New Albany

New Albany Ohio Real Estate Guide
Population: 7,724 est. – Franklin County

New Albany Ohio has the reputation of being one of the finest upscale communities in Central Ohio and is conveniently nestled between Westerville and Gahanna. Easy access to I-670 and I-270, via the 161 freeway bypass, helps keep traffic to a minimum through the heart of the village.

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New Albany Schools

For several years the New Albany-Plain Local School District has been rated Excellent by the Ohio Department of Education. For the 2011-2012 school year, they received an “Excellent with Distinction” rating on their district report card and achieved 107.2 out of 120 performance index points. In addition, every school in the New Albany Plain Local School District has been designated a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the US Department of Education.

New Albany has approximately 3,760 students and consists of one K-1st grade campus, one 2nd-5th grade campus, one middle and one high school. Nationally recognized New Albany High School is a four-year comprehensive high school with a campus that includes a library, physical fitness center, gymnasium and natatorium, community/school nature preserve, information technology center along with art and music studios.

Parks & Recreation

New Albany Parks & Recreation

The New Albany parks district was formed in 1999 by the New Albany-Plain Local School District, the Village of New Albany and Plain Township to develop and manage park land within the school district´s boundaries. They manage and coordinate many youth athletic activities including; sport camps, baseball, basketball, football, lacrosse, soccer and softball as well as adult soccer and softball. They also manage several parks in the area with a variety of amenities including; jogging trails, athletic fields, a tennis complex, playgrounds and more. Miles of leisure trails throughout New Albany connect many neighborhoods with the Historic Town Center, learning campus and retail areas that are also a part of this comprehensive park system.

Golf Courses

New Albany Area Golf Courses

New Albany Country Club, New Albany Links, Winding Hollow Country Club, The Golf Club

The New Albany Country Club is home to a golf course designed by golf pro Jack Nicklaus.

Community Events & Attractions

New Albany Community Events & Attractions

New Albany Ohio has many community events including the New Albany Classic, which combines entertainment and activities for the entire family with world-class equestrian sports to create one of Central Ohio’s most unique fund raising events. The arts council also sponsors various events and festivals to entertain New Albany residents.


New Albany Business

Over a million square feet of build-to-suit office space is nearing completion on New Albany’s Business Campus. A Health and Wellness Center adjacent to New Albany’s High School houses private physicians’ offices, an innovative private childcare facility and center for community wellness courses & activities.


New Albany History

New Albany Ohio features miles of white, split rail fencing and impeccable Georgian colonial architecture. Founded in 1837, New Albany remained a rural village, situated in scenic surroundings, for nearly 150 years before the first new home was built. New Albany offers the community spirit of a rural Village and the amenities and services of a metropolitan suburb. Development is guided by a carefully crafted strategic plan that balances residential, commercial and recreational land use. To learn more about New Albany’s history, visit the New Albany Historical Society site.

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New Albany Real Estate Sales Prices

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 368 $103,500 $475,486 $2,200,000
2006 292 $85,000 $505,090 $2,600,000
2007 276 $80,000 $466,215 $2,378,500
2008 287 $70,000 $429,611 $2,225,000
2009 247 $89,900 $392,776 $2,200,000
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 37 $123,509 $225,786 $720,000
2006 30 $112,750 $247,713 $610,180
2007 19 $115,000 $318,285 $650,000
2008 28 $113,000 $218,007 $635,000
2009 25 $86,885 $172,684 $499,900