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The city of Covington lies in St. Tammany Parish, north of Madisonville and Mandeville. Founded in 1813, it is famous for its historic downtown with quaint shops and restaurants. Covington holds an attraction for those seeking a Garden District ambience with the benefit of Northshore living.
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St. Tammany Parish offers its residents many benefits, including greater lot size, an excellent public school system, and state of the art recreational facilities. Living in Covington, one is conveniently located to take advantage of these community elements. Local schools include Covington Elementary, Lee Road Junior High, E.E. Lyon Elementary, Pine View Middle, and William Pitcher Junior High.
Whether one is looking for an historic home or a new home or condo, Covington offers many possibilities. Downtown Covington is especially known for its renovated Victorian homes and cobblestone streets. Some popular restaurants include the Thai Pot and Café Rani, both situated in the midst of shopping boutiques and downtown residences.
Winding through Covington, the Bogue Falaya River offers a scenic spot for picnicking and fishing close to downtown. The Bogue Falaya Park is located off S. New Hampshire St., and when one enters Covington by way of Hwy 190 from Mandeville, one drives over a bridge on the Bogue Falaya, and may see pedestrians and sportsman using the foot bridge that crosses the river.
Like the Garden District, Covington attracts many people who are artists or interested in the arts. Many of the shops in historic downtown offer fine pieces of art in the form of painting, sculpture, apparel, and furniture. The Three Rivers Art Festival showcases the best of local and visiting artists. Lasting three days in November, the Festival in Downtown Covington offers activities for everyone in the family
If you are interested in Covington real estate or homes for sale, please contact NOLA Realty.
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