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Being one of the Midwest's first planned communities, Worthington is an amazing place to be. Located at the heart of Ohio's crossroads this city is filled with authentic brick sidewalks lined with unique shops, bakeries and pubs. Whether going to the McConnell Art Center or visiting the weekly Farmer's Market, there is always something happening in this community.

– Sandy Raines

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Worthington is a City of Activities for Everyone

Worthington is a thriving, vibrant city providing top notch facilities and opportunities for its residents. The Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center presents and promotes performing, visual and digital arts in its 20,000 square foot facility with a 213 seat theatre, an exhibition gallery, four classrooms, a digital imaging studio and a dance studio. The Worthington Library has been named a 5-Star Library for four consecutive years. The Worthington Parks and Recreation Department oversees programs and facilities at over 200 acres of parkland including the 72,000 square foot community center and the Griswold Center which provides services to citizens 55 years and older. Skating and hockey is available year-round at the Worthington Ice Center.

Activities for All Interests

Museums abound in Columbus including the Center of Science and Industry (COSI), the Kelton House Museum and Garden, the Central Ohio Fire Museum and the Ohio Historical Society. You’ll find unique shopping and dining in the many downtown districts including German Village, Short North, North Market and Italian Village.

Just 15 minutes from downtown is the nationally known Easton Town Center where you can shop world-renowned department stores, enjoy relaxing spa treatments, take advantage of a 24-hour fitness facility or choose from an array of dining establishments. For the occasional escape or business trip, Blacklick is conveniently located 20 minutes from the Port Columbus International Airport.

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Few communities in Central Ohio can compete with Worthington’s charm. From the center of Worthington, a few blocks in any direction uncover a town with a unique view of itself. To the west, visitors can stroll along remarkable, oak-lined, 100-year-old neighborhoods bordering the historic Worthington downtown. Several blocks to the east, you will find homes inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs. North a few blocks, opens up to modern shopping and fine dining. To the south, sightseers will find Worthington’s flats merging with the quaint Beechwald community. This six square mile city on the northern edge of Franklin County spreads itself out into a community with even larger living opportunities.

Spend the Day Outdoors

Residents can enjoy an intense or leisurely bike ride on the eight foot wide, paved 12.5-mile Olentangy Multi-Use Trail. Running along the meadows and forests of the Olentangy River’s floodplains, the trail connects the Worthington Hills and Mt. Airy area to downtown Columbus. A ride along the river’s banks passes through the Worthington Hills Park, Clinton-Como Park, Antrim Park, Whetstone Park (home to the Park of Roses), Northmoor Park, Tuttle Park, and Confluence Park. But it isn’t all parks; you also pass through The Ohio State University’s campus – offering great views of the university buildings, St. John’s Arena, and the OSU Football Stadium, affectionately referred to as “The Horseshoe.”

Art, Sports, and Activities

If traversing through Worthington in not your cup of tea, then perhaps sitting poolside at the Worthington Community Center will prove to be a more relaxing way to enjoy the city. The center allows either family frolicking or lap swimming, along with lessons. While there, you can also take advantage of the state-of-the-art fitness center, twin basketball courts, art rooms, community rooms, and all the amenities you’d expect from a world class recreational center.

Once your body is exercised or relaxed, you may decide to focus on developing your mind. Once again, Worthington delivers. Residents can attend one of the many programs sponsored through the Worthington Arts Council or the nationally-recognized Worthington Schools’ Drama and Music Departments. In either case, residents and visitors can attend plays, musicals, art exhibits, art socials, or artist workshops. Better yet, because the Worthington Arts Council highlights local artists, you have an opportunity to show off your own works. Recent events include an Emerging Artists series, a Children’s Holiday Art Shop, and a Visual Arts program.

Community Involvement

Residents have the opportunity to participate in a number of organizations including the Worthington Chorus, Community Theatre, Sustainable Worthington and the Worthington Historical Society.

Shoppers enjoy strolling the brick-lined streets of Olde Worthington with its unique boutiques and dining spots. Additional shopping spots include The Shops at Worthington Place and Worthington Mall.

A short 20-minute drive takes you from Worthington to Ohio’s capital city, Columbus where you can enjoy live theater, concerts, museums, galleries, sporting events, shopping and dining. Just 15 minutes away is the renowned Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and getting out of town can be accomplished with a 20 minute ride to Port Columbus International Airport.

Education Opportunities

Students in the community attend Worthington Schools, one of the top districts in the Columbus area and one in which 90% of students go on to higher education. Worthington is also home to many private schools and the only Roman Catholic Pontifical College outside of Italy.

Worthington's Nationally Recognized Libraries

Perhaps you would prefer to engage your imagination through solitude and study. With two nationally-recognized libraries, Worthington has the resources so you can follow current fiction, study for a midterm, complete research, or leaf through world events. The Worthington Library houses books, periodicals, newspapers and reference materials, but the modern library is about more than books; it is about access. A visit to Worthington’s library reveals more than simply a 20th Century book warehouse. Instead it reveals an engaging and visionary commitment to information access in the 21st Century – homework help for students, trained reference librarians, complete computer lab with lessons, and reading programs for children.

Find the Worthington Home that Suits Your Style

Homes for sale in Worthington vary from modern new construction to renovated historic styles, charming bungalows and large executive homes. If you are thinking of moving to Worthington or anywhere in the Central Ohio area, The Raines Group can help you find your perfect home. When you are ready to visit Worthington homes in person, contact The Raines Group at 614-855-8700 for a private tour.