The Legacy of Walton Village

1570 Roberta Drive

Marietta, Georgia  30008


Elegant 55+ Apartment Community Outside of Atlanta, Georgia Has Won Awards for Safety and Design

The Legacy at Walton Village is a gated, 55+ apartment community located in historic Marietta, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta.  Not everyone wants to take on a mortgage during retirement, and this well-kept community is an alternative to purchasing real estate.  The Legacy at Walton Village has won several awards and offers elegant units that are light and airy with high ceilings and lots of windows.


Potential residents may choose from a one bedroom floor plan and a two bedroom floor plan.  The one bedroom has 750 sq. ft., one bath, a laundry area, a complete kitchen with energy efficient appliances and a fire sprinkler system.  Rental prices start in the low-$700s per month.    The two bedroom has two baths, 1,100 sq. ft. and leases prices start in the low-$800s per month. All units have balconies, are wheel chair accessible and come with roll-in showers.  The buildings are three stories tall and have elevators.  

Residents enjoy a clubhouse, a resort-style pool, a library, a media center, a movie theater and two fitness centers, as well as an array of social activities, planned events, outings and classes.  

The grounds are lush with trees and gardens; there is even a large vegetable garden.    Small pets (30 lbs. and under) are allowed.

In addition to being warm and welcoming, The Legacy at Walton Village is safe and well designed.  Last year, in recognition of its construction methods and attention to detail, the community received the "Best Practices" award from Cobb Senior Services, the county's senior resource organization, and the City of Marietta's police department awarded the community its Crime Free Housing Certification.  All of which should make any retiree very comfortable calling this community home.  Contact The Legacy at Walton Village at www.waltoncommunities.com/atlanta-adult-communities/legacy-at-walton-village for more information.


Marietta dates from 1824 but was burned by General William Tecumseh Sherman in 1864, marking the beginning of his march to the sea.  Today the city (population 68,000) is racially diverse, with some good areas and some less desirable areas.  The overall cost of living is below the national average, but the median household income is slightly above the national average (the crime rate is also above the national average).  The area receives 4 to 5 inches of precipitation per month, with summer temperatures in the 90s and winter temperatures in the 30s, 40s and 50s.

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