Lewis Center

Lewis Center, Ohio Real Estate Guide
Population: 25,000+ – Delaware County

Lewis Center, Ohio is a small semi-rural suburban community located in southern Delaware County, between North Columbus and Delaware. Residents have easy access to other Central Ohio communities via S.R. 23, I-71 and nearby I-270. Lewis Center’s location makes it easy to enjoy the tranquility of living in a small town, with the conveniences of a big city. It’s located in the vicinity of one of the most popular dining, shopping and entertainment destinations in Central Ohio, the Polaris Fashion Place, which is Central Ohio’s largest indoor shopping mall. It is also an easy 30 minute commute to Downtown Columbus and 20 minutes to Easton Town Center.

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Lewis Center Schools

Lewis Center students attend the Olentangy Local School District, which serves most of Southern Delaware County including Powell. Olentangy Local consists of 15 elementary, 4 middle and 3 high schools. In response to a population explosion within the school district during the past couple of decades, Olentangy has opened many new schools and plans to open several more in the years ahead. Career and Technical education is provided by the Delaware Career Center. Even through their growth, quality has not been compromised within Olentangy. Again on its 2011-2012 District Report Card, Olentangy Local Schools achieved an “Excellent with Distinction” rating and met 107.3 out of 120 performance index points.

The Polaris Christian Academy, established in 1981 and formerly known as Christ the King Christian School, is also located within Lewis Center.

Parks & Recreation

Lewis Center Parks & Recreation

Lewis Center is located conveniently between several communities with Parks and Rec programs and YMCA locations. Within 5-10 minutes residents can access the Powell YMCA, the Westerville Community Center, Highbanks Metro Park or several area community parks and playgrounds. Nearby rivers provide boating, fishing and camping enthusiasts various recreational options.

North Orange Park is a part of Orange Township Parks and Recreations and is located in Lewis Center. Residents can enjoy all the ammenities this park offers including; an aquatic center, playgrounds, athletic fields, walking trails, basketball courts, in-line skating park, skate park, sports court, neighborhood park, picnic shelters, ice skating and fishing in the pond, amphitheatre, sledding hill, sand volleyball and more.

Golf Courses

Lewis Center Area Golf Courses

The Lakes Golf & Country Club, Glenross Golf Club, Dornoch Golf Club

Community Events & Attractions

Lewis Center Community Events & Attractions

Community events are plentiful around Lewis Center. The popular Columbus Zoo is just minutes away in neighboring Powell; which hosts events such as Eggs, Paws & Claws, Boo at the Zoo, Kids Zoofari and Wildlights. Right next to the Columbus Zoo is the outdoor waterpark, Zoombezi Bay. Other area events include an Antique Flea Market, the Powell Festival and many other activities in Delaware, Ohio. Click here to see a listing of Lewis Center area & Delaware County Annual Events.


Lewis Center History

This Township was originally known as Township 3, Range 18 of the United States Military Lands. On September 18, 1816, county commissioners granted a petition to set off the original survey as a separate township. The Township was to be called the classic name of Virgil, but residents submitted a petition and the named was changed to Orange.

Soon after the War 1812, Lee Hurlburt settled on the west bank of Alum Creek. Hurlburt had gone to the War as a substitute for his father, who had come to the township with him, bringing his family of twenty-three children. The first settler on Alum Creek was probably Samuel Ferson who came from Pennsylvania and settled here about 1819. The beautiful area by the Alum Creek Reservoir is interesting because it was settled early, thus its homes and people have had exceptionally long lines and extended families.

In 1824, David Patterson, Cyrus Chambers, Thomas McCloud and Nelson Skeels settled on the west bank of the creek. Samuel Patterson purchased a farm for $2.06 per acre on the east side of the creek and built there. Other family members also built on the land. Their homes were originally built of hand-made brick they fashioned themselves. Sam’s house was used in the chain of “underground railway stations” during the Civil War. Many notable families later chose to live here.

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Lewis Center OH Real Estate Sales Values

(Includes homes and condos sold in the Lewis Center Ohio area with Olentangy Schools in 43035, 43240, 43082, 43015, 43021 zip codes and these addresses Lewis Center, Westerville, Galena, Delaware)

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 732 $77,000 $321,077 $1,425,000
2006 678 $85,000 $321,150 $1,470,000
2007 627 $78,500 $321,857 $2,050,000
2008 585 $76,500 $303,966 $3,100,000
2009 566 $65,000 $284,010 $1,315,000
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 99 $54,600 $185,167 $359,583
2006 113 $81,877 $188,043 $342,662
2007 114 $89,900 $178,942 $420,235
2008 88 $97,900 $198,539 $450,000
2009 109 $85,500 $180,051 $478,705