Finding a real estate representative that is knowledgeable about even the smallest of communities, like Blacklick, is difficult. In some ways Blacklick is perhaps slightly neglected by the majority of the real estate community, but Ryan Grover considers it a hidden gem.
This small town has big potential when it comes to finding your perfect home. Email Ryan today to discover why his approach to real estate is different from the average agent.
History: Blacklick, Ohio is a tiny unincorporated township marked by a railroad track and Blacklick Creek. Laid-back country living three steps from every urban and suburban amenity. If you want country living on the outskirts of a metropolitan city, Blacklick is a community with your name on it.
Population: There are 24,288 people living in the 43004 zip code.
Schools: This community has no specific school district, but is divided among five excellent systems: Columbus City Schools, Gahanna-Jefferson City Schools, Liking Heights Local School District and Reynoldsburg City Schools.
Taxes: Historically very low.
Explore Blacklick: If you like to explore, Ryan suggests a Sunday afternoon drive east or west on historic route U.S. Route 40. You’ll pass through many small towns in both directions. Going east? Check out Zanesville’s Y-Bridge, which dates back to 1814. Make sure you check out the Longaberger Homestead with the famous HQ shaped, of course, like a picnic basket. If you’re meandering U.S. Route 40 to the west, zip down to Young’s Jersey Dairy and grab an ice cream cone before hiking off the calories at Glen Helen Nature Preserve in historic Yellow Springs, Ohio.
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