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  Find facts about various communities surrounding the Columbus area. Click on community name, most will be linked to a community home page.  

Bexley: Location - 2 miles east of downtown Columbus. In Bexley you will find quaint and beautiful streets, specialty shops, fine dining and Ohio's oldest university, Capital University. Bexley began as a combination of faculty homes for Capital University which moved to this location in 1876. It started to take permanent shape in 1906 with the building of several palatial mansions. Others followed and a pattern of elegance was established. Newer homes are smaller but still show the community's distinction.  

Canal Winchester
Canal Winchester: One of the oldest communities in Ohio located in Southwestern Franklin County. The name reflects the Ohio-Erie Canal that brought people and goods to the area in 1831. Today the Village is booming and hundreds of new single-family homes are being built for those who prefer country living amid rolling hills and farmlands. For more information you can call the Village of Canal Winchester Municipal Building 614-837-7493.  

Columbus: Columbus the capital of Ohio, is the fastest growing city in Ohio. You'll find beautiful new residential subdivisions reaching far out along its busy highway systems and nestled among the trees on the banks of its several rivers and streams.

Just as neighborhood communities that outline the city have developed distinct images for themselves, so have the many areas within the city.

To the northeast are a number of subdivisions ranging from the older and established, to the new. Most are in large carefully planned areas such as Minerva Park, Sharon Woods, and Forest Park with homes by a number of well-known builders.

To the west and south of Worthington, such areas as Indian Hills, Sycamore Hills, and The Knolls offer a wide variety of available homes.

Closer in, the established communities of Clintonville and Beechwold have a selection of fine older homes of 30 to 50 years old.

Just to the south of downtown is German Village, probably the oldest part of Columbus. Here in recent years a German Village Society was formed to promote the restoration of these fine old homes. They are mostly small brick residences built close to the sidewalks with picturesque iron fences patterned after housing in Germany. The addition of old-world style apartments has made it one of the most sought after areas for young singles and the downtown career people. Housing in German Village is unique and will have a wide range of prices. You can eliminate your automobile with a 15-to-20 minute walk to downtown Columbus.
Delaware: Located 12 miles north of Columbus is central Delaware, named for the Native American that once occupied the region. The city of Delaware is the seat of Ohio's fastest-growing county, also called Delaware. You can find stately historic homes and large subdivisions in Delaware county.
Dublin: Northwest Franklin County location with easy accessibility to downtown Columbus. Home of the famous Memorial Golf Tournament. Recreation: Fitness center opened in 1996, many walking trails. Enjoy the Scioto River and Columbus Zoo!
Gahanna: Location: Eastern Franklin County, easy accessibility to downtown Columbus and the Port Columbus International Airport. You can enjoy the Gahanna Woods Nature Preserve as well as a city park system that includes bike paths and walking trails.  

Grandview Heights
Grandview: Just minutes from downtown Columbus: In Grandview you will enjoy beautiful tree-lined streets, a hip urban lifestyle with the quaint warmth of a small town. Downtown Grandview features a movie theater, eclectic shops, and a variety of restaurants, all within walking distance to the majority of the community. Driving time to downtown Columbus and OSU is approximately five to ten minutes.


Granville: Location: 30 miles east of Columbus. The home of Dennison University, the historic Granville and the Buxton Inns/Restaurants. For more information you can call the Granville Village Office at 740-587-0707.  

Grove City
Grove City: Location: Southwest of downtown Columbus. Was voted the most livable community in Central Ohio by an independent consulting firm. Home of Beulah Park, a thoroughbred race track. Enjoy the beautiful herb beds at Gantz Farm.  

Groveport is located in the southeast section of Franklin County. This location provides the village with excellent access to downtown Columbus via State Route 33 and I-270. Driving time to downtown is twenty to twenty-five minutes. Groveport is also known for APPLE BUTTER DAY in October each year. Groveport is immediately adjacent to the Rickenbacker International Airport.


Hilliard: Location: 15 miles west from downtown Columbus. A wide variety of housing from the nineteenth century flavor and beauty of Old Hilliard to the contemporary grace of Shire Cove, overlooking the scenic Griggs Reservoir. Home of the Franklin County Fairgrounds. Recreation: 17 Parks, 2 swimming pools.  

New Albany
New Albany: Location: Northeast corner of Franklin County. Elegant country living. New Albany is a pleasant and hospitable village just a few miles northeast of Columbus, offering life in the country, yet close to the city. This area is also famous for its horse farms.

Pataskala, an Indian name for Bright Waters of the Licking River, is a small hamlet in Licking County, Ohio, located only 25 minutes from the State Capital in Columbus. Pataskala is situated on State Routes 16 and 310, only three miles north of Exit 118 off I-70. Although Pataskala is a small community, its surrounding area population has doubled in the last 10 years.


Pickerington: Location: 20 miles southeast of Columbus in Fairfield County. A fast growing rural/suburban village. Founded in 1815, Pickerington is a charter community with the Mayor-Council-Manager form of government. Designated Violet Capital of Ohio in 1995 by the Ohio State Senate. Violet Festival held every spring in Olde Downtown Pickerington.


Powell Location: Southern Delaware County: The historic Villlage of Powell is known for its quaint antique shops. This once rural location now combines upscale and country living with convenient shopping and freeways.  

Reynoldsburg: Location: Convenient to downtown Columbus and the Port Columbus International Airport. Reynoldsburg is known as the "Birthplace of the Commercial Tomato" as Alexander W. Livingston, Plant Breeder, Horticulturist and Seed Merchant, was born here and became internationally known through his development of the tomato.  

Upper Arlington
Upper Arlington: Location: Within a 10 to 15 minute drive from Downtown Columbus. Upper Arlington, one of the oldest suburbs of Columbus, has a very picturesque setting comprised of stone homes, beautiful tree-lined streets and many acres of parks.  

Westerville: Location: Northeast of Columbus. About 12 miles from downtown Columbus. Founded in 1818. The restored uptown district features brick sidewalks and Victorian storefronts. Westerville residents love the close proximity to Blendon Woods and Sharon Woods parks. Westerville has excellent access to all areas of central Ohio and downtown Columbus that is provided by I-270 and I-71. Driving time to downtown during rush hours will be 20-25 minutes.


Worthington: Location: Due north in northern Franklin County. Worthington was founded in 1802 and is one of the most historic communities in Central Ohio. Worthington has grown into a well established community-yet maintaining its old Connecticut atmosphere. The parks and recreation department maintains an extensive program including swimming, tennis and parks. Worthington offers a wide variety of homes, both in style and price range. The proximity to the I-270 outerbelt with Interstate 71 and Route 315 makes transportation to downtown Columbus easy, allowing fifteen to twenty minutes driving time at rush hours.