It’s time to take a look back at all of 2013 to see which neighborhoods were the most popular for East Cobb home buyers. It is always a good time to award the winners and we’re not just talking about the Grammy’s, Oscars or Golden Globes. We’re talking about the Top Selling East Cobb Neighborhoods in 2013.
It’s always interesting to see which neighborhoods buyers were attracted to during their East Cobb home search. So without further adieu, let’s unveil the winners. Please hold your applause until all winners are announced and let’s hope that there aren’t any long-winded acceptance speeches. Just can’t stand those long acceptance speeches.
Top Selling East Cobb Neighborhoods in 2013
- Indian Hills Country Club
- Highland Pointe
- Chimney Springs
- Chimney Lakes
- Atlanta Country Club
- Willow Point
- Forest Chase
- Loch Highland
- Windsor Oaks
- Heritage Trace
- Woodbine Station
- Arbor Bridge
- Kings Cove
- Wigley Preserve
- Cedar Forks
- Chadds Walk
- Chestnut Springs
- Tally Green
Don’t forget, when you are ready to buy East Cobb homes for sale, contact us for all the best deals.
“Sale” picture courtesy of Master isolated images and FreeDigitalPhotos.net.
Christmas is over, so what to do with the Christmas tree?
Keep Cobb Beautiful is sponsoring “Bring One for the Chipper,” a free tree-recycling drop off at Fullers Park at 3499 Robinson Road, Harrison Park at 2650 Shallowford Road and Sewell Park at 2085 Lower Roswell Road. Trees can be dropped off at these park sites through January 4th.
Christmas trees can be recycled to create fuel, mulch, habitats for wildlife and other useful materials.
Bring One for the Chipper is from 9am to 4pm on Saturday, January 4, 2014.
- Home Depot*, 3605 Sandy Plains Road Marietta, GA 30066
- Home Depot*, 4101 Roswell Road NE Marietta, GA 30062
After January 4th, free mulch will be provided to Cobb citizens at Cobb Parks chipper locations as well as at Davey Trees (770-451-7911.) For more information, call Keep Cobb Beautiful at770-528-1135.
Bring One for the Chipper is Georgia’s annual Christmas tree recycling program. Each year, Keep Georgia Beautiful works with private sponsors to organize the recycling event.
The Chipper program involves hundreds of Georgia communities and thousands of volunteers. Since its inception, the program has recycled over 5 million Christmas trees. The mulch from these trees has been used for playgrounds, local government beautification projects, and individual yards. You can support the Chipper program by bringing your cut Christmas tree to a designated drop off site or volunteering with your local coordinator to collect trees.
The city of Marietta’s Fourth in the Park celebration begins Thursday, July 4, 2013 at 10 a.m. and includes a parade, free live concerts, museum tours, arts and crafts show, food, carnival games and fireworks finale.
The Marietta Freedom Parade includes 110 entries, 2,000 participants and an estimated 30,000 spectators. The parade begins at 10 a.m. at Roswell Street Baptist Church and travels west on Roswell Street, north on East Park Square past Glover Park and the Square, down Cherokee Street and ends at North Marietta Parkway. Entries include marching units from the city of Marietta, Air National Guard Band of the South, civic organizations, beauty queens, scouts and local businesses.
The end of the parade marks the start of the Festival. Food concessions, arts and crafts and carnival will provide plenty to do for the whole family.
- Marietta Freedom Parade, 10 a.m.
- Festival, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
- Scott Thompson concert, 12 p.m.
- Bell Ringing ceremony, 2 p.m.
- Float contest awards, 2:15 p.m.
- Unusual Suspects concert, 7 p.m.
- Greg Bates concert, 8 p.m.
- Fireworks, dark
The Fourth in the Park celebration is coupled with a large arts and crafts show that continues all day.
For more information, call Marietta Parks and Recreation at 770-794-5601 .