Welcome to Lakeside at Town Center
Lakeside at Town Center is our sophisticated modern take on the classic regal lake house design.
Lakeside at Town Center is our sophisticated modern take on the classic regal lake house design, where cutting edge suburban home meets countryside getaway. As you step inside any of our floor plans, you will immediately appreciate the 9-foot ceilings, fireplaces, spacious walk-in closets, patios or balconies, and beautiful views. The kitchens include stainless steel appliances and brushed nickel hardware, while the built-in wine racks and extra storage add an extra layer of convenience. Additional features like double vanities, temperature control, intrusion alarms, washer/dryer hookups, and built-in desks complement our Lakeside apartments’ modern look in Marietta, GA.View Gallery
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Where Relaxation is Key
Find the home that speaks to you at Lakeside at Town Center Apartments.
Sophisticated and comfortable, our luxury apartments in Marietta, GA, bring forward a fine collection of high-end amenities and incredible community perks that will enhance your lifestyle. Your upscale experience starts with a stroll through our finely manicured grounds. The lighted boardwalk overlooking the lake is perfect for a relaxed afternoon, while the cozy clubhouse and all its snug seating areas are a great place to socialize with neighbors. To crown it all, our community also welcomes you with professional maintenance and management services, a pet-friendly atmosphere, and short-term leases.Explore Amenities
Leisure + Comfort
Lake with Fountain
Make Yourself at Home in Marietta
Our community has that special something hard to find anywhere else.
Not only does the Lakeside community have an array of activities to offer, but so does the surrounding town of Marietta and nearby Kennesaw. Several annual festivals and parades like the Big Shanty Festival draw over 60,000 people each April, who come from throughout the state to browse the many arts and crafts booths and dozens of food booths set up downtown. The city is also rolling out public wireless internet in several of its parks and common spaces, and Kennesaw State University has opened its Museum of History and Holocaust Education (as well as its Bentley Rare Book Room and Archives) to members of the community.Explore The Neighborhood