Pickerington

Pickerington, Ohio
Population: 13,066 est. – Fairfield County

Pickerington Ohio Real Estate Market

Pickerington is approximately 25 minutes East of Downtown Columbus, via I-70 East and 20 minutes from Easton Town Center, via I-270.

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You will find a mix of older homes and many newer homes in Pickerington, with nice sized lots. Pickerington continues to grow with new developments and home values steadily rising, with an average home sales price around $210,000. Compare Pickerington home sales prices to other Central Ohio communities.

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Pickerington OH Real Estate Sales Values

 

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 642 $103,000 $206,412 $650,000
2006 577 $30,000 $208,975 $575,000
2007 506 $55,000 $214,499 $615,000
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 48 $100,000 $154,384 $376,900
2006 44 $89,900 $145,357 $328,260
2007 33 $90,000 $159,540 $460,000

Schools

Schools

Pickerington Local School District has five elementary, two middle, two junior high and two high schools. Pickerington prides itself on its “Excellent with Distinction” rating on their 2008-2009 district report card.

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Pickerington Parks & Rec provides not only beautiful parks and historic sites (Zeller-Smith Covered Bridge which is pictured on the City Seal), but also hosts various learning programs and athletics for all ages. Also located within Pickerington is the Columbus Metro Park of  Pickerington Ponds. Pickerington Ponds is renown for its birding, 400+ acres of nature preserve, blue heron rookery and bat condo.

For those wishing to be enriched culturally there is the POP Community Center for the Arts, which provides a creative environment where the arts are experienced by all within a spiritual and supportive community. Athletic programs within Pickerington include Pickerington Youth Athletic Association and Pickerington Area Soccer Association.

Golf Courses

Golf Courses

Columbus Municipal Golf Course, Turnberry Golf Course

Community Events & Attractions

Community Events & Attractions

The Violet Capital celebrates with a festival, the Violet Festival, which takes place July 27-30. Festival events include live entertainment, carnival rides and games, arts and crafts fair, parade, car and bike cruise-in, Miss Violet Festival pageant, 5K run, business games, business vendor tent, children’s art show and sale and much more. Throughout the summer Sycamore Park hosts a summer concert series from June 12-August 19. To celebrate Labor Day, the Pickerington Lions Club will stage a Labor Day Parade on September 5. The Pickerington Chamber of Commerce also hosts various community events.

Business

Business

Teamwork between community leaders helps make the Pickerington Area a better place to live and work. The Chamber acts as a resource for new businesses and families seeking information about the area. Members of the Chamber promote community goodwill and partnership between government entities, community groups, the schools, and businesses.

History

History

Pickerington’s first settlers arrived in 1808 and it was in 1815 that Abraham Pickering laid out the plat of Old Pickerington. It was not until 1965 that Pickerington experienced real change and prosperity. Today’s Pickerington is a Columbus suburb and a gateway to open spaces to the east and southeast.

As a result of reaching a population over 5,000, Pickerington was given the status of city in 1991. The State of Ohio named Pickerington the “Violet Capital of Ohio,” due to the efforts of Jill Ann Sparks (now Jill Ann Ladrick) and Karen Wingler. Since the first settlers came in 1808, Pickerington has been known for its abundance of wild violets.

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