Canal Winchester

Canal Winchester Ohio Real Estate Guide
Population: 7,101 est. – Franklin County

Canal Winchester is a 20 minute commute to Downtown Columbus located off I-33 East. The Canal Winchester real estate market offers mostly older homes built around the 1920’s to 1960’s, with character and charm ranging from small to midsize family homes up to executive estates, including the Governor’s mansion. Canal Winchester exudes small town charm, while being conveniently located within 10 minutes of interstate highways and big city amenities.

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Canal Winchester Schools

Canal Winchester has two elementary, one middle and one high school. Canal Winchester Schools received an “Excellent” rating on their 2011-2012 district report card.

Parks & Recreation

Canal Winchester Parks & Recreation

There are two Metro Parks near to Canal Winchester, Slate Run and Chestnut Ridge. Canal Winchester Recreation sponsors several sport leagues for all ages as well as provides a community center and pool. For the art enthusiast, Canal Winchester has an arts guild.

For no charge to a minimal fee, one can take in Canal Winchester’s unique museums. Within town are the Ed Jeffers Barber Museum and the Doll & Toy Museum. To find out what life would have been like back in the 1880’s, visit the Slate Run Living Historical Farm and when you wish to unwind from it all, stop in at the Slate Run Vineyard for wine tasting, tours or picnicking.

Golf Courses

Canal Winchester Area Golf Courses

Westchester Golf Course

Community Events & Attractions

Canal Winchester Community Events & Attractions

The Canal Winchester Farmers’ Market brings folks out on Saturday mornings from May through October and Wednesday evenings during July and August.

Annual festivals also include; the Canal Winchester Blues & Ribfest, a three day Labor Day Festival and Christmas in the Village, a celebration taking place the first weekend of December.


Canal Winchester Business

Canal Winchester businesses work very hard in promoting a strong, solid business environment. This is done by businesses working closely with the community, village officials and the school system.


Canal Winchester History

Canal Winchester, established in 1811, has a rich history in agriculture, commerce and transportation. When the Ohio and Erie Canal was completed in 1831, it identified Canal Winchester as a strategic location for the business of that era. Canal Winchester is home to significant historical sites. The last covered bridge in the county, built in March 1887, can be found on Ashbrook Road. The Canal Winchester Area Historical Society has proudly set up a complex at the entrance of the village containing the Prentiss school, an 1850’s era school; a Train Depot built in 1869 and historic Chaney Mill Elevator. Downtown Canal Winchester epitomizes small town charm with paved crosswalks, antique lamps and traditional storefronts.

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Canal Winchester OH Real Estate Sales Values

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 256 $70,000 $173,601 $800,000
2006 262 $72,000 $173,102 $420,000
2007 234 $15,200 $164,409 $470,000
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 35 $67,400 $153,434 $210,017
2006 25 $85,000 $146,753 $215,000
2007 25 $82,000 $146,570 $219,000