THE WATERFORD

Established in 1986, The Waterford features a Clubhouse, a Cabana, 2 Swimming Pools, 3 Tennis Courts, 2 Pickleball Courts, and a Play Area.  The Waterford utilizes a long range reserve planning study to ensure the proper maintenance of all Amenities and Common Property.

Ground was broken on The Waterford development in 1986.  It was the first development of its kind in Bartow County to include the Amenities which we still enjoy today.  Amenities include a Clubhouse, a Cabana, 2 Swimming Pools, 3 Tennis Courts, 2 Pickleball Courts, and a Play Area.  The Waterford utilizes a long range reserve planning study to ensure the proper maintenance of all Amenities and Common Property.  Recent updates or renovations include repaving the Tennis Courts (2023), the Pavilion (2022), Pool Restrooms (2020), Pickleball Courts (2016), etc. 

The first home groundbreaking was May 31, 1988, at 16 Buckingham Court by Scott Parmenter and family (who still reside there).  The development was completed in Phases, with the Etowah River Lots being in the last Phase.  There are a total of 447 Lots in The Waterford.  Note:  When entering The Waterford on Glen Cove Drive, the first six homes on the right and the sixth home on the left (up in the woods) are not part of development.  These seven homes do graciously use Waterford mail posts in order to give a uniform appearance to the development. 

THE WATERFORD
CARTERSVILLE, GA

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PO Box 2545
Cartersville, GA  30120
678 447 7391

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