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Types of Homes in Mandeville, Louisiana

Mandeville, Louisiana, boasts a variety of housing options that cater to diverse lifestyle needs and preferences. From traditional single-family homes to contemporary townhouses, and picturesque waterfront properties, the city offers a wide range of options for potential homeowners. The architectural style prevalent in Mandeville is Southern Colonial, with many homes featuring elegant, symmetrical designs, large wrap-around porches, and tall, imposing columns. These spacious properties are further complemented by meticulously manicured landscapes and tree-lined streets that add to the charm and allure of the city's residential areas.

Things to Do

The Northshore is known for its wildlife and outdoor beauty. In Mandeville, one may enjoy Fountainbleu State Park, which offers both trails for exploring and beachfront for relaxing. The Park also hosts festivals and events such as the Mandeville Seafood Festival, held each year since 1978. Local cuisine, entertainment, rides, and fireworks are a recipe for celebration of the coastal Louisiana heritage of the community. Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of the city's natural beauty by exploring the Tammany Trace, a 31-mile trail perfect for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. The Lake Pontchartrain shoreline offers a tranquil setting for picnics, fishing, and sailing. For those interested in arts and culture, the Dew Drop Jazz Hall, one of the oldest rural jazz halls in America, hosts regular concerts, and the Mandeville Trailhead Cultural Interpretive Center offers local history exhibits and a community market.

Places to Eat

The culinary scene in Mandeville is a delightful blend of traditional Southern comfort food and contemporary cuisine. Liz's Where Y'at Diner is a popular spot for its hearty breakfast and lunch menus, and the award-winning Rips on the Lake offers a romantic waterfront dining experience with a menu highlighting fresh seafood and steak. Those seeking global flavors can visit the Mediterranean-themed restaurant, The Pita House, while those with a sweet tooth shouldn't miss the Creole Bagelry and Cafe, known for its authentic New York-style bagels and scrumptious baked goods. For pizza lovers, Coscino's Italian Grill serves up mouth-watering hand-tossed pies with an array of fresh toppings, alongside a menu of classic Italian dishes in a family-friendly setting. Meanwhile, Hambone offers a unique take on Southern cuisine with a menu that features locally-sourced ingredients and innovative dishes like their signature Duck Fat Fries and the highly recommended Crispy Brussels. Those seeking a more upscale dining experience can visit Opal Basil on the Trace, an elegant restaurant that offers a fusion of Cajun, Creole, and Mediterranean dishes prepared with local, organic ingredients. Lastly, for a memorable evening, one can't overlook the Old Rail Brewing Company. This microbrewery and restaurant not only serves a selection of craft beers brewed on-site but also pairs them with a menu that includes gourmet burgers, artisanal sandwiches, and delectable desserts.


Mandeville prides itself on its high-quality educational institutions, making it an ideal place for families with children. The city has a mix of public and private schools, including Mandeville High School, known for its strong academics and athletics program, and Our Lady of the Lake Roman Catholic School, a well-regarded private institution. For higher education, the Northshore Technical Community College provides a range of vocational and technical programs, while the proximity to New Orleans offers access to renowned universities like Tulane University and Loyola University.

Your Mandeville Real Estate Agent

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