Whitehall

Whitehall, Ohio
Population: 19,864 est. – Franklin County

Whitehall Ohio Real Estate Market

Whitehall is conveniently located just 15 minutes East of Downtown Columbus via I70, the Port Columbus Airport is within 10 minutes and Easton Town Center shopping, dining and entertainment district is about 15 minutes.

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The Whitehall Real Estate market consists of mostly older homes and a few condos with an average home sales price just under $100,000. Whitehall homes in the prestigious Columbus Country Club area off Fairway Blvd have sold for over $800,000. Whitehall is a community that experienced a lot of growth following World War 2 and steadily continued into the 1960’s.

There have been a few new home communities built within Whitehall City limits in the late 1990’s. Whitehall is pretty much landlocked and developed as much as it can be, so there is rarely an opportunity for building a new home or condo. Compare Whitehall home sales prices to other Central Ohio communities.

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Whitehall OH Real Estate Sales Values

#SFM Homes Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 214 $24,500 $97,631 $890,000
2006 172 $28,00 $96,523 $542,000
2007 160 $32,500 $85,178 $300,000
# of Condos Sold Lowest Price Average Price Highest Price
2005 6 $25,000 $40,917 $53,500
2006 17 $23,500 $51,570 $76,000
2007 7 $23,000 $38,178 $57,000

Schools

Schools

Whitehall Schools has four elementary schools, one middle and one high school.  In addition, Whitehall has a public early childhood education center, which houses three public preschool classrooms, a public preschool special education program and a Head Start classroom that is operated by Child Development Council of Franklin County. Whitehall received a “Academic Watch” rating on their 2008-2009 district report card.

Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation

Along with Whitehall’s numerous recreational activities, the Greater Columbus Tennis Association hosts a free tennis program for children ages 8-12 with the Whitehall Parks & Rec department. For some excellent golfing check out the prestigious Columbus Country Club.

Golf Course

Golf Courses

Airport Golf Course, Columbus Country Club, Eagle Eye Golf Course

Community Events & Attractions

Community Events & Attractions

Whitehall celebrates Independence Day with a four day festival. Beginning July 1, there are rides and concessions in John Bishop Park. These continue until July 4, when the celebration culminates with a morning Independence Day Parade, evening live musical entertainment and fireworks display. To kick off the holidays, on December 6 there is a Holiday Lighting Ceremony.

History

History

In the 19th Century, Robert Brotherton of White Hall, England obtained 156 acres of land between the Alum and Big Walnut Creeks. Ye Olde Whitehall Tavern was established on this property and became a popular stagecoach stop along the National Road. Later, this land was sold to Abram Doney and “Whitehall” was unofficially adopted as its community name. “Old Whitehall” came about in 1910 when Abram’s son sold the estate in one-acre lots. The same year the town was incorporated, 1947, Town & Country, the nation’s first regional shopping center, opened in Whitehall. In the early 1950’s, Whitehall was the nation’s fastest growing city. Population grew from 4,077 in 1950 to 20,818 in 1960.

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