Since announcing it would begin building homes at Montgomery Park, Traton Homes has seen a lot of interest in this single-family home community within walking distance of Historic Marietta Square. In June, Traton Homes began selling beautiful Cobb County homes at Montgomery Park priced from the low-$300,000s.
Buyers have five brand new home designs to choose from at Montgomery Park, including two master-on-the-main floor plans. Featuring 2,000 to 3,000 square feet of living space, spacious interiors showcase an abundance of desirable finishes including granite countertops, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, tiled bathrooms, luxurious owner’s suites and much more. The traditional neighborhood design and community park provide a welcoming environment for spending time with friends and family.
Not only does Montgomery Park offer beautiful single-family homes, it is also offers a highly sought-after location, just a short stroll away from Historic Marietta Square. With an eclectic mix of local dining, shopping and entertainment, there is something for the entire family to enjoy.
Located in the center of Historic Marietta Square is Glover Park. Designed perfectly for live entertainment and festivals, Glover Park is home to several events throughout the year, including the upcoming Marietta Art in the Park. A Marietta tradition since 1986, Art in the Park is held annually on Labor Day Weekend. This year, from August 31 to September 2, Art in the Park will feature an artists’ market, children’s art alley, the Marietta ChalkFest and the famous Painted Pots. Artwork on display will include paintings, photography, pottery, graphic arts, sculptures, jewelry and woodworking from 175 artists. Art in the Park will take place each day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is FREE with plenty of parking available.
In addition to vibrant Historic Marietta Square, children at Montgomery Park have the opportunity to receive a top notch education attending highly desirable West Side Elementary, Marietta Middle and Marietta High schools.
To visit Montgomery Park, take I-75 North to Exit 265 for GA-120/North Marietta Parkway. You turn left onto North Marietta Parkway and then turn right onto Cherokee Street. Take a right onto Montgomery Street and Montgomery Park is located on the left at Montgomery and Harold Street.
Upon completion, Montgomery Park will showcase 45 Cobb County homes that offer a small town atmosphere near the perks of Historic Marietta Square. For more information on homes at Montgomery Park, call 678-391-9492.