Hebron is just 30 minutes east of Columbus on the Old National Trail, or historic State Route #40. Hebron Ohio is worth the trip. Hebron is just minutes away from Buckeye Lake, which serves as the center of outdoor recreational pursuits in the warmer months.
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History: Hebron was another village built to capitalize on the Ohio Canal System. By the mid 1800s Hebron was well on its way, with sawmills and distilleries, farms and warehouses. Today, it still boasts a strategic location, just far enough from Columbus to avoid big-city crime, but still within commuting distance. It has easy access to the major interstate, I70.
Population: Around 3,000 in 1,000 households.
Quality of Living: Household income for Hebron residents is around $40,000 annually, which is less than the state average. Median home values are around $105,000. This is a clean, safe community that emphasizes big box retail outlets. From garden supplies to home improvement, Hebron has it for sale in modern, convenient, family friendly storefronts. The town itself is surrounded by highly productive farm lands filled with the corn, wheat and soybeans, typical in a rural Ohio community. However, the crime rate remains below any of the surrounding communities. When coupled with an extremely active planning commission and robust village services, this marks Hebron as a community to keep your eye on for future real estate investment opportunities.
Schools: Lakewood Local Schools.
Taxes: Around $10.00 per $1,000 of valuation which is quite low.
Hello, Hebron: Hebron is park-happy; there are lighted softball fields, picnic shelters, playgrounds and amble hiking trails all over the village. Wait – there’s more. You’ll find football fields open to the public, soccer and little league spots, a dirt bike track and basketball courts. With all this at your fingertips, you’ll have no excuse not to exercise! But our favorite is probably the Dawes Aboretum, which is simply a lovely experience. Camp Dawes summer camp is also outstanding for kids. Finally, the National Trail Raceway is very cool.
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