Montgomery Park is a single-family home subdivision. Traton Homes began lot development in summer 2013 with new home construction following shortly after. The subdivision is designed as a traditional neighborhood with homes priced from the low $300,000s. Home plans at Montgomery Park offers a choice of five home designs and will ranging in size from approximately 2,000 to 3,000 square feet.
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Montgomery Park is a Marietta Housing Authority initiative to replace the former Lyman Homes apartments with single-family homes. The new development is named for its Montgomery Street area location near North Marietta Parkway and Cherokee Street approximately one mile northeast of the Marietta Square and two miles from the Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center and City Club golf course.
Local community information
Montgomery Park is located a short distance, approximately three-quarters of a mile, from Marietta’s downtown entertainment, cultural arts, dining, shopping and more. Learn more about events, shopping and happenings around the Marietta Square by visiting the Marietta Welcome Center and Visitors Bureau.
Montgomery Park residents enjoy close proximity to theatres and museums on the Marietta Square, including the historic Earl Smith Strand Theatre. Performances by the Georgia Ballet are held approximately three miles and Cobb Symphony Orchestra performances, approximately six miles from the neighborhood. The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre is approximately 10 miles from Manget.
Places of interest
Montgomery Park is close to many places of interest, including the Cobb County Central Library, which is located approximately half a mile from the site, and a short distance fromthe National and Confederate cemeteries. Montgomery Park is approximately one mile from the newly renovated Hilton Atlanta/Marietta Hotel & Conference Center and the Marietta golf course and City Club.
Montgomery Park and Marietta’s downtown neighborhoods have close proximity to Metro-area attractions. Popular attractions unique to the community include Six Flags White Water and American Adventures, located approximately two miles away, Dave & Buster's, located approximately five miles away, as well as Ice Forum at Town Center, one of two indoor ice rinks in Metro Atlanta, located approximately seven miles away.
Parks and recreation
Residents of Montgomery Park enjoy close proximity to city parks and recreation. The neighborhood is supported by the Birney Street Park and Elizabeth Porter Recreation Center. Montgomery Park is a short drive to the city’s Aviation Baseball/Softball Complex, and Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is just more than six miles west of the neighborhood. The Chattahoochee River National recreation area and Allatoona Lake and recreation area are within 25 miles of neighborhood.
Shopping and dining
Comprehensive dining information for restaurants near Montgomery Park can be found at www.eatonthesquare.com. In addition to local dining and boutique shopping located on and around the Marietta Square, residents enjoy close proximity to Marietta’s Whole Foods/Harry's Farmers Market, approximately two miles, Town Center Mall approximately six miles, and Cumberland Mall, approximately 12-miles, from the site.
Residents of Montgomery Park are served by the Marietta City Schools (MCS). MCS serves approximately 8,000 students at eight elementary choice schools—one of which is a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) magnet—one middle school, one sixth-grade school and one high school. MCS is home to four Georgia schools of excellence and one national school of excellence. MCS has consistently ranked among the top 15 percent of public school systems nationally for the past several years, and has also earned numerous recognitions.
Montgomery Park is close to many colleges and universities with technical, undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and continuing education programs. Schools with a campus within a short drive include Chattahoochee Technical College, approximately two miles, Kennesaw State University, approximately seven miles, Life University approximately three miles, Southern Polytechnic State University, approximately two miles, and the University of Phoenix, approximately three miles from the neighborhood.