Imagine settling down in Grove City Ohio. This is a growing community with a high number of clean newly built homes that are move-in ready. This is an affordable community that is just far enough away from the big city of Columbus, Ohio. It’s perfect for a starter home, if you’re just getting established.
Ryan’s team would like to show you some of the properties in the area. They can help you understand the complexities of financing, negotiating and bidding, and closing. We’ve been selling homes and buying homes for our clients for a number of years, so if you’re searching in Grove City, or any of the other communities in Central Ohio, we know how to help.
Going to Grove City, Ohio?
History: Grove City is the furthermost southern suburb of Columbus, Ohio (link to page). Grove City was wilderness up until the early 1920s when a town began to grow up around the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. The Beulah Park racetrack kept the area alive and thriving through the decades until it finally closed in 2013. But by then Grove City had established itself as a business hub, located a few steps from major highways connecting the town with Columbus and all points south.
Population: Around 37,500.
Average Income and Home Sales. Household income hovers around $67,000 and the average home is worth about $155,000.
Schools: Grove City Area School District.
Taxes: Lower than the average Columbus suburb.
Goings On in Grove City: No visit to Grove City is complete without a trip to Plum Run Winery. Since we’re on the topic of wine, check out the Grove City Wine & Arts Festival every June. Evans Park is a fabulous 10-acre aquatic facility that is packed every summer. We also get a kick out of Grove City’s charming Historic Town Center that includes the Grove City Welcome Center & Museum.
Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.