Smyrna Homes for Sale
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Listing information last updated on Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 4:22 AM.
Cobb County home buyers looking for the best of both worlds will find many excellent options in Smyrna. Located in southeast Cobb County, Georgia, the Smyrna area has a high demand for residential real estate due to its close proximity to Atlanta and suburban amenities. Residents enjoy access to Smyrna’s many shopping and dining establishments in just minutes, as well as a quick trip into the heart of Atlanta.
Smyrna is one of the closest suburbs to Atlanta, located near the intersection of I-285 and I-75, known as the Smyrna/Vinings or Cumberland area and site of Cumberland Mall, Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center and Cobb Galleria. It is also conveniently close to many of Atlanta’s wealthiest and most upscale areas, including Vinings, Buckhead, Sandy Springs, and Marietta.
In 1991, Smyrna began a very successful community re-development project known as the “Village Green” for the purpose of creating a well defined downtown. Included in the project were a community center and a 28,000 square foot library. Other components included a mixed retail and residential section modeled after an early 1900s city village, centered around a square with a fountain. This and other projects revitalized the downtown area and made it a magnet for further development including upscale homes, condos and townhomes. As a result of this effort and Smyrna’s excellent location, real estate demand and population skyrocketed. As of 2011, the population had increased to 51, 396, a 25.4 % increase over the past decade.
Major local employers include many large corporations, from Home Depot, to the Weather Channel, to Glock.
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