Canal Winchester is a growing suburb just past the I-270 outer belt. Homebuyers love this village for its country charm. Home sellers have no problem moving their property to “sold” for this very reason.
Understanding the benefits of a particular community is exactly what sets our team apart from competitors. We’ve lived here all our lives and, in real estate, that experience matters. The Grover team understands the neighborhoods, where the jobs are, and the unique timber of each suburb and village in Central Ohio.
That’s exactly the reason why you want us on your team.
Our team consistently ranks among the top Century21 realtors in the region. There is no team more motivated to help you sell or buy a property. We recommend calling our clients to hear from them directly how we made the difference in a fast, easy and fun closing process from start to finish. We’ve helped first time homebuyers through relocation jitters and we’ve aided experienced sellers as we’ve teamed up to close tricky negotiations that yielded real ROI.
Let’s Talk About: Canal Winchester Ohio
History: Canal Winchester was founded in 1828 and was a stop on the historic Ohio and Erie Canal. The village has a history as a farming and shipping community and is still home to The National Barber Museum and Hall of Fame. Today, Canal Winchester serves as a bedroom community of the state capital of Ohio, Columbus, and is a quiet, safe retreat from city life.
Population: Roughly 7,000 as of the last census.
Cost to Live There: You’ll get lots more bang for your buck here.
Schools: Canal Winchester Local Schools.
Taxes: Historically very low.
Best Things to Do in Canal Winchester: Ryan’s family has made it an annual outing to attend Canal Winchester’s Christmas in the Village. It’s a quaint way to celebrate the true meaning of family during the holidays. A Santa Parade followed by a tree lighting ceremony and an evening of Christmas activities in the village.