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 beautiful space used by the Neighborhood Boards and committees for meetings and parties. It is also available for social events hosted by residents.
Clubhouse Rules and Reservations
When hosting an event at the clubhouse, you must follow the rules of the clubhouse agreement. For example,
The resident host must be in attendance throughout the event.
The event must be for your personal use. For-profit events are not allowed.
Total attendance must not exceed 75 persons.
Your event must conclude by 1:00 AM.
You must clean up after your event. Our housekeeping crew does cleaning (vacuuming, dusting) only. Hosts will be billed for any damage.
Guest parking must be outside the Olde Ivy gates; for example, in the parking lots along Log Cabin Drive.
Attendeesmay not use the swimming pool.
Cooking devices (grills, food warmers, etc.) are not allowed on the clubhouse deck.
The use of glass or other breakables is prohibited in the pool area.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
The pool is located in a lovely setting, surrounded by trees and shrubs, tucked behind the clubhouse. It is open for swimming from May 1 through September 30. Hours are 6:30 AM to 11:30 PM. The two entry gates to the pool area can be opened using your grey fob. If you don’t have a grey fob and need to order one, or if you need to order an extra fob, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pool safety is your responsibility, as Olde Ivy does not employ lifeguards. Pool rules are available here.
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.
Children under 3 must wear swim diapers or other protective pants (Cobb County Department of Health requirement).
No smoking in and around the pool area.
Alcohol consumption in moderation. (No glass bottles allowed.)
Emergency phone is located on the column nearest the pool steps.
Olde Ivy takes great pride in our landscaping, which provides us with a beautiful neighborhood.
All landscaping work throughout the neighborhood is managed by the Landscape Committee and supervised by the Neighborhood Board of Directors.
In addition, the Landscape Committee oversees the irrigation system and has recently installed rain sensors as a part of the system.
For new plantings, the committee selects drought-resistant, low-maintenance, native plants.
Residents enjoy the colorful plantings that are changed with the seasons. Please note that all plantings are the property of Olde Ivy. Do not pick flowers or remove any plants from the grounds (even from your Townhome or Condos area) or plant anything on the grounds without permission of the Landscape Committee.
The Olde Ivy walking trail is 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.