Covington Condo Rental Photos and Description
Condo, 3 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 2.5 Baths, (Sleeps 5-7)
Relax in the serene landscape from this three bedroom townhouse in Madisonville, La. Whether you want to sit on the screened in porch watching the sunset, fish off the pier, travel to the many landmarks around you, or enjoy a fire with your loved ones, this is the place to be. There is also a boat slip and launch so you can take your boat onto Lake Ponchatrain. We are located on what is considered the Northshore of New Orleans in St. Tammany Parish.
This property offers three bedrooms. The master bedroom has a king size bed, bathroom and a flat screen tv. The second bedroom upstairs has a queen size bed and a bathroom. Downstairs is a third bedroom with a twin bed and a 1/2 bath. The living room has a pullout, queen sized sofa. There is a flat screen tv hanging above a wood burning fireplace.
There are several notable events that are within a short driving distance:
New Orleans - Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, Sporting Events such as the Saints and Hornets, Bourbon Street, Harrahs Casino
Ponchatoula - Strawberry Festival
Mandeville/Covington - Mardi Gras, Fountainbleu State Park, Abita Brew Pub, Tammany Trace, Farmers Markets
Madisonville - The Wooden Boat Festival
But if staying in and relaxing at home, you won't be disappointed either. Beautiful sunsets over the water, bird watching, fishing off the pier, enjoying a drink by the fire or watching tv on the couch are some of the things you can expect.
You won't be disappointed...
Keywords: condo, lake, Mardi Gras, Jazzfest, New Orleans, Madisonville, Northshore, Fishing
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome
We as a family enjoyed going to the townhouse on our weekends off. We watched our kids grow up here and hope you can make some of the same wonderful memories that we have. We are still in the area and can help with anything you may need.
This is a place that was a second home to us and decided to keep it so that we could hear about others love for the area.