Dublin is exploding with new growth. It has become the technology center of Central Ohio, attracting young urban professionals with advanced degrees and knowledge in software programming and information technology. Buying a home here is simply a smart investment, but it takes real market savvy to stay competitive in a community where the demand for housing is so high. Ryan Grover has the residential real estate experience in the Dublin community and around Central Ohio to help you make the best real estate decisions, no matter if you’re buying or selling a home.
Dublin, Ohio – Not just for the Irish
History: Dublin was founded in 1802. The village was named after Dublin, Ireland. In the 1970s with the completion of the Columbus I-270 outer belt, the village turned into a suburban business center. Today, lovely homes with large green spaces sit near industry and commerce. Numerous corporate headquarters make their home in Dublin including hamburger chain Wendy’s International, Cardinal Health, Stanley Steamer, and Ashland, Inc. Dublin Methodist Hospital, part of OhioHealth opened in 2008.
Who lives here? Nearly 44,000 residents make their home here. This is a wealthy population; the median income is over six figures in the Dublin area. Average home price is over $300,000 and the Dublin area has some of the best schools in Central Ohio.
What To Do Around Dublin: Each year Dublin hosts the PGA Memorial Tournament which is simply an amazing experience, whether you love golf or not. The Dublin Irish Festival is one of the largest celebrations of Ireland in the U.S., three nights of food, music, dancing and fun for the whole family.
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