Clintonville is a lively neighborhood in north-central Columbus, enjoying convenient access to the city while still maintaining a small-town feel. Boasting a rich history and modern-day attractions, Clintonville is a wonderful neighborhood to call home.
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Real estate in Clintonville includes a vibrant array of housing options. The neighborhood is divided into five distinct areas, each possessing homes of varying styles and ages. South Clintonville features a mix of single- and multi-family homes built primarily before 1930, and North Clintonville features higher-end properties, displaying the architectural progression from 1910 through the late 1950s. Beechwold contains the widest variety of houses, from Cape Cod-style starter homes to grand estates. North of Morse features a number of newer homes while Old Beechwold is filled with historic homes. Browse the newest real estate listings in the Clintonville neighborhood.
Clintonville is served by Columbus City Schools, which operates 142 schools, a few of which are located within the neighborhood. Additionally, there are plenty of private school options in the area. Clintonville is home to the Ohio School for the Deaf and the Ohio State School for the Blind. Residents may access the many colleges and universities in the area, including the Ohio State University, Columbus State Community College, Capital University, Franklin University, and more. Find homes in Clintonville by school district.
Located directly north of Downtown Columbus, Clintonville is a charming neighborhood within the city. The neighborhood originally developed as the center point of Clinton Township, and eventually became a place for summer homes for residents of downtown Columbus and professors from The Ohio State University. Eventually, the surrounding farmland was converted into housing developments, and today Clintonville is a lively residential community with a number of attractions. Clintonville is highly accessible, as I-71 runs alongside the entire eastern border of the neighborhood.
Clintonville is the former home to Columbus’ first zoo, which opened and closed in 1905, and the Olentangy Park amusement park. There is plenty of green space in Clintonville, including Whetstone Park (which hosts the popular Park of Roses), Kenney Park, and three ravine parks located north of Ohio State. Residents may easily access the Olentangy River, which winds along the western border of Clintonville. There is a wide selection of businesses, restaurants and shops at Graceland Shopping Center, in addition to High Street, which bisects the neighborhood north-to-south, and Indianola Avenue along the eastern edge of Clintonville. Clintonville is located just minutes from The Ohio State University, so residents may visit the campus for sports games, performances and other events.
Whether you’re looking to buy a home, sell a home, or just to learn more about the Clintonville real estate market, the experts at Cutler are your go-to pros. Stop by our Clintonville/Beechwold office today to learn why we’re the area’s premier real estate company.
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