German Village is an eclectic, historic and artistic community on the edge of the city. It’s tricky buying and selling in the village, because the demand for some of these cool, classic homes is very high. That’s why, if you’re seeking to join this community, you should consider the top performing Century21 team.
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German Village, Ohio
History: German Village isn’t just for Germans. But back in 1865, around the founding of German Village, roughly one-third of the population was made up of German immigrants. Today, the quaint brick-lined streets are filled with lovely historic brick homes in about a three-mile square niche nestled just steps from downtown Columbus, Ohio (hyper link to downtown Columbus, Ohio page).
Cost to Live Here: The median income is around $56,000 but the average home sells for more than $336,000 making this a solid community to invest in.
Schools: Most of the area falls under the Columbus Public School District, although some homes to the east of the community fall under while homes to the north fall under Hilliard City School District, and western homes are served by West Jefferson Local Schools.
Taxes: Moderate, and governed under the city of Columbus.
Events in German Village, Ohio: Taking a self-guided walking tour of the village is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. In October, you can celebrate Halloween with the Ghost Tour of this interesting and lovely town. Of course no visit is complete with out some hearty German food at Schmidt’s. Tip: Save room for the cream puff!
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