There is a remarkable resurgence happening right now in Columbus, 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
Recently Sold in Columbus
The Thurman Cafe
Located in Merion Village just off of Greenlawn Avenue, this iconic American-style restaurant has garnered a reputation for its oversized, juicy burgers, perfectly spiced wings, and full bar.
Originally established in 1876, the North Market is a Columbus staple for fresh produce, ready-to-eat meals, specialty goods, and countless artisan products. A new project—North Market Tower—is set to expand the market in the next few years.
Columbus at a Glance
County: Franklin, Delaware, Fairfield
Percent Growth: +14.2%
Median Home Value: $209,900
Travel & Commute
Columbus Int'l Airport: 10 min
Westerville: 20 min
Reynoldsburg: 20 min
Major Roads: I-70, I-71, I-270, US-23, US-62
Explore More Highlights of Columbus
Want to live like a Columbus local? Go for a tour of some of the best museums in C-bus, like the COSI or the Columbus Museum of Art. You'll also find plenty of residents cheering on the OSU Buckeyes at a home game, touring the Ohio Statehouse, or catching a show at the Wexner Center.
Shopping & Dining
There's never a shortage of places to shop or dine when you live in Columbus. Here, you'll discover a diverse mix of larger chains and locally owned staples. Highlights include Easton Town Center, Polaris Fashion Place, The Pearl, and Rodizio Grill.
Parks & Rec
Columbus's Department of Parks and Recreation operates nearly 400 parks in the city. However, residents can also get outdoors by visiting regional parks, the Metro Parks, and a few golf courses. Don't forget to explore the iconic Scioto Mile, too!
Schools & Jobs
Students in the area are served by Columbus City Schools, the largest district in all of Ohio. After graduation, many go on to attend The Ohio State University, which is one of the nation's top public universities. Columbus also features six Fortune 500 companies.
Columbus is made up of countless modern yet historic neighborhoods, so there's truly something for everyone. Looking for a one-of-a-kind home? Start your search in German Village or Victorian Village And if you're dreaming of a chic condo, you can't go wrong with the Short North or the Arena District.
Ready to make your move to Columbus? 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 Columbus, feel free to contact us at 614-924-9000, or take a look at our featured listings.
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