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Across the lake from New Orleans is the charming town of Mandeville, on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain. 45 minutes north of New Orleans, Mandeville encompasses 6.8 miles in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. Through the town runs the Tchefuncte River, where a human-operated swing bridge connects Mandeville to Madisonville. With a population just over 11,000, Mandeville offers small town appeal and community spirit, within proximity to the big city fun of New Orleans and surrounding areas. The North Shore is known for its abundant outdoor recreational activities such as boating, fishing, and other adrenaline rushing water sports, hiking and biking trails, and a whole lot of outdoor fun.
Mandeville is part of the Tammany Parish Public School System, rated consistently as one of the highest in the state. There are a total of fourteen public schools in Mandeville, of which five are elementary schools, three are junior high schools, three are middle schools, and three are high schools. Additionally, there are four private schools.
STAR Transit, St. Tammany Area Transportation provides public transportation throughout Mandeville with its goSTAT demand response transit system, open to all residents within Tammany Parish, with urban and rural divisions.
The unemployment rate in Mandeville is almost half of the national average at 3.70 percent, with positive job growth.
Mandeville, Louisiana receives, on average, 59 inches of rain per year across 105 days with measurable precipitation, but you won’t find any snowmen! Mandeville receives no snow. Average high temperatures in summer reach around 92 degrees, and winter lows are well above freezing at 41 degrees.
In 1834, Mandeville originated as a lakeside summer resort for wealthy denizens of the Crescent City. Today, areas of interest include Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville Trailhead Cultural Interpretive Center, and North Lake Nature Center. The area is also home to a plethora of shops, spas, golf, restaurants, upscale amenities, and fun things for the whole household to enjoy. The area is rich in history, culture, and art.
Contact us at 504-237-2942 today for a tour of available properties in Mandeville, Louisiana in Tammany Parish. You may find yourself right at home!