Buying or Selling a Home in Alexandria
The Village of Alexandria boasts some of the most gorgeous farms in the region. Located on route 37 in Scioto County, Alexandria has a mile long main street populated by local businesses. It’s a quaint, charming place, off the beaten track but very close to every city amenity imaginable.
If you’re buying or selling a property in Alexandria, call us. No one understands this historic farming community better than your hometown real estate professionals. Alexandria is a very desirable community to live in, especially if you’re interested in having a sprawling farmhouse with big colorful gardens. This quiet, rural place would be perfect for your family – and we have the perfect relocation experts to help you.
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If you’ve never purchased or sold your home, we know you have lots of questions. You may search the Internet for answers, but there is nothing like the advice and support that can come from a professional. We can help you answer some of the most difficult questions related to buying or selling a home. For example:
- Which communities have the best schools?
- What parts of Central Ohio struggle with property crime?
- What should I look for in a realtor?
- I’m a first time homebuyer; where do I start?
- When should I lower my price – or should I?
- If I’m selling, does it make sense to purchase a home warranty?
We have all the information you need on selling or buying your next home. We invite you to call us today for a free consultation.
Facts About Alexandria Ohio
History: Alexandria was found in 1830 as a center for farming and trade in the area. Early settlers set stakes on the west bank of the Scioto River where it connected with the big Ohio River and you’ll find the descendants of those farms still residing here today. One of the original buildings, the Alexandria Baptist Church still stands there today.
Population: Around 600 residents in 200 households.
What’s it Like to Live There: This is a safe, friendly community that has become very attractive to new homebuyers. There is a rich history of family farming that it is becoming increasingly difficult to find for the homeowner seeking the influence of a rural community with access to city amenities. There are still historic single-family farm homes for sale in the area, along with new builds; these buildings are very well kept. There are four active churches in the village.
Schools: Northridge Local School District has four facilities in the area including the newly built Northridge High School in neighboring Johnstown.
Taxes: Alexandria taxes are quite low for the area. The village has a well-maintained sewer and water system.
Fun Activities in and Around Alexandria: Bakers Acres is hands-down, our favorite garden center in the region. But shopping downtown Alexandria must include a visit to Alexandria Antiques and the Sunbear Studio and Gallery, which features the work of 30 Ohio artisans and offers painting and pottery classes. We also enjoy prospecting for antiques at Pat’s Liberty Barn. There is ample history to explore here, from a museum in the town square to Indian mounds.
Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.