Clintonville Ohio Real Estate

Buying a home in Clintonville is mandatory if you’re looking for a diverse community that embraces culture and the arts. Clintonville homes are some of the most sought-after in the area; people want to come home to Clintonville. It’s a wonderful community with character and charm.

When homes are as sought-after as the ones you’ll find here, you need a home mover and shaker like Ryan Grover. Ryan closely tracks market trends so you have a competitive advantage, and no one works harder to make deals happen. Ryan is proud of the winning relationships he’s established with clients – many of whom he considers friends.

Having a friend who is also a deal closer is a great thing if you’re trying to find a home in Clintonville. Why is this community so special?

History: Clintonville was a stop on the Underground Railroad. That same sense of social justice still permeates the air of this working class but white-collar community. Clintonville was home to the first Columbus zoo and the Olentangy Park amusement park. Though the park is long gone, the carousel is working up at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium.

Population: There are 33,000 people in the 43202.

Living Here: Clintonville is a northern Columbus suburb. This is a socially progressive and primarily liberal community that has adopted a groovy sort of “life and let live” attitude. The area has six glacial-developed ravines, and the majority has roads, walking paths and homes clinging to the cliffs. Median income is around $70,000 annually, higher than Columbus.

Schools: Clintonville Public Schools.

Taxes: Not as high as Bexley (add a link to your Bexley page) and not as low as Columbus (add a link to your Columbus page), for many residents, Clintonville taxes are “just right.”

Activities around the C’Ville: Taking the dog for a walk or riding bikes at the Whetstone Park of Roses is a favorite – and free! Whetstone Park also hosts a large Forth of July fireworks display where members of the community come together to celebrate independence. During the Rose Festival, visitors see 11,00 impeccably maintained roses feature more than 350 varieties.

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