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Gahanna has real estate in every price range, for affordable first time home buyers to luxury homes and condos. Gahanna is conveniently located near the Columbus Airport, Easton Town Center and about 10 minutes from Downtown Columbus, with easy access to I-270. Olde Gahanna's Creekside waterfront district is a relaxing place to hang out and enjoy the dramatic views, frequent events, festivals, live music, restaurants, coffee house, ice cream, boutique shops, paddle boat rentals and walking trails.

Gahanna Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Gahanna: 215
Avg Days on Market in Gahanna: 109
Avg Home Price in Gahanna: $365,405
Lowest Home Price in Gahanna: $85,000
Highest Home Price in Gahanna: $2,100,000
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Gahanna Distinctives

  • One of Ohio Magazine's BEST Hometowns
  • One of the Top 8 Places to Start a Business by CNNMoney.com
  • Among the Top 100 Places to Live by Money Magazine
  • One of the Best Places to Retire by Black Enterprise Magazine
  • Herb Capital of Ohio

 

Gahanna Schools

The Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District consists of seven elementary schools, three middle schools and one large high school, serving over 7,000 students.  Also located in Gahanna are several renown private schools including the Columbus Academy, Gahanna Christian Academy, St. Matthews and Shepherd Christian School. Secondary education includes branches of Columbus State University and Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

Parks & Recreation

Gahanna Parks and Recreation has 700+ acres of park and recreational areas, including the Gahanna Woods State Nature Preserve. The most popular park in Gahanna is Creekside, a five acre area located in the heart of Olde Gahanna. One of Creekside’s main attractions is the Big Walnut Riverwalk, a wooded walkway that winds along Big Walnut Creek to the old fire station. While strolling along the walkway, visitors can enjoy its waterfall, beautiful in all seasons and lit up to enjoy the view day and night. Also located within Creekside is the Veterans Memorial Park, to honor local veterans of the U.S. miltary services.

Gahanna has numerous recreational opportunities from its 1,600 soccer leagues to small karate classes, canoeing on one of the three creeks to taking in one of its many concerts; the possibilities are endless. The Gahanna and Hunter’s Ridge Community Pools are open to the community from May-September.

YMCA

New in 2004, the Gahanna YMCA, offers an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, aerobics room, wellness center, indoor running track, children’s activity center and a gymnasium for basketball and pickle ball.

Golf Courses

Golfers can choose the 9-hole Gahanna Public Golf Course or the nearby Jefferson Golf & Country Club, a private golf course offering unprecedented amenities; championship golf, tennis, swimming and dining.

Events & Attractions

Gahanna is the Herb Capital of Ohio! The Herb Education Center offers classes, demonstrations and information on herbs.  The Gahanna herb group hosts Herb Day, a spring time festival of demonstrations and discussions about herbs, where hundreds of herbs can be purchased. 

The Gahanna Flea Market held on the main streets of Olde Gahanna on the third Sunday in September; has more than 300 vendors peddling their wares. Creekside Blues and Jazz Festival is Gahanna’s Premier Summer Festival, bringing thousands to this family friendly event. Held in June each year, this event provides some of the best Jazz and Blues bands around, great tasting food, arts & crafts and plenty of rides for kids to enjoy. The July 4th Freedom Festival, which kicks off with a Family Fun Run, hosts various activities throughout the day until its conclusion, a fireworks display at the Gahanna Municipal Golf Course. The Holiday Lights Parade is held the Saturday after Thanksgiving and is the areas only lighted parade of its kind.

Olde Gahanna has over 16 historic landmarks to bring history to life in a one mile walking tour including: the John Clark House, the Log House, the Lily Stone Bed & Breakfast, a restored schoolhouse and two historical churches.

History

Olde Gahanna began as a settlement in 1803, soon after the State of Ohio was admitted into the Union. Before that time, the area was covered with dense forest and its main inhabitants were American Indians. The Indians called what was then known as the Big Walnut Creek River, the Gahanna River. The Gahanna River is the junction of three streams; the Big Walnut, Alum and Blacklick Creeks. By 1849, John Clark, son of the original settlers of the property, divided his family’s farm into plots and named the town Gahanna, after the river that ran next to it.

In the early 1900’s Gahanna was a lively mill town and remnants of this can still be seen in Big Walnut Creek along Mill Street. Some original buildings, recognizable by their Victorian architecture, still remain in the Mill and Granville Street area. The Olde Gahanna District was created by City Council in 1976, to preserve the city’s historical origins and local buildings on the National Registry.

Gahanna Residents Love One Another

GRIN is a Gahanna, faith based organization committed to helping the residents of Gahanna school district in time of need. A spirit of volunteerism runs high in Gahanna and this contributes to the pride residents feel about their community.  People look out for one another here. 

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Homes Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $265,245 $292,536
Price: Low-High $90,000-$1,435,000 $122,000-$985,000
Average Days On Market 71 78
# Of Sales 360 73

Condos Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $178,654 $181,100
Price: Low-High $90,000-$1,435,000 $122,000-$985,000
Average Days On Market 74 49
# Of Sales 70 8

Land Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $105,000 $138,000
Price: Low-High $90,000-$1,435,000 $122,000-$985,000
Average Days On Market 1589 672
# Of Sales 1 3

Multi-family Stats

  2016
Average Price $153,000
Price: Low-High $90,000-$1,435,000
Average Days On Market 248
# Of Sales 1