East Cobb is one of the most desirable locations to live, work, and raise kids in the metro area. Great schools combined with close proximity to interstates 75 and 285, along with low crime rate and low taxes are just some of the numerous benefits of living in the East Cobb area.
Money magazine named East Cobb Georgia’s best place to live. Schools rank among the best in the state, and Downtown Atlanta is just a short drive away. In addition, the proximity to interstates I-75 and I-285 makes it easy to move around the metro area.
There are numerous parks and recreation areas throughout East Cobb, including a national battlefield park near the historic downtown Marietta Square, and a national recreation area along the Chattahoochee River.
Cobb County is also home to the Atlanta Braves, and their new ball park features a mixed-use area surrounding the stadium that includes numerous restaurants, shops, hotels, and a concert venue.
East Cobb is an unincorporated area in northeast Cobb County, and most homes in the area have a Marietta address, though East Cobb is outside the Marietta City limits. East Cobb includes the unincorporated portions of Cobb County north of I-285 and east of I-75 and I-575.