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Gena Riede, Real Estate Pro in Sacramento, CA

Are there historic neighborhoods in suburbs of Columbus. Do you have to be in the City to find historic areas?

Asked by Gena Riede, Sacramento, CA Thu May 17, 2007

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Columbus has an inner ring of older suburbs with some great historical areas. The suburbs were actually little villages way out in the country back then but between the villages growing into cities and Columbus growing they are all grown together now. Just northwest of downtown Grandview, Upper Arlington and Marble Cliff have great older homes. East of downtown Columbus is Bexley which has a lot of older houses.

Worthington which is north of Columbus has a great historic area called Old Worthington by some people and Olde Worthington by others. Old Worthington is the original Village of Worthington, running from North Street to South Street and from Morning Street on the east to Evening Street on the west.

Both Dublin and Westerville which are a little further from downtown Columbus also have historic areas, great downtown shops and some historic residences.
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THERE ARE MANY. I'll add: GRANVILLE, LANCASTER (UPCOMING ART FESTIVAL IS GREAT), HILLIARD. DON BUSH, KELLER WILLIAMS CAPITAL PARTNERS REALTY, bush.214@osu.edu
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