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Types of Homes in Madisonville, Louisiana

Madisonville, Louisiana, showcases a diverse range of residential architecture, reflective of its rich cultural history and modern growth. Traditional single-family homes are quite common, often showcasing classic Southern styles with spacious porches, grand columns, and extensive gardens. You can also find charming cottages and bungalows, perfect for those seeking a cozy, comfortable dwelling. For those who prefer modern aesthetics, there are new developments featuring contemporary houses with clean lines and minimalist designs. Waterfront homes near the Tchefuncte River are particularly sought after, offering breathtaking views and direct access to recreational boating activities. Madisonville also boasts a range of historic homes, some dating back to the early 19th century, adding to the town's rich cultural tapestry..

Things to Do

The city of Madisonville is replete with recreational activities that cater to a wide range of interests. One way Madisonville celebrates the importance of water to life in Louisiana, whether it be the salt water of the Lake or the Gulf, or the many fresh water bayous and inlets, is through the Wooden Boat Festival, held in October this year. The boat festival is sponsored by the Lake Ponchartrain Basin Maritime Museum and a highlight of the event is the boat parade on the water. The festival showcases the Louisiana heritage of wooden boats, one type of which is traditionally called the pirogue, a light-weight flat bottom boat that is good for use in the swamp or close to shore. Nature lovers will also enjoy Fairview Riverside State Park, located in Madisonville. The park is located on the bank of the Tchefuncte River, and is a favorite spot of residents to engage in fresh water fishing and find relaxation from the heat of the sun under the live oaks. For history enthusiasts, the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum is a must-visit, offering fascinating insights into the region's maritime history. The annual Wooden Boat Festival is a popular event, drawing crowds with its display of vintage and homemade boats, live music, and local cuisine.

Places to Eat

Madisonville boasts an impressive culinary scene that showcases its Southern roots. Morton's Seafood Restaurant, a city staple since 1985, is renowned for fresh seafood and stunning river views. For a taste of local Cajun and Creole cuisine, Friends Coastal Restaurant offers an array of flavorful dishes. For those seeking a hearty American meal, Friends Coastal Restaurant provides a range of classic favorites, set against the scenic backdrop of the Tchefuncte River. Keith Young's Steakhouse offers a more upscale dining experience, renowned for its prime, succulent steaks and extensive wine list. For a taste of local culture, Crabby Shack serves up authentic Cajun and Creole dishes, with crawfish boils being a popular favorite among locals and tourists alike. Moreover, the town's food scene is not limited to local fare; Keith Young's Steakhouse, known for its prime steaks and fine wines, is a testament to the area's diverse gastronomic offerings.


Education in Madisonville is served by the St. Tammany Parish Public School System, known for its high-ranking schools. Madisonville Elementary School and Lancaster Elementary School cater students, providing a nurturing environment for early education. Madisonville Junior High School is a hub for middle school education, while high school students attend the nearby Mandeville High School. Additionally, numerous private and charter schools in the surrounding areas offer alternative education options.

Your Madisonville Real Estate Agent

Are you searching for real estate listings in the Madisonville neighborhood of New Orleans? Jason Lapene Real Estate specializes in helping you find homes for sale in the Lakeview area. As experienced Madisonville area Realtors, we can provide you with valuable information about the local market. Feel free to contact us for details on Madisonville area schools and nearby amenities such as restaurants, things to do and airports.