Dublin

Dublin Ohio Real Estate Guide
Population: 41,751 est. – Franklin County

Dublin, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus, is a more upscale community with a mixture of old and new, proud of it’s Irish heritage. Located in northwestern Franklin County and the southwestern part of Delaware County, it’s just 15 miles from Downtown Columbus. Dublin residents have easy access to other Central Ohio communities via I-270 and Route 33 (Riverside Drive). Marysville is within a 30 minute drive, which makes Dublin a popular community to live in for those working at the Honda Plant.

Dublin is close to many popular dining, shopping and entertainment destinations in Central Ohio. Tuttle Mall is in the Dublin area and the Polaris Fashion Place is about a 25 minute drive from the Dublin area. The Columbus Zoo located in Powell, is just outside of Dublin, a very easy Drive via Route 33.

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Schools

Dublin Schools

Dublin City Schools operates one preschool, 12 elementary, 4 middle and 3 high schools.  Despite their increasing size, the district excels both in academia and extra curricular activities. They have recieved national and state recognition for their academics and continue to be a major force in sports, winning many state champsionships. Dublin Schools received an “Excellent with Distinction” rating on their 2011-2012 district report card, meeting 107 points out of 120 on their performance index.

Parks & Recreation

Dublin Parks & Recreation

Dublin residents have many options available for recreation and community services; a skate park, Metro Parks, pools, bike paths, frisbee golf and much more. Dublin is just minutes from the nationally recognized Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The Dublin Community Recreation Center is a modern 110,000 square foot facility offering many choices for recreational activities, classes, athletics and gatherings. For Dublin kids, there are different organizations providing recreational sports including, Dublin Football LeagueDublin Soccer League and Dublin Youth Athletics.

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Community Events & Attractions

Dublin Community Events & Attractions

Perhaps Dublin’s most celebrated event revolves around the sport of golf and the Jack Nicklaus designed Muirfield Village Golf Club. Every spring, since 1976, golf’s greats have been teeing off at the Memorial Tournament, one of the PGA tour’s most respected tournaments.

Other popular events include the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and the Dublin Irish Festival. Dublin is also home to the Field of Corn with Osage Orange Trees, this Dublin Arts Council sponsored exhibit of 109 human sized corn sculptures has received recognition from the Food Network. Also, be sure not to miss Dublin’s holiday celebrations for Independence DayHalloween and Christmas.

Business

Dublin Business

Dublin is home to many corporate headquarters, including Wendy’s International and Ashland Chemical, making it an excellent place to conduct business or pursue a career. Honda and Goodyear also have plants in the Marysville Ohio area, which is less than 30 minutes from Dublin.

History

Dublin History

Native Americans – Hopewell, Adena, Delaware, Shawnee and Wyandotte – were the first inhabitants of the countryside that was to become Dublin. Today’s Dublin was originally part of 2,000 acres of land given to Lieutenant James Holt by the U.S. Government as payment for service in the Revolutionary War.

John Sells purchased 400 acres of this land along the Scioto River in the early 1800s. This area was platted as a village in 1810 and renamed Dublin because the area reminded him of his birthplace, Dublin, Ireland. Early 19th century architecture and limestone fencing bordering its roads add to Historic Dublin’s heritage, with many of its original buildings being listed in the National Register of Historical Places. Through well-managed growth, Dublin has preserved its historic past, while enriching the quality of life within the community.

In the 1970s, Dublin was transformed from a rural village into a suburban business center, due largely to the completion of the I-270 outerbelt and development of the Muirfield Village Golf Club and Muirfield residential community. With rapid business and residential growth, Dublin officially became a city in August 1987.

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Dublin OH Real Estate Sales Values

>#SFM Homes Sold >Lowest Price >Average Price >Highest Price
2005 924 $83,500 $329,112 $2,795,000
2006 822 $21,000 $338,402 $1,700,000
2007 741 $52,500 $330,685 $2,025,000
2008 632 $42,000 $337,953 $1,800,000
2009 623 $52,000 $312,173 $1,400,000
># of Condos Sold >Lowest Price >Average Price >Highest Price
2005 374 $55,500 $153,182 $545,900
2006 379 $59,000 $148,042 $429,000
2007 381 $62,000 $147,398 $950,000
2008 285 $65,500 $151,934 $662,996
2009 250 $55,000 $143,976 $470,000