The Natchitoches Historic District Business Association is comprised of downtown business owners who organize several events in the historic district including the annual Classic Car Show. The organization also hosts several campaigns throughout the year, encouraging the community to shop locally. The organization meets the second Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. For more information about the Historic District Business Association, please visit www.natchitocheshdba.com.
Early view of Kaffe-Frederick General Mercantile Store. Established in 1863 by Jewish Prussian immigrants Adolph and Harris Kaffie, the business started out as a door-to-door sales endeavor that eventually lead in the construction of a store building on Front Street, where is still stands today.
View today of Kaffie-Frederick General Mercantile Store.
The homes within the Natchitoches National Historic Landmark District range from French Creole cottages to the early American Ranch, with the bulk of available homes dating from the Victorian to the Eclectic periods. Stick, Queen Anne, Folk Victorians, Tudor, Craftsman and Bungalow influenced homes are found nestled under stately live oaks while earlier Creole ironwork graces the balconies of ancient French landmarks. Whether you are looking for a restoration project or a newly renovated townhome, Natchitoches has a multitude of home choices appealing to all walks of life. The average sales price for a home in the historic district is approximately $120 per square feet heated with prices ranging from $140,000 to $600,000.
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The Natchitoches Historic District Homeowners Associations promotes welfare and life quality issues for residents within the historic district. NHDHA supports resident driven issues in all levels of local government. For more information about the Homeowners Association, please email