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Mandeville: Where Urban Bustle Meets Natural Beauty

Located on the north shores of Lake Pontchartrain, the quiet, scenic community of Mandeville, LA lies peacefully at the intersection of urban and rural. As the oldest locality in St. Tammany Parish—the fastest-growing parish in Louisiana—it’s filled with rich history, from beautiful lakeside estates to quaint boutiques and diners. It’s known for its lush tree-lined streets, bird sanctuary environment, and affordable yet luxurious homes, and was named one of Relocate America’s Top 100 Places.

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Why Do Residents Choose Mandeville?

Quiet, Scenic Living

For those who want to be close to the action on of New Orleans and its busier suburbs, yet quietly removed into quiet, tree-lined streets and lush parks, there is Mandeville. Here, you can enjoy big-city convenience without the noise, crowding, or fast-paced lifestyle.

Parks & Trails

As a scenic, natural community, Mandeville is home to some of the most beautiful parks in the New Orleans metro area. Once such destination is Mandeville Trailhead, featuring an amphitheatre, a farmers market, and a depot museum. Nearby is the Fontainebleu State Park, home to cabins, campsites, and the 31-mile Tammany Trace Trail. And don’t forget about Lake Pontchartrain, the capital of boating, swimming, sailing, and watersports in New Orleans!

A Quiet, Connected Community

Small-town life doesn’t have to be boring, and Mandeville proves it with a variety of community events throughout the year, such as Saturday Community Markets, live performances at the Dew Drop Jazz Hall, the Mandeville Live! Friday concerts, and even Historic Preservation Week.

Plenty of Amenities

It might be a small city packed full of lush lawns and overarching trees, but there are still plenty of shops, stores, and amenities to be found. Many shops, boutiques, and restaurants can be found along Girod Street and US-190, and many department and grocery stores can be found along N Causeway Blvd.

Mandeville Attractions

What's Nearby?

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Quick Facts

Population (2014): 12,236
Population Growth Since 2000: +16.7%
Zip Code: 70448
Parish: St. Tammany
Mean Home Price (2013): $223,224

Travel Times

Metairie: 30 min
New Orleans: 40 min
New Orleans Int’l Airport: 40 min
Baton Rouge: 1 hr
Highways: I-12, US-190, Lake Pontchartrain Causeway

Top Attractions

Lakeshore Drive Historic Homes
Mandeville Historic District
Fontainebleau State Park
Mandeville Trailhead Cultural Interpretive Center
Dew Drop Social and Benevolent Hall Live Performances

Mandeville Real Estate

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