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Mandeville is a wonderful town just across lake Pontchartrain north of New Orleans. The town of Mandeville has over 12,000 residents with plenty more in surrounding neighborhoods just outside the city. Due to fantastic school systems and close proximity to the New Orleans metro area Mandeville has a very strong real estate market.
There are many great neighborhoods and subdivisions to choose from in Mandeville with homes ranging in age from the late 1800’s around the lake front all the way up to brand new construction. Homes in Mandeville tend to move pretty fast due to the great schools, low crime rate, and close proximity to New Orleans. Homes range in price in Mandeville from below 150,000 up to well in the millions.
Mandeville’s many blue ribbon public schools is a huge draw for people looking to buy a home in the area. Mandeville’s public school children wind up as graduates of Mandeville High as a Skipper or Fontainebleau High Bulldog.
Mandeville’s fantastic public school system is a huge draw for families all over southern Louisiana. Virtually all of the north shore public schools are very highly rated and compete favorably with very expensive private schools on the south shore.
With private school tuition climbing up to over 10,000 per year in some cases, moving to the north shore to take advantage of fantastic “free” public schools winds up being a wise financial decision for many who are considering relocating.
The constant in flow of of people looking for a more quiet suburban life style and cost effective public schools leads to continual strong demand for Mandeville’s housing market.
Due to this continually strong demand housing prices in Mandeville see a continually steady rise with the average days on the market lower than the national average.
There are many amenities to enjoy in Mandeville. Fontainebleau State Park with massive old live oak trees, walking trails, RV parking and a white sand beach is always a great spot to spend an afternoon.
Old Mandeville has the “trailhead” with many great local restaurants serving unique creole food and local craft brews. Mandeville also has a great sail boating community with the Mandeville Yacht Club and also excellent fishing in the lake as well as the neighboring Tchefuncte River. Beau Chene is one of the premier neighborhoods and features two 18 hole golf courses.
The town of Mandeville was formed in 1834 by Bernard Xavier de Marigny de Mandeville better known by his more shortened name of Bernard de Marigny. Mandeville quickly became a summer retreat for wealthy New Orleanians who wanted a rural setting to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
As tourist travel demands continued to spike and eventually a steamboat began making the daily pilgrimage across Lake Pontchartrain between New Orleans and Mandeville. These ships became well known for fantastic jazz shows and Mandeville itself turned into a very well known location to listen to early Jazz artists like Buddy Petit, Bunk Johnson, and many others.
As demand for easy access to Mandeville and “the northshore” continued to escalate the state of Louisiana finally began work on the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway one side of which was completed in 1956. The second span was opened in 1969 and the opening of the two created tremendous growth in the Mandeville economy and real estate market.
The real estate market in Mandeville is continually bolstered by the many commuters who cross the Lake Pontchartrain bridge to work in New Orleans and Metairie.
The ability to buy affordable housing with a nice yard is a huge attraction to many workers who make the daily commute. There are plenty of options in Mandeville with quick access to the bridge ranging from condos and garden homes as low as 70,000 up to luxury estate homes priced well over one million dollars all of which are just minutes from the bridge.
The destruction of Hurricane Katrina proved to be a tremendous spark for the Mandeville real estate market. Surrounding cities were heavily hit by the storm and would take years to recover but Mandeville remained right on the edge of the worst of the damage so the city realized a huge spike in demand for housing.
Relocate America has voted Mandeville as one of its top 100 places to live in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009. Google also awarded Mandeville with its eCity award in 2013 as a city whos small business community was most effective at using the internet to attract more customers.