Families flock to the area for friendly neighbors and strong schools.
With its award-winning schools, community spirit, and convenient commute into the city, East Cobb draws in those ready to embrace a traditional suburban experience.
An affluent suburb developing steadily over the last thirty years, East Cobb credits its growth to the excellent school system and close proximity to intown Atlanta.
A bucolic setting where you can settle into a quiet routine and enjoy life’s simple pleasures.
A tight-knit community where residents can slow down and enjoy sprawling green spaces and local businesses. Quality of residential life is a priority here, and families have plenty of low-key options, from enjoying a day at the park to enjoying a no-frills restaurant, to keep them fulfilled.
Traditional suburban environment with an emphasis on supporting local schools and youth programs.
Home and family direct the focus of small businesses, shopping options, and dining choices with some stand-out venues recently established. Youth programs bring the community together and give students plenty of extra curricular options.
Expansive greenspaces, trails, and Chattahoochee river access.
Hiking, biking, and outdoor exploration make East Cobb a hidden gem for nature lovers. It’s easy to go off the grid here and immerse yourself in the wooded parks and river-side trails that are easily accessible and very much utilized by local residents.
Mid-to-high price points with well-priced listings moving quickly. Expect subdivisions, estate properties, and high-end townhomes.
Front lawns and backyards are common here, with many estate properties and planned subdivisions boasting even more surrounding green space. You’ll find many homes with additional amenities like swimming pools and tennis courts. Properties here can have lucrative price points and tend to be snatched up quickly. However, development in East Cobb continues to emerge so expect the buying opportunities to continue to flourish.
Close-knit community, family activities, and friendly neighbors.
Residents throw themselves into their East Cobb community with high participation in local activities and committed involvement with schools. Neighbors know each other well and kids flourish in a world of backyard barbecues and picnics in the park.
From Cherokee settlement to antebellum railroad center, Cobb County's seat is now a modern walkable community.
Early settlers began to move into these native Cherokee lands in 1824, and by 1838, the town was selected as a hub for the Western and Atlanta Railroad, igniting a boom that would continue until the Civil War. Preservation efforts have turned Marietta into an inspiring blend of historic homes and buildings contrasted by a handful of new developments.
Nostalgic charm emanates from this historic small town known for its picturesque square, dynamic arts scene, and gracious hospitality.
Incredible energy and enthusiasm from proud residents eager to showcase their heritage while advancing future growth.
Known as a forward-moving community with a deep respect for the past, Marietta welcomes all to enjoy its undeniable hometown appeal.
Walkable urban living near the Marietta Square giving way to quintessential suburban conveniences.
As Cobb County seat, Marietta’s downtown serves as a hub for government buildings, legal offices, and a myriad of other businesses. But the area also sings with constant activity and entertainment. Shop, dine, sip cocktails, take in a show, or drive just a few miles south to catch the Braves play at their impressive new stadium.
Deep Civil War significance with major landmarks and battlefields surrounding the area.
Kennesaw Mountain rises proudly to the north and boasts miles of breathtaking trails, many through battlefield sites. The M2R trail runs from the top of the mountain down to the Chattahoochee and serves as the first in a planned network of trails and paths connecting county greenspaces.
Low vacancy rates with fast-moving inventory.
Vintage bungalows and historic estates dot downtown residential streets with new townhome developments designed to complement the existing architecture of the central square. Further out, you’ll find older single family homes and subdivisions.
The picturesque central square, historic homes, and quaint character.
From farmers markets to monthly art walks to live music, there’s always something happening on the Marietta Square. Wander off on side streets and explore tree-lined residential avenues for a stroll back in time.
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