DIberville, Mississippi

Description:

In 1699, French explorer, Pierre Moyne d'Iberville, landed in the Gulf Coast area that is now the city of D'Iberville. Fast forward to 1988, almost 300 years later, D'Iberville becomes an official city. Part of Harrison County, D'Iberville sits just North of Biloxi across the Back Bay. The city is known to feel like a "small big city". After Hurricane Katrina, D'Iberville has been and continue to be redeveloped and rebuilt. The city received town design consulting services from some of the nation's best urban designers. This effort has helped to reconstruct the city, allowed for a growth in businesses, and brought back a lot that was lost.

Despite the redevelopment, D'Iberville continues to have a unique coastal charm that separates it from the rest of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The sleepy, fishing village characteristics attract many to visitors and those looking to relocate to the area. D'Iberville is a tourist hot spot and a wonderful place to call home due to its calm, scenic beaches, good public schools, booming downtown, and ideal warm temperatures year-round.

Area Info:
D'Iberville Beaches & Outdoors

The beaches of D'Iberville have calmer waters compared to other Gulf Coast cities. This is due to a barrier reef blocking the larger waves of the Gulf of Mexico. Take a charter boat across the Back Bay to Biloxi, cast out a line, and enjoy the relaxed coastal lifestyle of D'Iberville. For additional natural exploration, hike along or kayak down the Tchoutacabouffa River. It is quite a mouthful to pronounce, but a beautiful spot to take in Mississippi stunning outdoor landscape.

D'Iberville Attractions

Since its redevelopment, D'Iberville has brought a lot of business to the area. For all shopping needs, visit the Promenade. This shopping area has big name stores and restaurants. Like Biloxi, D'Iberville is home to a resort casino. The Scarlet Pearl Resort Casino has a number of attractions from traditional casino games and entertainment venues to a variety of restaurants and a golf course, including mini-golf.

D'Iberville Food & Drink

Breakfast to Dinner, and even to late night bites and drinks, D'Iberville has a selection of eateries to satisfy all cravings. To seafood, a staple of the Gulf Coast diet, to good all-American comfort foods - there is something for everyone. Belgicans Fries is the sport where fries are the main course. Enjoy a combination of delicious toppings on freshly cut potato french fries. The Waterfront Buffest at the Scarlet Pearl Casino Resort is the ideal spot for generous servings of fresh seafood. Under the Oak, also located at the Scarlet Pearl, is an American restaurant. Set indoor, enjoy your meal under a hundred-year-old preserved oak tree.

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D'Iberville Property Types

Property Type:
Single Family
Inventory:
2158
Avg Price:
$266,048
Avg Days On Market:
123
Property Type:
Condominium
Inventory:
144
Avg Price:
$222,006
Avg Days On Market:
221
Property Type:
Multi-Family
Inventory:
49
Avg Price:
$297,499
Avg Days On Market:
140
Property Type:
Commercial
Inventory:
597
Avg Price:
$423,293
Avg Days On Market:
388
Property Type:
Land
Inventory:
4134
Avg Price:
$184,389
Avg Days On Market:
442

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