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Powell is an affluent semi-rural suburb with newer luxury home neighborhoods, custom homes on larger lots and acreage, golf course homes, free standing and luxury condos. Nestled between the scenic Olentangy and Scioto Rivers, Powell is a beautiful place to live with plenty of green space, access to parks, bike trails and the quaint walk-able Downtown Powell district with specialty shops and dining. Residents enjoy the quality Olentangy Schools and close proximity to endless shopping and dining at the Polaris and Sawmill shopping districts. It's no wonder Powell's population has exploded from around 400 people in 1980 to over 13,000 today!

Powell Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Powell: 227
Avg Days on Market in Powell: 86
Avg Home Price in Powell: $559,029
Lowest Home Price in Powell: $174,900
Highest Home Price in Powell: $1,899,999
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Powell Home Styles

Located in Southern Delaware County, just 15 miles North of Downtown Columbus via the SR 315 scenic Olentangy River route, Powell is one of the newest suburbs in Columbus, Ohio offering a great variety of modern, luxury and custom style homes. Whether you're looking for a luxury condo or executive estate, you can find all Powell real estate lisings on our MLS search.  Some of the home styles you'll find for sale in Powell include:

  • Luxury homes on larger lots in executive neighborhoods, such as the Retreat, Loch Lomond, and Daventry.
  • Love to golf? Find homes on golf course lots in Wedgewood, Scioto Reserve and Golf Village.
  • Want your own private retreat?  Find water front homes on the river, executive style homes on acreage and a few farms for animals. 
  • Ready for condo living? Find free standing, golf course and luxury condos in Bishopsgate, Wedgewood, the Lakes at Golf Village and the Village at Kinsale.

Powell Distinctives

  • Ranked 18 out of the 100 Best Places to Live in the US by CNN Money and Money Magazine
  • 4th Best Suburb to Live in Ohio by Niche
  • 12th Best Suburb in America by Business Insider
  • Wealthiest Community in Ohio by MSN Money
  • Delaware County ranked the 2nd Happiest Place to Live in the US by SmartAsset.com
  • Delaware County ranked the Healthiest County in Ohio by CountyHealthRankings.org

 

Powell Population Growth

  • 1980 Population 387
  • 1990 Population 2,154
  • 2000 Population 6,247
  • 2010 Population 11,500
  • 2015 Population 12,972

 

Powell Schools

Powell students attend the Olentangy Local School District, which serves a 95 square mile area including Lewis Center, much of Southern Delaware County and part of Franklin County. As Delaware County population has exploded (population was 66,929 in 1990 and 174,214 in 2010) the district has opened many new schools and continues to grow. Career and Technical education is provided by nationally recognized Delaware Career Center. Visit the Ohio Dept of Education website for the most accurate school district report card ranking data. Powell has one notable private school, The Village Academy. 

Parks & Recreation

Powell has 85 acres of parkland consisting of eight award-winning parks with something for everyone to enjoy: tennis, basketball, baseball, soccer fields, hiking, fishing, horseshoes, Powell Pool at Adventure Park, Powell Splash Pad, skate park, playgrounds and 24 miles of bike trails to connect them all so you can walk or bike to historic downtown Powell and the library. The City of Powell’s Parks & Rec. Dept. offers more than 200 diverse year-round educational, athletic and arts activities for the whole family

The Powell YMCA offers many opportunities for activities, classes, swimming lessons, and fitness programs. This state-of-the-art facility has the latest exercise equipment, indoor and outdoor pools, childcare and an onsite Medical Center.

Powell Golf Courses

Kinsale Golf & Fitness Club, Safari Golf Club, Scioto Reserve Golf & Athletic Club, Wedgewood Golf & Country Club

Events & Attractions

Historic Downtown Powell hosts many community events including: the weekly farmers market, Memorial Day Parade, Powell Festival in June, summer concerts, Veterans Day Ceremony, Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration. The award winning Columbus Zoo hosts many events such as Boo at the Zoo, Kids Zoofari, Wildlights at Christmas and Eggs, Paws and Claws. Zoombezi Bay Waterpark offers summer fun. Olentangy Indian Caverns and the Ohio Wildlife Center offer a chance to get back to nature. 

The Powell Veterans Memorial was built after a local soldier was killed in Iraq, as an expression of gratitude and to honor Him and all veterans for their sacrifice.

History

The Powell area was founded as the community of Middlebury in 1801, by a group of settler’s from Middlebury, Conneticut. In 1857, Judge Thomas Powell established the Village's first post office so the residents decided to rename the village in His honor. In 1947, Powell had nearly 400 residents and became a municipality. Powell remained very small community, of about 400 residents, until the late 1980s, when it saw a rapid increase in population, due to all the new residential new home developments being built. In 2000, the population grew to more than 6,200 residents and Powell became a City.

The historic downtown revitalization has created a quaint, walkable district that is thriving with constant activity, a village green to host events, specialty and antique shops, cafes and upscale dining. Powell offers the best of the past blended with the present, situated between the scenic Scioto and Olentangy River valleys.

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Homes Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $417,930 $465,676
Price: Low-High $58,000-$1,350,000 $155,000-$1,425,000
Average Days On Market 105 109
# Of Sales 256 41

Condos Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $247,945 $265,046
Price: Low-High $58,000-$1,350,000 $155,000-$1,425,000
Average Days On Market 75 70
# Of Sales 74 25

Land Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $327,597 $30,000
Price: Low-High $58,000-$1,350,000 $30,000-$30,000
Average Days On Market 409 2
# Of Sales 8 1

Multi-family Stats

  2016
Average Price $226,500
Price: Low-High $207,500-$257,500
Average Days On Market 79
# Of Sales 4

Commercial Stats

  2016
Average Price $478,174
Price: Low-High $13-$1,600,000
Average Days On Market 99
# Of Sales 5