From delicious local restaurants to festivals and ghost tours, Historic Marietta Square offers a wide-variety of opportunities to enjoy time with family and friends year-round. When you purchase a beautiful Cobb County home at Montgomery Park you can treat yourself to the best that Historic Marietta Square has to offer.
With the fall season in full swing, Historic Marietta Square has special events going on right now including the Scary-etta Trolley Ghost Tour and Scarecrows on the Square. Additionally, the Harvest Square Arts & Crafts Festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 19. The popular Ghosts of Marietta walking tour is a year-round feature, but offers extended hours during the Halloween season.
Outside of the holiday-centered events, residents of Montgomery Park enjoy an eclectic mix of local restaurants and shops, as well as live entertainment in Glover Park. For more information on events at the Historic Marietta Square, visit www.mariettasquare.com.
If Marietta is the location of your dreams, then Montgomery Park is the perfect community for your family. Priced from the low-$300,000s, Cobb County homes at Montgomery Park showcase well-appointed interiors with granite countertops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, tiled bathrooms, luxurious owner’s suites and so much more. Residents at Montgomery Park enjoy a traditional neighborhood design that encourages neighbors to become friends with sidewalks and a relaxed open space with park and dog park.
With a sought-after Marietta location and spacious single-family homes, Montgomery Park has been popular with home buyers. Ten homes are under contract at Montgomery Park with six additional market homes currently under construction.
As one of Marietta’s newest communities, Montgomery Park is eager to get involved with the surrounding area and is a proud sponsor of this year’s Cherokee Heights Arts Festival. Scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 9 on Etowah Drive in Marietta, the Cherokee Heights Arts Festival is a neighborhood festival featuring handmade items and gifts, as well as live music. For more information on this annual community event, visit www.cherokeeheightsartsfestival.org.
Upon completion, Montgomery Park will feature 45 single-family homes. Stop by this extraordinary community today to learn more about these stunning homes, as well as the fantastic location. To visit Montgomery Park from I-75 North, take Exit 266 for GA-120/N Marietta Parkway and turn left onto North Marietta Parkway. Turn right onto Cherokee Street and then turn right onto Montgomery Street. Montgomery Park is located on the left at Montgomery and Harold Street.
For more information on how you can purchase your dream home within walking distance of the Historic Marietta Square, call 678-391-9492 or visit the Traton Homes website.