Bexley Ohio Real Estate Guide
Population: 13,057 est. – Franklin County

Bexley is an older, upscale community conveniently located just three miles east of Downtown Columbus, about 10 minutes from Port Columbus Airport and about 15 minutes to the popular Easton Town Center. The Bexley real estate market mostly includes older homes built around the 1920’s – 1960’s, with character and charm ranging from small to midsize family homes up to executive style estates, including the Governor’s mansion. You can also find a few newer, more modern condos.

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Bexley Schools

Bexley City Schools has three elementary schools, one middle and one high school. Bexley schools received the designation of “Excellent with distinction” on their 2011-2012 district report card, the highest rating that can be obtained. Also located in Bexley are several renowned private schools including Columbus School for Girls, St. Catharine’s School and St. Charles Preparatory School.

Parks & Recreation

Bexley Parks & Recreation

Jeffrey Park, located on the east side of Parkview Avenue, is situated on 40 acres of land consisting of two commonwealth parks and natural woodland traversed by walking trails, a playground for children, two tennis courts & picnic areas with grills. Also located within Jeffrey Park is a swimming complex, which includes a basketball and volleyball court. Alum Creek forms the western boundary of Jeffrey Park. The park is open for enjoyment from 7:00am-10:00pm. Available for rental within the Jeffrey Park complex are the Jeffrey Mansion, a conference room & a shelter house.

Bexley, known for it’s vibrant Jewish population features several synagogues and The Jewish Community Center of Greater Columbus (JCC). JCC is a human service agency offering a varied program that is Jewish in nature. It is committed to enhancing the quality of individual and family life through the promotion of physical, intellectual and spiritual wellness. It provides educational and cultural programs that reflect the Jewish heritage, health related activities and many services to the community at large. Through its wide array of programs, the JCC pursues its mission of strengthening the individual, family and community.

Golf Courses

Bexley Area Golf Courses

Airport Golf Course, Columbus Country Club

Community Events & Attractions

Bexley Community Events & Attractions

As the “Heart” of Bexley, the Main Street hosts Bexley’s numerous community events. Bexley’s Farm Market, takes place from May – October and provides seasonal fruits and vegetables, baked goods, herbs and spices, honey, plants, perennials, fresh cut and dried flowers, chicken, eggs and more!

Bexley is a walkable community with Main Street featuring a variety of boutiques, shops and galleries, the Drexel Movie Theatre, cafes, coffee shops, restaurants, the Bexley Library and more!


Bexley Business

The Main Street business district is the location for many of Bexley’s businesses. You’ll find unique shops and upscale dining as well as the Drexel Movie Theatre, Graeters Ice Cream and everything to make Bexley feel like a friendly town. Bexley is renowned for its first-rate city services and police department.


Bexley History

The City of Bexley, dating back to the mid 1800’s, is one of Columbus’ oldest and most desirable suburbs. Urbanization began in 1876 when Capital University moved from the Goodale Park area to its present location in Bexley. Professors and their families soon began to move East, build homes, and enroll their children in the Pleasant Ridge School.

Capital University, the oldest university in Ohio, was founded by the Lutheran Church in 1830. Capital has a rich history and offers students five schools of study including College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, Social Work and Professional Studies, Conservatory of Music, Law School, School of Management, and School of Nursing.

This small community remained relatively unchanged until 1898, with the outbreak of the Spanish-American War the region became a part of military history. The area around Broad and Drexel was chosen by Governor Asa Bushnell as the assembly site for three weeks for the eight thousand Ohio volunteers headed for Cuba.

Improved turn-of-the-century trolley and car travel increased the number of those interested in living east of Alum Creek in what would become the Village of Bexley. In 1908, the area became incorporated and received the name Bexley, which came from the parish housing the Kilbourne family estate in Kent, England. Later that year Bexley became a village through a special election in the summer. Bexley reached the required 5,000 citizens to become a city in 1928, but could not be designated as such until after the 1930 national census. The village adopted a city charter in 1931 and officially became the city of Bexley January 1, 1932. Located in Northern Bexley, the Governor’s Mansion has been home to Ohio governors since 1957.

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Bexley Ohio Real Estate Sales Values

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 245 $65,000 $317,174 $1,257,000
2006 220 $53,500 $300,127 $1,210,000
2007 196 $88,500 $323,622 $1,575,000
2008 173 $60,500 $320,500 $2,750,000
2009 159 $40,000 $328,000 $1,412,500
2010 149 $75,000 $281,500 $1,100,000
2011 134 $55,000 $331,000 $1,600,000
2012 188 $37,000 $331,000 $1,900,000
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 3 $112,800 $261,766 $555,000
2006 5 $150,000 $408,580 $948,000
2007 5 $67,900 $334,270 $630,500
2008 6 $150,000 $226,000 $375,000
2009 5 $172,500 $348,500 $850,000
2010 8 $192,500 $347,000 $659,000
2011 6 $246,000 $365,000 $568,500
2012 8 $210,000 $445,000 $950,000