Gahanna, Ohio is accessible to everything happening in Central Ohio via main highways I-270 and I-670. But that’s not what makes this a desirable place to live. Gahanna has a small suburban feel, with a very quaint downtown, a huge modern high school and a surprising amount of business and industry in the area.
We list homes for sale in Gahanna, along with other Central Ohio communities and would be proud to help you find a place in one of the peaceful, crime free neighborhoods in Gahanna.
Ryan Grover is ready to help your family join this lovely suburban community. We have our finger on the pulse of real estate ups and downs; this expertise can help guide you from pre-approval to closing day.
Go Home to Gahanna
Gahanna, Ohio was founded in 1849. The town sprawls along the Big Walnut Creek. The name “Gahanna” comes from a Native American word for three creeks that come together. Today, the Olde Gahanna Community Partnership works to promote the history of the community as well as fun family oriented events like Paws in the Plaza. Current population is 34,000 and income levels hover at $72,000. The typical home listing closes around $180,700. Here are some more Gahanna fast facts:
- Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools
- Municipal income tax is 1.5%, the state sales tax is 7.00% and the personal property tax, depending upon your location, runs around $100 per $1000 of property value.
Goings on in Gahanna: For a small community, Gahanna has a surprising amount of great things to do. From the Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival to Gahanna Herb Day Gahanna bills itself as the “Herb Capital of Ohio,” and hosts the free Herb Day Festival put on by the Ohio Herb Education Center every spring.
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