NEW HOMES IN MARIETTA
Nestled just northwest of Atlanta, Marietta is the county seat of Cobb County. This city is a well-known and much beloved destination where rich local history meets a vibrant and diverse cityscape. A breathtaking blend of quintessential southern charm and modern amenities, Marietta also enjoys ideal convenience to I-75 and I-285 bringing all of the city easily within reach. New homes in Marietta offer the opportunity to enjoy modern living in a timeless setting where you’ll find a hometown feel blended naturally with the bustle of a growing city.
Marietta, GA Living by the Numbers
- 10 Minutes to Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
- 15 Minutes to The Battery & Truist Park
- 30 Minutes to Downtown Atlanta
- 40 Minutes to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
Why Buy a New Home in Marietta
Marietta is known for its beautiful, historic architecture that still evokes all the warmth and charm of its small-town past. Davidson’s new homes in Marietta celebrate the town's long legacy of hometown appeal in the next generation of detailed home designs. Our homes are tailored to the way you want to live today and crafted with high quality materials and workmanship. New subdivisions in Marietta are ideally situated to take best advantage of the area’s many conveniences and attractions and offer a wide variety of living opportunities from low maintenance ease to spacious estates.
Area home buyers also seek out Marietta homes for sale thanks to its well-known reputation as a friendly hometown with excellent local schools, popular shopping and dining, and plenty of entertainment and recreation of all kinds. Davidson Homes is proud to be a trusted Marietta home builder, offering home buyers the confidence of exceptional design, quality and value in a dynamic portfolio of new homes in Marietta.
Award-Winning Marietta Schools
Marietta residents enjoy access to award-winning, state and nationally ranked local schools. Marietta high schools include the Lassiter, Sprayberry and Kell High School districts which are part of the Cobb County School System as well as Marietta High in the Marietta City School System. Numerous notable private schools including The Walker School and The Garden School of Marietta are located here. Marietta is also home to KSU Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering and Engineering Technology and enjoys close proximity to Kennesaw State University.
Things to Do in Marietta
New homes in Marietta bring all the amenities and recreation of one of metro Atlanta’s favorite hometowns right to your doorstep. Take a Sunday stroll through the Farmer’s Market or enjoy curated cocktails with a view at the historic Marietta Square. Slip into your favorite spot for dinner or explore a rich diversity of local flavors in an ever-expanding array of local boutiques and watering holes. Set your sights for the top of the mountain or simply stretch your legs on miles of trails. You’ll find it all at home in Marietta.
If Marietta is your hometown, Marietta Square is its heart. One of the best known and most celebrated historic downtown districts in not only metro Atlanta but all of North Georgia, Marietta Square is a vibrant, one-of-a-kind destination where the past, present and future meet. Centered on Glover Park with its iconic fountain, the Square is home to more than 30 local restaurants and dozens of boutiques and shops tucked beneath the charming silhouette of its 19th to early 20th century storefronts. There’s something for everyone here from the Marietta History Museum to movies, shows and live music at The Strand Theatre, Marietta’s beloved 1935 art deco movie palace, as well as a thriving calendar of events from the Farmer’s Market to Art Walks, concerts in the park, holiday celebrations and more.
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Marietta sits alongside Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. This 2900+ acre park that was once home to some of the heaviest fighting in Georgia during the Civil War is now a peaceful family-friendly and dog-friendly destination for hiking and biking as well as history. The park is home to more than 18 miles of interpretive trails where you can enjoy fresh air and quiet natural surroundings. Of course, no hike is complete without a trip to the summit of Kennesaw Mountain which sits 1800 feet above sea level and offers spectacular views of Marietta and Downtown Atlanta.
Mountain to River Trail
Beginning at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park and stretching south towards the Chattahoochee River, this popular trail for walking, running or biking winds through the diverse landscapes of Marietta from the quiet wooded edges of the park to the heart of the city, threading along the edge of Marietta Square along the familiar train tracks that run just to its west and through charming historic neighborhoods. Along the way, you’ll find plenty of scenery, murals and public art installations to enjoy.
Six Flags Whitewater
This 70-acre water park in Marietta draws thousands of fun-seekers looking to beat the summer heat each season. Enjoy water-themed rides, adventurous slides, games and activities in a fun, family-friendly amusement park setting.
Truist Park at The Battery Atlanta
Marietta sits right at the threshold of Truist Park, home to the Atlanta Braves. The park itself is surrounded by The Battery Atlanta, a one-of-a-kind destination for entertainment, shopping and dining year round. The Battery is home to the Coca-Cola Roxy concert venue and 2 million square feet of fun, food, shopping and more. You’ll find a curated selection of boutique retailers along with a variety of restaurants, many from Atlanta’s hottest restauranteurs, ranging from old favorites to unmatched chef-driven experiences.
Find Yourself at Home in Marietta
It’s easy to see why Marietta is one of the most popular and sought-after addresses in metro Atlanta with its unique combination of history, local flavor, community spirit and convenience.
Explore new homes in Marietta and enjoy coming home to one of Atlanta’s favorite hometowns.