Situated just 10 miles from Columbus, Grove City is a suburban city with a myriad of charming qualities. The city boasts a rich history, vibrant community, and proximity to big city attractions and amenities.
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Staying true to its name, Grove City is comprised of tree-lined neighborhoods, many with manicured landscaping and paved sidewalks. Local real estate is diverse, featuring simple starter homes, executive homes on golf courses, and contemporary condominiums. There is a mixture of both new construction properties and historic homes here as well. Browse the newest real estate listings in Grove City, OH.
Grove City is served by South-Western City School District. Within the city limits lies five district elementary schools, two intermediate schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. Additionally, there are several private school options nearby, including Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Beautiful Savior Lutheran School, and Grove City Christian School. This community has a unique program through the Grove City Center for Higher Education in which several local universities share classrooms, academic administration, and agreements to provide credit to each other’s courses.
In the beginning of the 19th century, the area now known as Grove City was a wilderness area filled with oak, beech, maple, walnut, dogwood, and other tree varieties. The area’s first settler was Hugh Grant, who operated a gristmill in Pittsburgh and purchased land in the area in 1803. Grant and his wife were the first European settlers to arrive. Unfortunately, Grant died shortly after his arrival to the Grove City area.
The city’s founder, William F. Breck, visited the area and purchased 15.25 acres of farmland from Grant’s son, Hugh Grant, Jr., and an additional 300 acres to the west. Soon after, Breck formed a commission with three other men, George Weygandt, William Sibray, and Jeremiah Smith, and platted a village on the east side of Broadway. By the end of 1853, the newly formed village of Grove City had 50 residents. The town was named as such after the remaining groves of trees in the area.
Grove City is a suburb located about 10 miles southwest of Columbus. This lovely city possesses both the conveniences of metropolitan living and an attractive small-town atmosphere. For 2016-2017, Ohio Magazine selected Grove City as one of their Best Hometowns. The city has experienced rapid growth and has a vibrant business base as a result. More than 1,000 businesses call Grove City home, and major employers include South-Western City Schools, FedEx Ground, Manheim, Walmart Super Center, Tigerpoly Manufacturing, Inc., Tosoh Corporation, and more.
Grove City’s parks and recreation department is one of 60 departments nationwide to earn full accreditation from the National Recreation and Parks Association. The city operates three parks, a destination garden, a senior center, a family-oriented water park, and a skate park. Fryer Park features an award-winning all-access playground called Discovery Frontier. For a city that got its name from a grove of trees, it is only fitting that Grove City is home to the Gardens at Gantz Farm and Arboretum, featuring 10 different gardens and a wide variety of plants and herbs.
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