Where should I live in Columbus Ohio?
Wondering Where to Live in Columbus Ohio?
Columbus Ohio has over 100 distinct neighborhoods and communities or subdivisions from the major downtown area to surrounding towns and villages. As the largest city in the state of Ohio and home to over 2 million people, it can be confusing and somewhat frustrating to find exactly where to live. As a professional Columbus Ohio real estate agent is not only my job but my passion to help new buyers and those moving from out-of-state or out of city find exactly what they're looking for in the price range that they need.
There are several masterfully planned communities and development around the downtown Columbus area such as the Arena District. Many of these affluent communities and homes offer estates over $500,000 or more. Other communities such as Clintonville offers a variety of house designs and styles built in the 1950s such as Cape Cod’s, Rancho ramblers, and several split level homes. It’s close to schools and many parks in the area.
Speaking of parks, German Village is a great community just south of I70 and offers historical districts, parks and recreational facilities, classic and Victorian homes plus some newer designs. Flytown is a unique community just northwest of the downtown area and offers a Victorian Village which at the 19th century was considered the center of the Irish -American community and is often nicknamed "Irish Broadway".
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Glen Echo is a unique vintage or historical neighborhood north of University featuring homes from the 1910s to 1940s. This is perfect for a middle-class development and offers easy access if not even walking distance to several local elementary and middle schools.
The North-end which covers subdivisions from North Woods, Worthington, Northwood Park and more are in a few of the outlying regions of the downtown area and feature a combination of historical and newer homes.
The University District tends to be one of the more popular and more notable communities in Columbus. It's the home of the Ohio State University and several medical facilities. The Ohio Stadium and Schottenstein Center is also located in the University District and their several boutiques, retail, shops, cafes and restaurants for the college life and those that choose to live in the University District.
Of course, these are just some of the dozens of communities and neighborhoods in the downtown Columbus area. Once you get out of the downtown area you're likely to find beautiful homes and neighborhoods in Gahanna, Lewis Center, Worthington, Westerville, Dublin, Powell and more.
As a Columbus Realtor I want to make your move to the Columbus area easy and hassle-free. Let me start by introducing you to some of the best neighborhoods in the area, helping you find a home in your price range and one you'll love for years to come. I look forward to talking to you today. Photo Source by Columbusite
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