A culturally diverse neighborhood, the Atlanta suburb of Cumberland, is located in Smyrna/Vinings. Cumberland is just 10 minutes from downtown Atlanta. It is easily accessible to major Interstates 285, 20, and 75, and can be found northwest of the city.
Cumberland is in close proximity to the eco-friendly Silver Comet Trail – a non-motorized track for runners, hikers, walkers, rollerbladers, bicyclists, dogs, and it is wheelchair accessible. The Silver Comet Trail is over 61 miles long, and starts near the Vinings and ends at the Georgia/Alabama state line.
Shopping options are in excess in Cumberland, with Cumberland Mall, which hosts Macy’s, Sears, and Costco as anchors. Cobb Galleria Centre, a short walk from Cumberland Mall, across a pedestrian bridge, can also be found in Smyrna. Cobb Galleria Centre hosts exhibitors and top-notch events, such as the Georgia Bridal Show, and the Southeastern Flower Show.
Cumberland is adjacent to the Chattahoochee River, which is a 430-mile river flowing through or along the borders of Georgia, Alabama, and Florida and empties into Apalachicola Bay in the Gulf of Mexico. Vinings boasts a rich historic significance, including post-civil war buildings, statues, and streets.
Cumberland’s housing boasts town homes, single-family homes, condominiums, and a plethora of luxury apartments, as well as some of the most top-rated public schools in Cobb County, The Vinings School of Art can also be found in this jurisdiction. The school offers classes for both children and adults. The youngest students are 1 1/2 to 2 years old. The Vinings School of Art has classes in Fine Arts (painting, drawing, and sculpture), Dramatic Arts, Languages Arts (Spanish & French), and Music Theory & Piano.
Cumberland has several other top-notch educational choices, all located less than 30 minutes from the community. Among educational facilities in the area are the Chattahoochee Technical College, Kennesaw State University, Life University, and Southern Polytechnic State University.