St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana Real Estate Listings and Facts

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68662 HIGHWAY 59 Highway, Mandeville, Louisiana 70471

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Excellent industrial site with over 600 feet of frontage on Highway 59 with an average traffic count of 15,638 cars per day and 1,353 feet fronting North Lane. Located approximately 1 mile north of I-12 and across the street from a Mandeville Fire Station. Front 6 acres can be sub-divided. Additional land available adjacent to property.
Listing courtesy of Mauti Schroder Scoggin Real Estate
$3,267,000

Commercial

64371 HIGHWAY 3081 Highway, Pearl River, Louisiana 70452

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HIGHLY PROFITABLE MOBILE HOME PARK PACKAGE RENTAL PADS 45 PADS WITH M/H RENTALS 35 DUPLEX 2 SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE 1 COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 1 ANNUAL AVERAGE GROSS INCOME $420,000
Listing courtesy of ABEK Real Estate
$3,200,000

Commercial

30042 DIXIE RANCH Road, Lacombe, Louisiana 70445

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SHOWN, ONLY BY APPOINTMENT THIS IS DEFINITELY A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN ONE OF THE NICEST FACILITIES THIS AGENT HAS LISTED. IT'S COMPLETE WITH AN EXCELLENT ARRANGEMENT OF OFFICES LOCATED IN THEIR OWN WING OF THE STRUCTURE, THE LARGE OPEN ASSEMBLY ROOMS WOULD MAKE EXCELLENT WAREHOUSE SPACES AND THE SITE HAS AMPLE PARKING AND GREEN-SPACE.
Listing courtesy of ABEK Real Estate
$3,100,000

Vacant land

2600 HIGHWAY 59 Highway, Mandeville, Louisiana 70471

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Excellent site on the corner of Hwy 59 and Lonesome Road, located approximately 1.5 miles south of I-12 and 2 miles north of Highway 190 (Florida St). Average Daily traffic for 2015 is 16,264. 1.98 acres on the corner of Lonesome & Hwy 59 zoned HC-2 and the remaining 2.4 acres is zoned NC-4.
Listing courtesy of Meredith Escher McMath Real Estate
$3,052,672

Vacant land

2195 HIGHWAY 59 Highway, Mandeville, Louisiana 70471

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Excellent site on the corner of Hwy 59 and Lonesome Road Located approximately 1.5 miles south of I-12 and 2 miles north of Highway 190 (Florida St).
Listing courtesy of Mauti Schroder Scoggin Real Estate
$3,052,672

Residential

238 SOLOMON Drive, Slidell, Louisiana 70458

6Bedroom(s)
9Bathroom(s)
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12,454Sqft
Breathtaking Grand Colonial Waterfront Estate on Private 7 Acre Gated Peninsula. Featuring 12,454 sq ft of Luxury Living in Main House. Magnificent Entrance w/free standing Spiral Stair Cases w/22' Hand-Painted Dome Ceiling w/Stunning Chandelier. Exquisite Master Suite w/Fireplace, 2 adjoining Master Bath Suites overlooking Outdoor Oasis. 5 add'l BR w/ FP, adjoining suites & balconies.
Listing courtesy of Watermark Realty, LLC
$3,000,000

Residential

14459 MARTIN Road, Folsom, Louisiana 70437

4Bedroom(s)
5Bathroom(s)
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6,900Sqft
Hillcrest Farm is an exceptional property located 15 minutes from Covington in the horse country of Folsom. This spectacular one of a kind private estate designed by Arthur Middleton boasts 6,930 sf w/ impressive finishes, commercial kitchen, marble master bath, wood flrs, & deep porches overlooking pool & fenced green pastures.
Listing courtesy of LATTER & BLUM INC/REALTORS
$2,960,000

Vacant land

0 MCKINNEY Road, Slidell, Louisiana 70458

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SEMI CLEARED COMMERCIAL LAND W/ QUICK ACCESS TO I-10 FREMAUX INTERCHANGE; ACROSS FREMAUX FROM NEW STIRLING FREMAUX SHOPPING CENTER; OVER 1200' FRONTAGE ON MCKINNEY RD.; CENTRAL WATER & SEWER AVAILABLE TO PROPERTY; PERFECT FOR COMMERCIAL OR MULTI-FAMILY USES; ZONED HC-2 ST.
Listing courtesy of Century 21 Investment Realty
$2,950,000

