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Property details

At a Glance
Off the beaten path, but not too far away
Why Live Here?
Welcome to Cumberland Crossing Apartments! This is a wonderful community where management takes an interest in the well being of everyone who lives here. Our community features newly renovated apartment homes, beautiful cherry cabinets, All black appliance packages, controlled gate access, new carpet, state of the art fitness center, & Wi-Fi lounge.

Enjoy our secluded wooded views, on a quiet cul-de-sac with nature's serene living. Conveniently located in East Cobb with easy access to Cobb Parkway, I-285, I-75, Cumberland Mall, great restaurants and nightlife.

You'll love calling Cumberland Crossing Home!
  • Pool
  • Playground
  • Sauna
  • Laundry
  • Package Receiving
  • Gate
  • Storage Space
  • Fitness Center
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Sundeck
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Near Public Transit
  • 24-Hour Availability
  • Clubhouse
  • Controlled Access
  • Courtyard
  • Parking
  • 3 playgrounds
  • Car wash facility
  • Tennis Court
  • Semi-Private Entry
  • Civil servant/student discounts
  • 6 On-Site Laundry Facilities
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Weight Restriction apply. Call for details.
Surface Lot
Parking available.
Building Information
  • Built: 1975
  • Units: 286
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 6 Month minimum


About Marietta, GA

With a population of over 56,500, Marietta is one of Atlanta’s largest suburbs; it lies about 20 miles northwest of the state capital. It is also the largest city in Cobb County, Georgia, as well as the county seat. Some believe that Marietta was named for Mary Cobb, who was married to US Senator and superior court Judge Thomas Willis Cobb, after whom Cobb County was named, but the origin of the city’s name cannot be confirmed.