Made up of parts of unincorporated Roswell, Marietta, and Kennesaw, East Cobb is one of Atlanta’s most sought-after suburban communities, especially for families. It is home to some of the best schools in the state of Georgia, beautiful parks, and an unlimited number of things to do. It is also convenient to Interstates 75 and 285, which can have you back in Atlanta for work or play within minutes.
East Cobb is home to a number of local favorite eateries like Bamboo China Bistro and Seed Kitchen and Bar. Shopping is also plentiful. Located at the intersection of Roswell and Johnson Ferry Roads is one of the community’s biggest retail districts, Merchant’s Walk. It is home to stores like Old Navy and Kohl’s, and it has a 14-screen movie theater. Just north of Merchant’s Walk is The Avenue, East Cobb, a popular outdoor mall that is home to stores like Pottery Barn, Victoria’s Secret, Ann Taylor, and Williams-Sonoma. If you are looking for something to do with the kids, a day at Six Flags Whitewater or Marietta Ice Center is a must. Youth sports are also big in the community with programs like East Cobb Baseball, which has won 199 national titles. For golfers, the local Atlanta Country Club has been named one of “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” by Golf Digest.
One of the best things about living in East Cobb is that there are homes and neighborhoods to fit almost every budget or lifestyle. From modern swim and tennis communities to established brick ranch-style homes, you can find something for as low as $200,000 to over $1 million. Popular neighborhoods in East Cobb include Atlanta Country Club Estates, East Park, Chimney Springs, Easthampton, Rivers Call, Indian Hills, Princeton Cove, Princeton Mill, Somerset, Sibley Forest, and Talley Green.
East Cobb’s youngest residents are fortunate to attend some of the top-rated schools in the United States. The area falls within the Cobb County School district, and some of the schools in the area are Tritt Elementary, Mt. Bethel Elementary, Sope Creek Elementary, Simpson Middle, McCleckey Middle, East Cobb Middle, Sprayberry High, Walton High, Lassiter High, and Pope High. While East Cobb is just a quick commute from some of Atlanta’s top private schools, it is also home to several of its own, such as The Wood Acres School, East Cobb Christian School and Mt. Bethel Christian Academy.
The schools, lower property taxes, and the tight-knit community are just a few of the reasons why Atlantans are choosing to move to East Cobb to raise their families. Kids love it because there are so many opportunities to get involved, both at school and within the community, and parents love it because it is safe, affordable, and offers easy access to Atlanta.
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