Edgewater Cove in Roswell/East Cobb, Georgia is a small, quiet neighborhood made up of about 95 homes. Unlike much of Roswell, Edgewater Cove is in East Cobb County instead of North Fulton County, making lower property tax rates an important part of why people choose to live in Edgewater Cove in Roswell. But it’s not just lower taxes. Edgewater Cove in Roswell offers excellent amenities for its residents, including a spacious clubhouse, lighted tennis courts with bench seating, and a large pool and deck. View homes for sale in Roswell neighborhoods near Edgewater Cove.
Another great thing about the location of Edgewater Cove in Roswell/East Cobb is the access residents have to award-winning schools, major cities and interstates, and the best shopping in metro Atlanta. Students living in Edgewater Cove in East Cobb will attend Tritt Elementary School, Hightower Middle School, and Pope High School. You can view East Cobb school reports here. Over the last two decades, Tritt Elementary School has won many awards and honors, including being named a Georgia School of Excellence, a National PTA School of Excellence, a National Talents Demonstration School, and a winning a Platinum Award for Highest Percentage in meeting and exceeding academic standards.
Roswell, Georgia is the seventh largest city in Georgia and the area is rich with history. In 2005, CNN named Roswell one of the “Top 100 Places to live in the United States.” In the Frommer’s book, Best Places to Raise Your Family, Roswell was chosen as one of the top three cities in the country. In 2006, the city was ranked as the 18th safest city, according to the book United States by City Crime Rankings published by Morgan Quintno Press. In addition to the booming suburban city life in Roswell, you will find 18 parks covering over 800 acres and spread throughout the city plus parks in East Cobb. These are all reasons why people are choosing to live in Edgewater Cove in Roswell/East Cobb.