Reynoldsburg

Reynoldsburg, Ohio
Population: 35,000+ est. – Franklin County

Reynoldsburg Ohio Real Estate Market

Reynoldsburg, Ohio is located East of Columbus mostly in Franklin County and a little into Licking and Fairfield County, just outside the 1-270 loop of Columbus, Ohio. Reynoldsburg is within 20-30 minutes of the Port Columbus International Airport, Downtown Columbus, and the Easton Town Center.

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Reynoldsburg home values range from about $100k-$600k. You can find a variety of small starter homes, condos, mid-range and upscale developments. The average price of homes for sale is about $157k, making Reynoldsburg one of the more affordable suburbs in Central Ohio. Compare Reynoldsburg home sales prices to other Central Ohio communities.

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Reynoldsburg Real Estate Prices

Includes Homes and condos sold in Reynoldsburg Schools in the following zip codes: 43068, 43004, 43213. While there is a trailer park community in Reynoldsburg, those sales have not been included)

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 506 $40,000 $157,180 $375,000
2006 447 $68,000 $152,108 $420,000
2007 398 $45,000 $150,668 $444,500
2008 352 $30,000 $138,088 $375,000
2009 321 $31,900 $127,914 $247,900
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 43 $46,700 $130,133 $500,000
2006 56 $45,000 $122,614 $322,900
2007 52 $19,000 $121,044 $265,165
2008 41 $54,900 $149,090 $305,000
2009 44 $26,000 $109,999 $277,000

Schools

Schools

Reynoldsburg City Schools has one preschool, two elementary, one middle school, one Jr. high school (7-8) and one high school in Reynoldsburg. Reynoldsburg received an “Excellent” rating on their 2008-2009 district report card. There is also a catholic school, St. Pius X School, located in Reynoldsburg.

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Reynoldsburg has 6 city parks, with a variety of activities provided at each, including a skate park, tennis courts, ball diamonds and fields, very nice playgrounds, gazebos, picnic areas, biking and hiking trails, horseshoe pits and much more. The Reynoldsburg Parks and Rec Department also provides classes and activities in a variety of areas such as swimming and team sports. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy Blacklick Woods Metro Park whose 623 acres includes a golf course, a nature preserve, biking and hiking trails, playgrounds and picnic areas, ice skating and a Nature Center, which hosts a multitude of classes and activities all year long.

Golf Courses

Golf Courses

Blacklick Woods Metro Golf, Walnut Hill Golf Course

Community Events & Attractions

Community Events & Attractions

Reynoldsburg was recognized by the Franklin County Historical Society as the “Birthplace of the Tomato” in 1965, because it is here that Alexander Livingston developed the commercial use of the tomato in the late 18th century. To celebrate Livingston’s great feat, Reynoldsburg hosts an annual Tomato Festival at the beginning of September.

History

History

Mr. Livingston, Reynoldsburg’s most renowned resident, has received world wide recognition as a horticulturist in seed experimentation and seed propagation of the tomato. Alexander Livingston was the first person who succeeded in upgrading the wild tomato, developing different breeds and stabilizing the plants. In the 1937 yearbook of the Federal Department of Agriculture, it was declared that “half of the major varieties were a result of the abilities of the Livingstons to evaluate and perpetuate superior material in the tomato.” Livingston’s first breed of tomato, the Paragon, was introduced in 1870.

He eventually developed over seventeen different varieties of the tomato plant. He also developed sweet corn and cabbage varieties. Many Reynoldsburg families were employed by the Livingston Seed Company, in the fields surrounding his home and in fields of their own where they grew seeds for his company. In 1898, Alexander Livingston died, but not before contributing to Reynoldsburg’s history and the history of agriculture in the United States. In 1965, the Franklin County Historical Society recognized Reynoldsburg as “The Home of the Tomato” and annually a festival is held in recognition of Livingston’s achievements.

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