Orleans tour stop. The 43,000 square foot clubhouse has hosted numerous local and national events, and the homeowner enjoy security, beauty, and an ageless pristine environment approximately 10 miles from the New Orleans Central Business District.
Kelly Waltemath actually experienced the lifestyle experience of English Turn firsthand with her father, developer David Waltemath, living in the neighborhood. The Kelly Waltemath Group continually represents homeowners in the community with selling their current homes. She also has been able to assist with helping new home buyers build a new home on some of the remaining lots left in English Turn.
English Turn was co-developed out by David Waltemath, Kelly Waltemath’s father and the Jack Nicklaus Development Co. President of Waltemath Interests, a prominent real estate development firm in New Orleans, Louisiana, David L. Waltemath has over thirty years’ experience in over a quarter of a billion dollars of residential and commercial real estate planning, development, construction and project management, as well as financial planning and asset management.
If you are interested in selling your home, buying a new home to build on a lot, or you would like more information about this classic New Orleans subdivision in Algiers, Contact The Kelly Waltemath Group Today!