The city is well-wooded throughout the north, west, and southwest, making for leafy subdivisions and pleasant walking. The northwest is dominated by the sprawling Legacy Park, a townpark community. With division named Annandale, Gramercy, Kentmere, Lullwater, and Winterthur, the homes border a nature preserve, the Legacy stream, and Teem Lake. The Club House features numerous tennis courts, and in the center of the neighborhood is a village green. Homes in this area tend to be two-stories and leaning towards the more expensive side.
The Deerfield neighborhood, just to the northwest of downtown, includes many looping roadways and cul-de-sacs ending in wooded lots. It is conveniently located between the numerous businesses downtown to the neighborhood’s east and the quiet comforts of Swift-Cantrell Park to the west. Students are served by Kennesaw Elementary School to the east. Proctor Creek flows through the subdivisions, and there are two small ponds on Jiles Road and near Moon Station Road.
Our tour takes us to the southwest and to Summerbrooke, a heavily-wooded community enjoying a community pool, tennis courts, and seclusion in comparison to much of the area. The neighborhood has held outdoor movies in the past, and homes tend to be on the upscale and expensive side.
The southeast of town is adjacent to Cobb County International Airport and the Ernest W. Barrett Parkway. This area tends to be more developed and while there are many lovely single-story homes in this community, these locations generally don’t have neighborhood names. They’re strongly mixed-use between residential and small commercial concerns.
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