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If you love vintage homes, you'll love the Clintonville and Beechwold real estate market! Clintonville features a variety of vintage style homes built around 1900 - 1960 including: Cape Cod, craftsman, dutch colonial, tudor and mid century ranch homes. The historical Clintonville area is a quaint, walkable community in Columbus, just north of the Ohio State University Campus and includes Beechwold, which extends north almost to Worthington. Interstate 315 and 71 make up Clintonville’s western and eastern borders, with Downtown Columbus, OSU and Riverside Methodist Hospitals being minutes away.

Clintonville Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Clintonville: 153
Avg Days on Market in Clintonville: 47
Avg Home Price in Clintonville: $325,376
Lowest Home Price in Clintonville: $108,000
Highest Home Price in Clintonville: $869,000

Clintonville Real Estate and Neighborhood Info

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Having previously lived in Clintonville for 10 years, it is probably my favorite area in Columbus.  I enjoy the walkability, friendly neighbors, front porches and local flavor of the boutiques, shops and eateries.  I also love taking walks and biking along the Olentangy River.  While there are other walkable communities in Central Ohio, none are quite like Clintonville.  Plus, back yard chickens are welcome in Clintonville!  

Clintonville Schools

Public school students in Clintonville, attend Columbus City Schools. The district provides diverse opportunities for their students, including alternative and language immersion schools. While a few of the Columbus Public schools do rank well, as a whole the Columbus School District has failed to meet key performance indicators from the Ohio Department of Education district report card.

Clintonville residents have some notable private and Christian schools within their community including: Bishop Watterson Catholic High School, Calumet Christian School, Clintonville Academy and the Graham School.

Parks & Recreation

Clintonville has several small parks and the Whetstone Community Center provides many organized activities throughout the year as well as tennis or pickle ball courts, baseball diamonds, walking paths, picnic facilities & more. The 13 acre Whetstone Park of Roses is a popular for weddings. The Olentangy Bikeway Trail is the most scenic and popular bike trail in Columbus because it winds along the Olentangy River, Whetstone Park of Roses, Como and Antrim Parks. The trail extends from Downtown Columbus all the way to Worthington Ohio, with many access points throughout the Clintonville area, perfect for the bike enthusiast!

Golf Courses

The closest golf course to Clintonville is the OSU Golf Course, located in Upper Arlington, about a 5 minute drive from Clintonville.

Events & Attractions

Summers are fun-filled times in Clintonville with Sunday evening concerts sponsored by the North Columbus Civitan Club and the yearly Columbus Rose Festival, held at the beginning of every June. 4th of July fireworks at the Park of Roses are always exciting.  Clintonville’s Farmer’s Market, started in 2003, has become one of Columbus’ premiere farmer’s markets where you can actually meet the farmer! The Clintonville Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market, meaning our producers grow or make everything they sell, this model allows our customers direct interaction with those growing their food!

Clintonville Business

Clintonville is a walkable community where you'll find High Street lined with a unique varity of local businesses including: boutiques, antique shops, cafes and grocery stores and more.  Most of the Clintonville and Beechwold area is conveniently located close to the High Street and Indianola COTA bus routes, providing affordable transportation to the Ohio State University and Downtown Columbus, making it convenient to live in the area without a car. 

Clintonville History

Clintonville’s story begins in the 1800’s with the creation of Franklin County and it's Clinton Township. A post office was built on the corner of Oakland Park Avenue and High Street, then known as the Sandusky Turnpike, and it was designated as “Clintonville.” In the early 1900’s, Columbus residents began to build summer homes in the area and with the arrival of the automobile, farms and woodlots were turned into more than 80 subdivisions. In 1905 Indianola Park opened with amusement rides, a swimming pool, dance pavilion, tennis courts, various vaudeville style shows, dancers, singers, circus type acts and more. Indianola Park was a place for entertainment and recreation until the 1930’s. During the 40’s, Clintonville’s population expanded northward towards Morse Road. Today Clintonville encompasses many neighborhoods; including Crestview, Glen Echo Ravine, Walhalla, Dominion Park, Northmoor, Webster Park, Northridge, Overbrook Ravine, Rosemary Park, Indian Springs subdivisions, as well as the Beechwold subdivisions and more than 70 other formally named subdivisions.

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Homes Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $254,911 $230,629
Price: Low-High $32,000-$580,000 $86,000-$505,000
Average Days On Market 68 76
# Of Sales 457 24

Condos Stats

Average Price $145,406
Price: Low-High $77,000-$260,000
Average Days On Market 64
# Of Sales 34

Multi-family Stats

Average Price $242,346
Price: Low-High $105,006-$450,000
Average Days On Market 76
# Of Sales 25

Commercial Stats

Average Price $401,250
Price: Low-High $200,000-$605,000
Average Days On Market 170
# Of Sales 4