Vacant land

HIGHWAY 25 AND MARTIN RD. Road, Folsom, Louisiana 70437

Beautiful high property currently used to graze cattle. Great location two miles south of Folsom with a combination of pasture and woods. The property has 6000 feet of road frontage ideal for subdividing in the future. The property is all high and rolling with wonderful view throughout. If you are looking for a large tract of land this is a must see.
Listing courtesy of Gakers Acres
$2,800,000

Vacant land

MILITARY Road, Pearl River, Louisiana 70452

Large Tract Of Land Right Off Interstate 59 Fronting Military Rd. On The West, Porters River On The East & Ravenwood Subdivision On Tte South. Great Property For Developing. Can Be Seen From I-59.
Listing courtesy of Top Agent Realty, Inc.
$2,750,000

Vacant land

68470 HIGHWAY 59 Highway, Mandeville, Louisiana 70471

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SHOVEL READY Site with 5 Commercial Lots (4.72 acres) facing Highway 59 listed for $2,100,000 ($10.21 PSF) and 18 Industrial Lots (9.95 acres) fronting Alpha Blvd. for $1,400,000 ($3.23 PSF). Entire 15 acres for $2,700,000 ($4.13 PSF). Property has been FULLY MITIGATED, has a subsurface expandable sewer treatment plant, underground utilities, water, and concrete roadway in place.
Listing courtesy of KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY SERVICES
$2,700,000

Commercial

E I-10 SERVICE Road, Slidell, Louisiana 70461

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22,650Sqft
Location, location this is one of the most commanding of I-10 close to Lake Pontchartrain only 30 minutes to New Orleans or the Gulf Coast. A landmark one of a kind structure. The usages for it are only limited by your imagination. Most of the walls in the building or non barring which increases current and future usages. Over 1,000+ cars a day pass on I-10 in front of the building.
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX ALLIANCE
$2,695,000
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Helpful Home Buyers’ Guides

St. Tammany Parish is one of the fastest growing communities in Louisiana, and residents enjoy close proximity to New Orleans while maintaining a quieter lifestyle. Located 20 miles north of New Orleans, it is well-known for its top-rated schools, safety, and low business costs. Families in communities such as Covington, Mandeville and Slidell enjoy big-city amenities with excellent transportation access for commuting, and smaller communities such as Madisonville, Folsom and Abita Springs give residents the small-town, friendly feel of a close-knit community.

ST. TAMMANY PARISH QUICK FACTS:

  • Total Area: 1,124 Sq Miles
  • Population: 246,269
  • Median Age: 39.8
  • Median Household Income: $63,686

The original residents of St. Tammany Parish and the surrounding areas were the tribes of Colapissas, Bayou Goulas, Chickasaw, Choctaw and Pensacola. French Explorer Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville was sent to colonize the area on behalf of the French, noting the area’s beautiful lakes and forests. St. Tammany became an official part of the United States in 1810, when President Madison claimed the territory to become part of Louisiana, sending William C. C. Claiborne to establish the boundaries of the “Florida Parishes.”

Communities grew up around Lake Pontchartrain in the 19th century, after ferry service began. It became more of a bedroom community parish with the completion of roads connecting New Orleans and other Greater New Orleans communities such as Metairie in the 1950’s. In 2008, Chevron moved its regional headquarters to the Covington area, creating employment opportunities and an economic boost.

St. Tammany Parish enjoys both rural and suburban communities, with a strong commitment to arts and culture. The schools are consistently among the top-rated in the state, helping make St. Tammany a sought-after parish for families. In addition to top-rated schools and a appreciation for local artists, the parish is also home to lakeside water activities, hunting, fishing, and spectacular rolling country landscapes. St. Tammany’s perfect blend of city and country make it one of the most desirable places to settle in the region.