355 Homes sold last year in Central Clintonville – N Broadway to Morse Rd and the River to the Tracks. That’s a lot of homes so we will break that number down North and South of Cooke-Henderson — minus Overbrook Ravine homes which we will address at the end of this post. Let’s start with […]
About the Clintonville neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio
What is it about Clintonville that keeps this Columbus neighborhood at the top of so many home buyer's dream lists? Clintonville real estate is an eclectic blend of high quality housing stock, convenient location, proximity to The Ohio State University, the Olentangy Bike Path and numerous parks and highways. It’s the feeling of community and inclusiveness, however, that keeps Columbus coming back to Clintonville time and again.
102 single family homes sold in South Clintonville in 2016. Seems like a lot, right? From North Broadway to Arcadia and the River to the Tracks, 102 Single Family Clintonville Homes sounds like a lot if you were a buyer who was looking last year and it seemed like there was never anything on the market. Here […]
Greg Denby is a Clintonville tour de force. The Whetstone Library he runs is one of my favorite community libraries with great selection, spaces and staff. My kids have been involved with sports or classes at Whetstone Rec Center over the years (my daughter currently helps coach the gymnastics team) and the library has always been there for […]
This is north Clintonville only – Broadway to Worthington, 43214. While this post will be live and fresh every time you visit, the least expensive homes will always be north of about E Beechwold, maybe in that little sliver of 43214 that is Salem Village, that area just South of Graceland or around Broadview Meadows, […]
A Columbus Realtor that knows and understands the housing stock in the Columbus Neighborhood you want is priceless. I make an extra effort to get out and see housing stock that is for sale or is soon to be for sale whether or not I have a buyer for that particular house at any given […]
I don’t believe in development for development’s sake. An empty lot is better than the wrong building at the wrong time. The proposed Olympic building at Indianola and Oakland Park, however, is right on target and quite likely the right building at the right time. First, it’s mixed use. Not just 138 (down from 152) […]