Living, Demographics and Costs
The cost of living in Victoria Gardens, part of metropolitan Baton Rouge, is less than it is in Midtown. The average household spends $37.2K/year in total expenditures, compared to Midtown's $60.6K/year.
The neighborhoods of Victoria Gardens and Mid City North are similar to each other both in terms of the percentage of households that have children and the average household size. In Victoria Gardens, the percentage of households with children is 31% and the average household size is 2.39 people per household, and in Mid City North 38% of households have children and there are 2.69 people per household on average.
The household median net income in Victoria Gardens is higher than that of households in Mid City North. Its average household income is $38.9K/year. Compared to Mid City North where the average income is $32.4K, there is a significantly higher concentration of people living comfortable lifestyles in Victoria Gardens.
Amenities Around the Apartments for Rent
Chain and franchise restaurants like Subway and McDonald's are to be found in the neighborhood.
Hi Nabor Supermarket and Supermarket are just some of the grocery stores in Victoria Gardens. On top of that, a few household name grocery stores in the area include Winn-Dixie and Racetrac.
Neighborhood School Stats
Think about sending the students in your family to schools in the Louisiana Recovery School District or the East Baton Rouge Parish School District, and learn about some neighborhood options. Some of the schools near the apartments in Victoria Gardens are Jehova-Ulreh Christian Academy, Capitol Middle School and Greater Mount Olive Christian Academy (B). Remember, the most significant factor in determining what schools your children are able to attend is an apartment's address. It is a good idea to consult with area school districts for the final word on what schools your children will attend.
Among Louisiana Recovery School District middle schools, Capitol Middle School has the lowest student-teacher ratio at eight-to-1.
The East Baton Rouge Parish School District provides 51 elementary schools, 15 middle schools and 17 high schools, with a lower student-teacher ratio and smaller student population than Louisiana Recovery School District. East Baton Rouge Parish School District has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Louisiana Recovery School District.