Hilliard, Ohio
Population: 8,994 est. – Franklin County

Hilliard Ohio Real Estate Market

Hilliard Ohio, a suburb of Columbus, is a mixture of old and new, traditional and modern. Located in western Franklin County, 15 miles west of Downtown Columbus, Hilliard residents have easy access to other Central Ohio communities via I-270 and I-70. Close to many popular dining, shopping and entertainment destinations in Central Ohio; Tuttle Mall is approximately a 10 minute drive and the Polaris Fashion Place is within 25 minutes from anywhere in Hilliard. You can get to theColumbus Zoo in about 20 minutes or Downtown Columbus within 15 minutes.

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Hilliard home values continue to increase in this family friendly community, which offers a variety of menities and excellent schools. The average price of Hilliard homes for sale is around $200,000. Compare Hilliard home sales prices to other Central Ohio communities.

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Hilliard OH Real Estate Sales Values

(Includes homes and condos sold in Hilliard Schools with 43026, 43228, 43119, 43204, 43221, and 43016 zip codes and Hilliard, Columbus, Galloway, Dublin, Upper Arlington mailing addresses)

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 1310 $69,000 $210,148 $2,187,500
2006 1158 $80,000 $215,422 $950,000
2007 1064 $22,500 $204,475 $950,000
2008 962 $50,000 $201,498 $825,000
2009 976 $30,000 $197,558 $945,000
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 324 $61,000 $137,942 $589,000
2006 309 $46,000 $135,357 $503,877
2007 281 $43,700 $133,555 $438,000
2008 241 $49,900 $132,486 $530,000
2009 231 $44,000 $123,613 $435,771



A major reason that Hilliard has been one of the fastest growing municipalities in Ohio is the quality of its schools. Hilliard Schools has over 15,500 students and consists of  14 elementary, 2 sixth grade, 3 middle, and 3 high schools, all of which are newer or recently renovated.  Along with these, Hilliard offers the School Age Childcare Program, which provides quality, affordable care for children before and after school. Hilliard received the “Excellent with Distinction” rating on their 2008-2009 district report card.

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Hilliard’s Parks & Rec offers much for its residents; the award-winning Homestead Park, seventeen city parks, including the 80-acre Municipal Park (housing one of the city’s two Olympic-size swimming pools), a community center that hosts open gyms and classes, tennis and volleyball courts, eight lighted ballfields, 4 lighted horseshoe courts, soccer fields and a Seniors Center. The Heritage Rail Trail is a seven mile multi-purpose trail stretching from Old Hilliard to near Plain City. This trail allows for safe and scenic public use for activities such as walking, jogging, bicycling and rollerblading.

Golf Courses

Golf Courses

Ballantrae Golf Course, Heritage Golf Club

Community Events & Attractions

Community Events & Attractions

Historically, Hilliard is known as the Home of the Franklin County Fair. To celebrate the holidays, Hilliard organizes a yearly Winter Festival. The Hilliard Arts Council sponsors great entertainment through their community theatre.


Hilliard is a blending of young and old, big and small, and is a wonderful place to call home for businesses of all types. Hilliard businesses offer a broad range of employment opportunities that has created a diverse mingling of lifestyles and has made it a truly unique community. Of prime importance has been carefully balancing commercial and industrial growth along with residential growth. We boast one of the healthiest tax bases in the state with more than 40 percent of the tax revenue coming from the business sector.



In 1852, John Reed Hilliard bought ten acres and originally this area became known as Hilliard’s Station. The town grew around the railroad route of the Piqua and Indiana Railroad station, which bisected the former Hilliard farmland. Until the mid 20th century, the railroad station and Main Street were the town center. In 1854, a post office was established in Hilliard’s Station and the word Station was dropped from the town name. The Village of Hilliard became incorporated on July 13, 1869 with a population of 280 residents. In 1886 the first railroad station was located on the north side of the tracks, west of Main Street, and remained there until 1962 when all railroad services ceased. The original train station has been restored and remains in Hilliard’s historical Weaver Park.

The construction of three large residential subdivisions in the 1950’s brought explosive growth to Hilliard. The connection to the Columbus regional sewer and water systems in the 1960’s opened up the area to development. The Village of Hilliard gained city status officially from the Secretary of State of Ohio, by attaining a population of 5,633 on December 12, 1960. With the completion of the I-270 outerbelt in the 1980’s, a second wave of explosive growth came to the area. Land uses in Hilliard continue to be a mix of residential and commercial development. “Hilliard is a place for everyone” is more than just a slogan in this community, it is the philosophy that has guided the district during this growth.

In contrast to all the new growth is the revitalization of Old Hilliard, which helps remind us of days gone by. A rich heritage of residential structures and architectural styles can be found in the historic district along Norwich Street. The City of Hilliard looks towards the future by continuing its economic development efforts with commercial growth while retaining the charm of its historic district and continuing to maintain the friendly atmosphere that make Hilliard a great place to live, work, and raise a family.

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