There is a remarkable resurgence happening right now in Worthington, from urban development to restoration projects of historic architecture. I am excited to see what changes are in store for our beloved city and its thriving real estate market!
– Sandy Raines
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Our Top Worthington Picks
The Whitney House
You better wear your stretchiest pants to the Whitney House! Inspired by cozy Sunday dinners with loved ones, the Whitney House's menu features made-from-scratch American comfort food, including their unique take on an Ohio burger and classic fried chicken.
Peacock Lane Home
Uncover hidden gems at Peacock Lane Home, an upscale consignment shop in the heart of historic downtown Worthington. Here, you can expect to find one-of-a-kind furniture pieces and home decor, eye-catching lighting and artwork, fine artisan jewelry, and much more!
Worthington at a Glance
Percent Growth: +8.2%
Median Home Value: $381,446
Travel & Commute
Columbus Int'l Airport: 20 min
Columbus: 20 min
Reynoldsburg: 25 min
Major Roads: I-71, I-270, US-23
Explore More Highlights of Worthington
Want to live like a Worthington local? Experience the laid-back lifestyle of this area firsthand by laying poolside at Worthington Community Center, or pick up the pace at the community center's state-of-the-art fitness center. Stimulate your mind at the Worthington Arts Council through one of its many educational programs and art exhibits.
Shopping & Dining
Stroll along the brick-lined streets of downtown Worthington to experience outdoor seating at unique eateries and restored shops with specialty items. J.liu Restaurant & Bar is your one-stop shop for fusion-style fine dining, offering everything from Asian to Italian to seafood.
Parks & Rec
The Olentangy River serves as a central point for Worthington's upbeat parks and recreation scene. The 12.5-mile Olentangy multi-use trail runs along the river's floodplains and connects the Worthington Hills area to downtown Columbus. A scenic ride along the river's banks will lead you to several other local parks—Antrim, Whetstone, and Northmoor, just to name a few.
Students in the community attend Worthington Schools, one of the top school districts in the Central Ohio area. This school district places strong emphasis on preparing its students for opportunities post-high school graduation, with 90% of its students going on to pursue higher education. Linworth Alternative Program is another high school in the city, which opened in the fall of 1973. This alternative program focuses on fully engaging students through experiential education and supplying them with higher levels of responsibility.
Few communities in Central Ohio can compete with Worthington's overwhelming charm. The six square miles of this city stretch out into some of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the area. To the west, you can stroll along the oak-lined streets of the century-old neighborhoods bordering the historic downtown area. To the east, you'll find functional homes inspired by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. If you head north, you'll be met with the area's more modern homes. And finally to the south, you'll come across the long-established Worthington flats in the Beechwold community.
Ready to make your way to Worthington? Nobody knows Central Ohio like The Raines Group, and we'd love to help you track down the perfect home or condo. To learn more about life and real estate in Worthington, feel free to contact us at 614-924-9000, or take a look at our featured listings.
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