About Kennesaw, Georgia
Kennesaw is conveniently located near Interstate 75 and U.S. Highway 41 in North Cobb County offering easy access to those major transportation routes, as well as being adjacent to Town Center at Cobb, a premiere shopping and retail area. In addition, Georgia's third busiest airport, Cobb County Airport-McCollum Field, is minutes away and caters to business travelers using personal or corporate aircraft.
The drive from Kennesaw to downtown Atlanta is quick during low traffic, but if you're commuting time is shared with the majority (between 7:30-9am and 4:30-7pm), plan on lots of time in the car and many fresh gray hairs. What could have taken 15 minutes may during rush hour regularly take an hour. Check your commute before committing to your purchase. If the commute works for you, you will absolutely love living in Kennesaw.
Recreation includes tennis and golf facilities, and natural recreation areas such as Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Lake Acworth, Lake Allatoona and the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area.
Information for Kennesaw, GA ZIP Code 30144
Median household income - $65,408
Median home cost - $148,700
Home appreciation - (-11.03%)
Population - 53,108
Population density (per sq. mile) - 2,341
Population growth since 2000 - 33.68%
Information for Kennesaw, GA ZIP Code 30152
Median household income - $83,703
Median home cost - $184,550
Home appreciation - (-9.18%)
Population - 42,218
Population density (per sq. mile) - 1,962
Population growth since 2000 - 45.61%