Olde Ivy residents enjoy 24-hour access to a fitness center, seasonal use of the pool, and year round enjoyment of a walking trail and landscaped grounds. A neighborhood clubhouse with living and dining rooms, fireplace, kitchen, widescreen TV, and balcony overlooking the pool is available for Neighborhood functions and can be rented to residents for a modest fee.

Entry gates to the neighborhood enhance privacy and protection, and residents can screen or admit visitors from their home phones.


The Olde Ivy clubhouse is a wonderful space for the entire community. It is available for use by the residents of Olde Ivy for social events. The Clubhouse may not be used for any business or commercial purposes.

Clubhouse Rules and Reservations

Here are a few hints to keep in mind when considering your type of event and whether or not the Clubhouse is appropriate for your event:

  • You, the event host, must be in attendance throughout the event.

  • The maximum number of guests is 75.

  • Residents are not permitted to bring in dance floors.

  • You must use table pads (located in the kitchen) on the dining room table, and provide your own table linens.

  • No smoking in the Clubhouse or on the decks.

  • No open flames are allowed. (Use electronic candles, instead.)

  • No tape is allowed on painted surfaces.

  • You must remove any stains on the carpets before your security deposit is refunded. Emergency cleaning supplies are located under the kitchen sink and include a bucket, Resolve carpet cleaner, Mr. Clean magic erasers, sponges, and other supplies.

  • The refrigerator is not capable of cooling large quantities of un-cooled beverages. To ensure that your beverages are chilled, either bring cold beverages or put them in coolers with ice before your event.

  • You must remove all trash after your event. Place it in the large trash bins outside of the fitness center doors.

A checklist is posted in the kitchen for your convenience. Additional rules may be outlined in your contract to rent the Clubhouse.

To reserve the clubhouse for an event, please read and sign the Clubhouse Rules and Agreement. Then, print and mail the form with your deposit checks, as described in the document.

For additional information, contact clubhouse@oldeivy.org.

Fitness Center

The Fitness Center provides 24-hour access to all residents. It includes a variety of workout machines, including treadmills, eliptical trainers, and weight machines, with wall-mounted televisions for distraction. In addition, there are free weights and a mirrored area with mats.  The center includes restrooms and shower facilities.

Fitness Center rules are available here.

Enter the access code to enter the Fitness Center building, and use the grey fob to enter the Fitness Center itself. To obtain the Fitness Center building access code, email propertymanager@oldeivy.org.


The Olde Ivy pool is open to all residents from approximately May 1 to approximately September 30. Hours are 6:30 AM to 11:30 PM. There is no lifeguard, so pool safety is entirely your responsibility.

Use the grey fob to enter the pool area. Pool rules are available here.

Please remember:

  • No glass or other breakables in the pool area. Broken glass is dangerous and requires a major professional cleaning effort that may require draining the pool.

  • No children under age of 16 without a parent or responsible adult in supervision. 

  • Ratio of under-16 children to supervisors must be no greater than five to one.

  • Children under 3 must wear swim diapers or other protective pants (Cobb County Department of Health requirement).

  • No smoking in the pool area.

  • Alcohol consumption in moderation. (No glass bottles allowed.)

  • Emergency phone is located on the column nearest the pool steps.

Walking Trail

The Olde Ivy walking trail is a loop, approximately a third of a mile long, located in the middle of the neighborhood. It is accessible from a stairway near the pool area and several stairways near The Manor buildings.

Because of the risk of fire, it is especially important that you do not smoke on the walking trail.

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