Independence Square Community with Amenities – Houses For Sale in Marietta – Relocation Package – Marietta, Ga

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When you drive through the mature wooded lots of Independence Square, a welcoming and restful atmosphere will greet you.Independence Square is a neighborhood for families, empty-nesters and retirees looking to move to a mid-priced home with convenience to I-75. It is close to churches, shopping, schools and activities for your whole family to enjoy. These traditional homes in Independence Square are priced between $150,000 and $350,000 with covenants to protect your property values.

Your home usually reflects the lifestyle that you chose so when you choose a home, it needs to meet your needs. Independence Square has many amenities from which to choose to benefit your family that include a swimming pool and cabana, lighted tennis courts and lighted streets. The schools that are zoned for Independence Square are East Side Elementary, Dodgen Middle School and Walton High School, part of the Cobb County School system. These schools have some of the highest testing scores in Cobb County.

Independence Square has a very active Homeowners Association that oversees neighborhood business. There is an Architectural Control committee to help assure that Independence Square retains its beauty. There are covenants to protect your privacy and property values, which helps to keep the neighborhood clean and retain your investment value.

Independence Square is located in Marietta. To get there, take Johnson Ferry Rd North to left on Roswell Rd (120) to right on Providence Rd, 1st left on Independence Way


East Side Elementary School…. Side/

Dodgen Middle School….

Walton High School….

Cobb County Schools…

Neighborhood Statistics

Prices: $150K to $350K
Number of homes: 187
Lot size: .2 acre to 1 acre
Year(s) built: 1974 – 1985