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Life in Country Walk

When it comes to location, location, location — Country Walk is right in the middle

Great schools, shopping and restaurants are conveniently located close to our West Cobb neighborhood. If outdoor activities are your thing, then our amenities plus the Silver Comet Trail offers you great opportunity to walk, run, bike, swim, play tennis or just enjoy being outside.

Enjoy life at your pace in Country Walk


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“We moved into Country Walk because of its natural beauty, friendly neighbors, great schools, and shopping nearby. We also love the amenities in the community and being in walking distance to the Silver Comet Trail.”

Carl Mason

“When we moved into Country Walk about 15 years ago, we fell in love with the feel of the neighborhood. The mature trees, the amenities only added to the feeling of raising a family in Country Walk.”

Bill Dlosh

“When we drove through, we told our realtor, “We don’t need to look anywhere else, just find us a home here.” The fact that Country Walk was a “swim-tennis” community was very appealing, as we have three children who love to be outside during the summer.”

Wes Foote

“In 2001, we decided to buy in Country Walk because it gave us that small-town feel near Atlanta. We love living here because there are neighbors of every age group — young couples to empty-nesters like us!”

Kay Peterson

“We immediately fell in love with the neighborhood — lots of trees, utilities underground, school district was well thought of, houses were attractive and reasonably priced, a swim/tennis community and lots of young families involved in neighborhood activities and their kid’s educations. Who could ask for more?”

Chris Marshall

“Moving into Country Walk, I got much more house for my money. Little did I know, that I was getting much, much more! Neighbors holler out their window, “Welcome home!” when I return from trips. All my friends are envious of what I enjoy here. Not only do I have neighbors here, but friends, good friends.”

Jeanne Thon