Mandeville Homes for Sale
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he area within Saint Tammany Parish, now called Mandeville was laid out in 1834 by a real estate developer by the name of Bernard Xavier de Marigny de Mandeville. In 1840 Mandeville became a town. Mandeville soon became a summer destination for many New Orleanians wanting to get away. Today, Mandeville proudly displays some of the most sought after homes for sale in Greater New Orleans.
In the mid 1900s, because of the influx of people, steamboats started transporting people from New Orleans and Mandeville. This helped sprur Mandeville as a popular vacation getaway. Bands would play music on the ships traveling across Lake Pontchartrain to entertain the guests and provide a first class experience. and Mandeville soon became one of the hot spots where the “new jazz” music was heard outside of New Orleans.
Today, Mandeville real estate is some of the hottest areas of Greater New Orleans with classic homes and plenty of new construction to choose from.
In 1956, the Causeway opened to automobile traffic and truly opened up the Northshore with Mandeville as the crown jewel. The longest bridge over water in the United States spurred the growth of Mandeville and the surrounding area as an upscale suburban home for many New Orleanians. Mandeville continued to increase in popularity throughout the 1980s and gained a tremendous housing inventory during the real estate boom. Sporting new homes, privacy, saftey and some of the best schools in the state, Mandeville homes for sale continue to be some of the most sought after real estate in the Greater New Orleans Area