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5 beds 5 baths 4,427 sqft
Fantastic opportunity in Walton HS! Active swim/tennis community. Well-built, hard coat stucco home ready for buyer to add their own personal touch. The house was built in 1986 and sits on .35 acre lot. Features include: 2-story foyer; hardwoods throughout main level; FR w/fireplace & built-ins; LR/office; large, eat-in kitchen adjoins sun room; over-sized deck & private, landscaped, flat backyard; extra bonus room upstairs w/built-ins; finished basement w/rec room, BR w/full bath, wet bar, wine storage plus additional finished and unfinished storage space for more information please call Gary at show contact info
Asking $524,500 or make an offer!
850 Chestnut Lake Drive is located in Hampton Woods, which is high end gated community located outside of the city of Atlanta, GA in the heart of East Cobb County, nestled between Johnson Ferry, Lower Roswell and Woodlawn Roads. Hampton woods resides within the city of Marietta, GA 30068 and has the best school district in Georgia with many wonderful amenities close by. Hampton Woods has a very active Homeowners Association with a variety of volunteer committees that put on lots of activities and events for the residents the live here, this makes Hampton Woods such a great place to live.
Hampton Woods has a neighborhood welcoming committee that greets all of the new residents with true southern hospitality. As a new neighbor, there are many opportunities to jump right into and be a part of the community. There is an active board with volunteers needed for social programming, welcoming, pool and tennis advisors etc.
Hampton Woods was developed in 1986, which is the same year the following homes was built at 850 Chestnut Lake Drive. For most of us Hampton Woods residents, we know the subdivision we love, the changes and growth we see and the automobile lifestyle we live in Suburbia.
Cobb County was one of the 24 created in 1932 from Cherokee Indian Territory. It is named for Judge Thomas W. Cobb, a former U.S Senator. Marietta, the county seat, is named for his wife. If the frontier days, the Chattahoochee River, which forms Cobb's southeast boundary, served as a dividing line between the Creek and Cherokee Indian Territories.