Acworth is located approximately 35 miles north of Atlanta, in Cobb County. Acworth homes and neighborhoods appeal to a lot of people. With a population of about 32,000, this neighborhood is neither too big nor too small - a place where you are near enough to the conveniences of metro Atlanta without having to be in the center of it all. Read more
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Acworth is a great place to be if you love the outdoors; there are 13 parks, multiple baseball diamonds, and several football fields. You can enjoy regular open-air concerts during the summer, and there is an ongoing Classic Car Cruise for automobile lovers of all ages. Gourmet food tastings round off the menu of cultural offerings. Acworth is family-friendly; you’ll also find much to entertain kids of all ages!
Recreation is another big draw for Acworth real estate buyers. The Lake City counts both Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona as part of its appeal; thanks to the mild climate here, this means lots of time for water sports. Golfers should take note that Acworth is home to Cobblestone, one of the most challenging public courses in the state.
The downtown area of Acworth is split by Western & Atlantic Railroad tracks. How did Acworth get its name? In 1842, the area’s railroad stop was the first place rail workers could take on water for the trains. Struck by the natural beauty of the area, a railway engineer suggested it be named for his hometown of Acworth, Connecticut. The name stuck.
There’s history aplenty in the Acworth area. You can visit a restored Victorian Mansion or an actual fossil digging site; nearby you’ll find a railroad museum, a Western art museum, and Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, the site of one of the key battles of the Civil War.
Acworth’s quaint downtown area has recently enjoyed a rejuvenation. It now offers a wonderful array of shops and restaurants to complement the town’s lovely storefront architecture and the natural appeal of its setting. All of this is surrounded by two stunning landmarks: the rolling foothills of the Northern Georgia Mountains and the shores of two lakes. Like this combination of soil and water, Acworth brings some interesting contrasts together.
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