The Chimney Springs located in Marietta, Georgia community has much to offer – beautiful homes, great neighbors, well-landscaped grounds, a top-notch swimming pool, and a tremendous tennis facility. The neighborhood also has a beautiful natural lake area, jogging trails, bike paths, basketball courts, three mini-parks, cul-de-sac islands, and other common properties called greenbelt areas. The recently renovated Clubhouse is available for rent to Homeowners. The neighborhood takes great pride in the neighborhood. They are glad that you’ve visited the site to learn more about us.
Homeowner Association membership is mandatory with homeownership. The Association is funded by a mandatory assessment that is billed semi-annually, in January and July of each year. The Association is a nonprofit corporation (although not tax-exempt). The assessment provides funds for the maintenance and operation of the Association.
In 1973 development of the Chimney Springs Subdivision of Marietta was begun by Arvida of Georgia, Inc. (“Arvida”). Arvida was a subsidiary of Arvida Corporation, the owner of numerous properties in Florida, including the 5-star Boca Raton Hotel and Club, and Sawgrass Resort. At that time Johnson Ferry and Upper Roswell Road (Hwy. 120) only had 2 lanes. In 1975 Ralph and Carolyn Cordaro became the first homeowners in Chimney Springs and still reside here. In 1976 construction of the pool, 4 unlit tennis courts, and the mini-park on Three Springs Court was completed by Arvida.
That same year it completed construction of the sales office which later became the clubhouse and acquired from Westinghouse Electric Corporation what was known as the Walden Lane section of Chimney Springs. That added about 100 lots to Chimney Springs. EZ Marietta Junk Removal
The Chimney Springs clubhouse and recreational facilities are located at 2465 Hearthstone Circle, Marietta, GA 30062.
Take the Northridge Road exit#6. The exit will circle back over GA 400, and merge into Northridge. Take Northridge Road to its end and make a right onto Roswell Road/Highway 9. Continue on Roswell Road/Highway 9 for approximately 2 miles. The road’s name will change to South Atlanta Street once you have crossed the Chattahoochee River. Continue on South Atlanta Street to the intersection of Highway 120/Marietta Highway. The Roswell Mill building is on the right. Turn left onto Highway 120 and continue approximately 3 miles to the intersection of Bishop Lake Road (St. Ann’s church on right). Turn Right onto Bishop Lake Road. Make first right onto Chimney Springs Drive. Continue on Chimney Springs Drive for 1.1 miles to the intersection of Hearthstone Circle. Turn left onto Hearthstone Circle, and the clubhouse is on the left.
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