Gardens of East Cobb

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Why Live Here?
Nestled amid rolling hills on 40 wooded acres, The Gardens of East Cobb is a community where beauty and serenity is combined. Conveniently located in prestigious East Cobb off I-75 close proximity to fine dining restaurants and shopping malls, our well-designed apartment buildings offer the feel of a quiet resort community and some of the largest floor plans in Marietta! There are eight spacious floor plans to choose from that will fit every lifestyle. Superior service will captivate you along with monthly recreational activities. The Gardens of East Cobb will provide you with the ease that only home can provide. Please call for an appointment today.
Amenities
  • Pool
  • Playground
  • Laundry
  • Package Receiving
  • Short Term Lease
  • Gate
  • On-site Management
  • Storage Space
  • Fitness Center
  • On-site Maintenance
  • Night Patrol
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Near Public Transit
  • Clubhouse
  • Business Center
  • Controlled Access
  • Parking
  • Lap Pool
  • Lighted Tennis Court
  • Custom Grilling Station-in construction
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: $300-400, with breed restrictions. Large Pets Welcome. Call for more details.
Parking
Garage Lot
Attached Garage with remote control.
Building Information
  • Built: 1984
  • Units: 484
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 12 Months and up

 

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.