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Councilman Andy Morris, who represents Ward 4 where the neighborhood will be built, said he heard about the project two months ago.
The families date back in Cobb County for generations, so they know the area well, Tumlin said.
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The continuous stretch of land being incorporated into the city could include annexing properties across Burnt Hickory Road.
Gravis Sams, who has been a zoning attorney for 34 years and represents the developers, said the exteriors will have a mixture of brick, stacked stone and Hardiplank siding. Prices will range between $750,000 to $1.5 million.
Mayor Steve Tumlin said the new development will quickly blend with the area.
Dye said the exclusive area will have private streets, which will not require maintenance from the city, and will increase the city's tax digest.
After a recommendation by the Planning Commission in favor of The Farm at the Retreat, the City Council on Oct. 9 unanimously approved the new development off Burnt Hickory Road, east of Barrett Parkway.
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variances, such as an 8 foot high entry gate that will be set back from Burnt Hickory Road by 50 feet.
"This is a strategic expansion of the city's boundaries," Sams said.
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"Nearby communities love it because it keeps their property values up," Dye said.
Tumlin said the high quality development strengthens the city and "complements our growth to the west."
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Marshall Dye, who served on the Marietta Board of Zoning Appeals for seven years and is running in Ward 4 against Morris, said since the community is so small, sidewalks are not necessary and that saves the homeowners more than $200,000.
the year, Sams said. Construction of the homes could begin during that period.
"It was a very easy decision," Morris said.
"There is almost no drawback," Tumlin said.
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MARIETTA Six Cobb families have joined together to develop a gated community in the latest expansion of the city's boundary west toward Kennesaw Mountain.
Others increased the maximum length of the cul de sac from 700 to 940 feet and removed the requirement for a sidewalk along Burnt Hickory Road.
"It is almost a friendship corporation," Tumlin said.
The property is zoned as low density residential and does not include a club house or other amenities often placed in sprawling neighborhoods.
The future homeowners, who Tumlin described as young professionals, formed the Farm at the Retreat LLC to develop the property, which is surrounded on three sides by the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.
The approval of the five proposed home sites along with the annexation of 2 acres from Cobb County into Marietta includes one existing house that will be remodeled.
Farm at the Retreat will sit next to an existing gated, exclusive housing subdivision, the Retreat at Kennesaw Mountain.
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