Bexley Ohio Real Estate

Gorgeous, classy Bexley, Ohio has some of the most classic homes in Central, Ohio. While Bexley is a suburb of Columbus, visiting its tree-lined streets feels more like a town or village and less like a suburb of a large metropolitan city. Searching for a home in Bexley takes a lot of real estate know-how because this community is one of the most desirable to move to in the city.

Bexley’s Best – The Grover Group

If you have a home in Bexley, we can help you prepare it so it’s ready to move fast at the best price. If you’re shopping, relocating to Bexley takes an experienced real estate team – especially in such a competitive market.

Century21 has a long tradition of helping families relocate. We’re proud to be a part of this tradition.

Bexley Ohio Interesting Facts

History: Bexley, Ohio is in Franklin County, and a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Incorporated in 1908, Bexley is home to Capital University.

Residents Living Here: There are 4,000 households currently in Bexley with13,000 residents in 4,000 households.

Living in Bexley: Bexley is known for beautifully architected homes with lovely manicured landscapes.  Home to synagogues and a seminary, Bexley has a strong faith-oriented Jewish community. Residents walk to church, weekly farmer’s markets, the Drexel Movie Theater or down to Graeters for an ice cream. It’s a safe community with a strong police presence, excellent city services and is generally regarded as a coveted location to live.

Schools: The community is known for its excellent Bexley City School District. Bexley is also home to private schools including the Columbus School for Girls and St. Charles Preparatory School.

Taxes: Bexley city taxes, which hover around 2.5%, when coupled with school taxes, are considered high for the region.

What’s Happening in Bexley: On the western edge of Bexley, Ryan recommends taking the family to The Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Lovely plant collections and gardens, nature exhibitions and educational classes and activities are all housed under a huge glass greenhouse housed within 88-acre Franklin Park.  Ryan Grover’s favorite exhibition is the annual fall Blooms & Butterflies where the walking path takes you in direct contact with, literally, hundreds of newly hatched butterflies.

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