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Mandeville LA

Located across Lake Portchartrain from New Orleans, Mandeville is a Louisiana city. The name of Mandeville comes from medieval Normal French words that mean “big farm”. The area in which Mandeville is located was agricultural land before it was developed by Bernard Xavier de Marigny de Mandeville beginning in 1834. After being officially incorporated as the town of Mandeville in 1840, the town became known as a summer escape for wealthy residents of New Orleans.

  • Affordability 91%
  • Waterfront Lifestyle 96%
  • Schools 89%
  • Local Economy 90%
Shelly Vallee
All Around Realty, LLC

Madisonville LA 70447

Office: (985) 206-9725
Mobile: (504) 975-6014
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Shopping and Dining

The Village Shopping Center is one of the largest shopping resources near Mandeville real estate. This shopping center includes clothing retailer outlets like Talbots and Chicos. Other retailers with outlets at this shopping center are Bella Bridesmaids, The Bra Genie, Fleurty Girl, and Learning Express Toys of Mandeville. Another Mandeville shopping center is the Northlake Shopping Center on North Causeway Boulevard, which includes The Fresh Market grocery store and an Office Depot. There is a CVS pharmacy located on U.S. 190 in Mandeville and a Walgreens on Florida Street.

For fine dining, residents of Mandeville real estate can enjoy Italian food near home at Fazzio’s Restaurant or Coscino’s Italian Grill, both of which are located on North Causeway Boulevard. For Asian cuisine, Thai Pepper on Highway 190 and Trey Yuen Cuisine of China on North Causeway Boulevard are both worth a try. Fast food destinations in Mandeville include the Wendy’s on Florida Street and the McDonald’s on LaSalle Street.

 

Parks and Recreation

Two of the most popular parks near Mandeville real estate are Fontainebleau State Park and Pelican Park. Fontainebleau State Park offers nature trails and lake views. Pelican Park is known for its beach volleyball courts, skate park, and disc golf course. Further afield, the St. Tammany Wildlife Refuge to the southeast of town is a fantastic resource for those interested in learning about Louisiana wildlife.

The Beau Chene Country Club and the Covington Country Club and Golf Course are two recreational resources located within minutes of Mandeville homes. The Pelican Athletic Club is another great resource for community residents looking to stay active.  This Mandeville club offers opportunities for participants of all ages to take part in fitness exercises, aquatics, and tennis competitions and lessons.

 

Living

As of 2013, Mandeville had a population of 12,193 people. The population of the community role by slightly more than 16 percent between 2000 and 2013. Both median home values and median household incomes are significantly higher in Mandeville than in the rest of the state of Louisiana overall. However, the cost of living in the city is near the national average. In 2014, the unemployment rate was almost one percentage point lower in Mandeville than in Louisiana overall.

 

Schools, Healthcare, and Transportation

The Saint Tammany Parish School Board is in charge of public schools in Mandeville.  This is a school district that is headquartered in the city of Covington, which is located about ten miles to the north of Mandeville. Public schools located in Mandeville include three high schools, three junior high schools, three middle schools, and five elementary schools.

In addition to these public schools, there are also several private educational institutions in Mandeville. Among these are Our Lady of the Lake School and Mary Queen of Peace.

One of the largest healthcare resources located near Mandeville real estate is the Lakeview Regional Medical Center in Covington. This medical center offers services including emergency care, outpatient care, sports medicine, some types of surgery, women’s health services, and more. For family medicine services like general checkups and physicals, community residents can head to Ochsner Family Medicine on East Causeway Avenue or St. Tammany Physicians Network on Saint Anne Drive.

There is no public transportation system in operation in the community of Mandeville. However, there is an Amtrak station about 19 miles away in Slidell. There is also a Greyhound station located 35 miles from Mandeville on Loyola Avenue in New Orleans.

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at (504) 309-4082 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.

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