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Old 10-05-2013, 08:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Born 2 Roll View Post
...Marietta City Schools is an excellent school system that does a heck-of-a-lot (works wonders) with the hand that it has been dealt with the very-high transient population that lives in the very-large amount of lower-priced multi-family housing (aging apartments and townhomes) within the district.
Thanks, Born-Two!

But remember, the City of Marietta also has large amounts middle, upper-middle, and upper class neighborhoods with a variety of styles and from various time periods:

*19th century neighborhoods
*early 20th century/Pre-WWII neighborhoods
*ranch and split-level neighborhoods
*Classic late 1970s and 1980s "five, four, and a door" neighborhoods
*Newer-construction/brand-new neighborhoods from the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s.


Like St. Marks said, the City of Marietta is like a full/real Southern town in the middle of a dynamic metropolitan area--and with its own innovative school system!

Just about any housing type, style, and price-level can be found in the City of Marietta. Including many trendy lofts and condos near the town square. If somebody is looking for something, they'll find in the City of Marietta.
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