West Cobb was mostly rural until the late 1980's and early 1990's when land was inexpensive and growth was booming.
Geographically, West Cobb is basically any land west of I-75. That being said, areas such as Mableton, Austell, and Smyrna are known as South Cobb. Today, West Cobb has everything that East Cobb has, only newer. New shopping centers, movie theaters, and restaurants are springing up all over West Cobb. If you like boating, Lake Allatoona is the second largest lake in Metro Atlanta featuring 270 miles of shoreline and over 12,000 acres of water stretching 3 counties. It supplies Cobb County with over 43 million gallons of water per day. Living in Acworth or Kennesaw puts you within 15 minutes of a boat ramp. West Cobb is also home to the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, a pristine natural gem that is enjoyed by thousands of walkers per week.
Three new state of the art high schools have opened in the past seven years.(Kennesaw Mountain, Hillgrove and Allatoona. The two highest ranking schools are Kennesaw Mountain and Harrison High School. Quality education can be found in other West Cobb schools also. It is important to do your research to make the best decision. Not unlike East Cobb, the better performing schools drive property values. Real estate in West Cobb starts in the low $100's for a very small home or condo. A typical 4 bedroom, 2 bath home on a slab can start in the $140's.
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Updated: 1st April, 2023 1:46 AM (UTC).