8 Homes Under Contract but Opportunities Remain to Build Your Longleaf Battle Park Home!
Wooded Basement Homesites Available
Limited Slab and Courtyard Homes Remain
Longleaf Battle Park is designed around 71 English Cottage style homes located in beautiful West Cobb County. Created to be an Active Adult neighborhood, Battle Park truly is easy living. Enjoy fun amenities, maintenance-free lawns and home exteriors, and a community of neighbors in a similar season of life.
Longleaf Battle Park offers elegantly spacious floor plans with 10 foot ceilings and 8 foot doors. All of our homes are designed for main floor living and include 2 first floor bedrooms, each of which has a full bath with your choice of a tub or zero entry shower. You also have the flexibility to finish the second floor of your home to make room for special projects or guests.
Select your floor plan and customize the details in your new home, from hardwood or tile flooring options, to countertops and fireplaces. As a Longleaf Battle Park resident, you can expect to come home to a beautifully landscaped home and community. You won’t have to lift a finger to maintain your yard, or the exterior of your home. We take care of all of it, including power washing, painting and roof maintenance. How is that for convenience?
Longleaf Battle Park is situated in Cobb County, Georgia. Residents of the area enjoy easy access to I-75, the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Lake Allatoona, Six Flags White Water, downtown Marietta, and more.
Marietta is a charming city located in heart of Cobb County, Georgia, 15 miles northwest of Atlanta. As one of the larger suburbs of Atlanta, Marietta has around 56,500 residents. Formed in 1833, Marietta is also home to six historic districts. CNNMoney.com named Marietta one of the top 25 places in the United States to retire in 2011. You can learn more about Marietta on the city’s official website.
Living at one of our Longleaf communities means you’re close to the attractions and events that bring residents
of Marietta together. Here are a few notable sights to see in Marietta:
The central gathering place at the heart of Marietta. Home to festivals, concerts and the Marietta farmer’s market.
An Art Deco theater constructed in 1935 and renovated back to its original design in 2009. Features classic films and other events.
Home to thousands of artifacts including items from Marietta residents and businesses.
A mountain ridge with a summit elevation of 1,808 feet, the highest point in metro Atlanta area. Park of the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.
A lifestyle destination for shopping, dining and great entertainment including Atlanta Braves baseball.
A 56-foot tall chicken located at Cobb Pkwy and Roswell Rd. Constructed in 1956 and rebuilt in 1993 after sustaining storm damage. The Big Chicken also underwent a $2 million renovation project in 2017.