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Residents of Brookhaven at East Cobb Live in the Midst of History

Brookhaven of East Cobb homeJim Chapman Communities’ Brookhaven at East Cobb, mere minutes from historic and well-visited Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, is ideally located to give active adults the opportunity to explore history this summer during the 150th anniversary celebrations of the Atlanta Campaign and the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. Brookhaven at East Cobb in Kennesaw is open to active adults ages 55 and better and offers two to three bedroom plans starting in the $249,900s.

The sesquicentennial anniversary, which marks the Union Major General William T. Sherman’s failed frontal assault against the Confederate Army of Tennessee, will be commemorated with battlefield tours, living history demonstrations, an outdoor film and other programs June 26 to 29. For more information about the anniversary celebrations at the park, click here.

Brookhaven at East Cobb residents are also less than ten minutes from downtown Marietta, which is full of Civil War historic landmarks, including the Kennesaw House, a former antebellum hotel where J.J. Andrews and his Federal raiders met right before the Great Locomotive Chase of 1862. The Kennesaw House now houses the Marietta Museum of History and is next to the Marietta Square. Residents can visit the original stolen locomotive (known as the General) from the Great Locomotive Chase at the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in Kennesaw.

In addition to its proximity to historical landmarks, Brookhaven at East Cobb also features a beautiful heated pool, an outdoor fireplace and a highly versatile clubhouse with fitness center and gourmet kitchen. The community’s all brick and stone homes offer vaulted ceilings and oversized master suites, as well as optional screened porches and bonus rooms with full baths.

The community is gated with a perimeter security fence and is located near Lake Allatoona, the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Center, the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, the High Museum of Art, Town Center Mall, the Kennesaw Farmer’s Market and Wellstar Kennestone Hospitals.

For more information about this active adult community, call Tim Parker at 404-808-5648. Also, visit www.jimchapmancommunities.com.

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