It’s the most perfectly imperfect village in all of Columbus. Take a walk through it’s streets and you’ll notice a common theme– picturesque brick homes, bumpy brick roads and luscious gated gardens. Full of character but small in stature, no structure stands more than three stories tall.
This neighborhood is the perfect blend of urban and suburban. Perched just North of downtown Columbus and sprawling from Glen Echo Ravine to East Selby Blvd, Clintonville is rich in history and a top recreational hub with four stunning ravines.
Grandview has all of the local flavor you’ve been craving, and this easily walkable and bikeable neighborhood is just two miles from downtown Columbus. You can find dining, shopping, coffee, and craft beer all over this hip community.
The secret is out on the River South neighborhood! It’s an urban gem perfectly placed east of the Scioto River and near the Columbus Commons. This little slice of downtown living has exploded with growth over the past few years, and it keeps getting better.
Just a hop, skip, and jump outside of Columbus, it’s time for a visit to Canal Winchester! It’s quaint, cute, and totally unexpected — breaking the mold of small-town neighborhoods. As you drive into town, you’re greeted by Dill's Greenhouse, the perfect start to a suburban adventure.
If you’ve visited New Albany, you’re definitely familiar with the pristine lawns, brick homes, picket fences, and overall perfection. Well, one thing we didn’t realize is that New Albany is a total mecca of home design and décor!
Gahanna, a suburb of Columbus on the northeast side, has all of the amenities of the big city, but has kept its small-town feel. From fine dining to a meal at a mom and pop shop, there is something for every taste.
Westerville has been known for years as “A Quiet Peaceful Village,” but the bustling uptown area will certainly make you think otherwise. Located just on the northeast side of Columbus, Westerville gives new meaning to suburban living.
Columbus is a special place. Just ask a resident where they live and listen to them gush about their neighborhood’s unique character, architecture, and, of course, the food and drink. Whether you are into the arts, community events, quaint local shops, or gourmet eats, there is a spot for you in Olde Towne East.