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The Hilliard real estate market is popular, due to its quality schools, excellent parks and city services. Hilliard has grown steadily since the 1950s and offers a variety of real estate in all price ranges from affordable to luxury: newer homes, condos and older established neighborhoods.  The Hilliard area has been experiencing a building boom since the 1990s, with new home developments still being built today. Hilliard is in western Franklin County, about 15 miles west of Downtown Columbus, via I-270 & I70.

Hilliard Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Hilliard: 378
Avg Days on Market in Hilliard: 86
Avg Home Price in Hilliard: $461,104
Lowest Home Price in Hilliard: $93,000
Highest Home Price in Hilliard: $2,950,000

Hilliard Real Estate and Neighborhood Info

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Hilliard Schools

A major reason Hilliard has been one of the fastest growing cities in Ohio is the quality of its schools. In 1989, the school district population was 35,896, by 2000, it jumped to 79,125. Hilliard School District is the 9th largest in Ohio, with over 16,000 students. In spite of its size, personalized education is the hallmark of the Hilliard School System. Visit the Ohio Dept of Education website for the most accurate school district report card ranking data. 

Parks & Recreation

Hilliard’s Parks & Rec operates: the award-winning Homestead Park, 17 city parks, including the 80-acre Municipal Park (housing one of the city’s two Olympic-size swimming pools), a community center that hosts open gyms and classes, tennis and volleyball courts, lighted ball fields, lighted horseshoe courts, soccer fields and a Senior Center. Bicyclists will enjoy The Heritage Rail Trail, a seven mile multi-purpose trail stretching from Old Hilliard to Plain City. 

Hilliard Golf Courses

Ballantrae Golf Course
Heritage Golf Club

Events & Attractions

Hilliard is home of the Franklin County Fair. To celebrate the holidays, Hilliard organizes a yearly Winter Festival. The Hilliard Arts Council sponsors concerts, theatre productions, the Greater Columbus Orchestra, Hilliard Community Chorus and the Old Hilliard Festival.


In 1852, John Reed Hilliard bought 10 acres which became known as Hilliard’s Station. The town grew around the Piqua and Indiana railroad station. Until the 1950s, the railroad station and Main Street were the town center. In 1854, a post office was established in Hilliard’s Station and the word Station was dropped from the town name. The Village of Hilliard was incorporated on July 13, 1869 with a population of 280 residents. In 1886 the first railroad station was located on the north side of the tracks, west of Main Street, and remained there until 1962 when all railroad services ceased. The original train station has been restored and remains in Hilliard’s historic Weaver Park.

Construction of three large residential subdivisions in the 1950’s brought explosive growth to Hilliard. The Village of Hilliard gained city status on December 12, 1960, with a population of 5,633. Connection to the Columbus sewer and water systems in the 1960’s opened the area to development. Completion of the I-270 outerbelt in the 1980’s, brought a second wave of explosive growth. “Hilliard is a place for everyone” is more than a slogan, it is the philosophy that has guided its growth. Hilliard looks toward the future by balancing economic development with commercial growth, while retaining the historic district's charm and maintaining the friendly atmosphere that make Hilliard a great place to live, work, and raise a family.

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Homes Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $244,044 $261,173
Price: Low-High $12,500-$2,100,000 $104,000-$725,000
Average Days On Market 77 67
# Of Sales 995 33

Condos Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $153,960 $135,628
Price: Low-High $53,000-$635,000 $75,500-$235,000
Average Days On Market 75 71
# Of Sales 302 9

Land Stats

Average Price $294,500
Price: Low-High $100,000-$480,000
Average Days On Market 252
# Of Sales 6

Multi-family Stats

Average Price $198,038
Price: Low-High $156,000-$240,075
Average Days On Market 52
# Of Sales 2