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Pataskala is an affordable, semi-rural area in Southwest Licking County, with a variety of real estate and prices ranging from homes in established developments, such as the popular Beechwood Trails, to newer golf course homes in Cumberland Trails and even rural homes on acreage. The Pataskala area has experienced a building boom since the 1990s, with new home developments still being built today. Pataskala offers a bit of country, yet is about 30 minutes to Downtown Columbus, via I70 and convenient to SR 161.

Pataskala Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Pataskala: 186
Avg Days on Market in Pataskala: 150
Avg Home Price in Pataskala: $423,592
Lowest Home Price in Pataskala: $89,900
Highest Home Price in Pataskala: $1,100,000
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Pataskala Schools

There are two school districts serving Pataskala students. Licking County's C-Tech provides high school and adult vocational programs. 

 SWL received the recognition as a District of Momentum. - See more at: http://www.swl.k12.oh.us/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=63BBGA2&dasi=1B#sthash.O6AQtxtm.dpuf

The Licking Heights Local School District is growing with over 3900 students, including a diverse student population speaking 28 different languages, yet remains a leader in the area of academics. Battelle gave the Licking Heights School District the SOAR Award for significant progress. The Licking Heights district also serves parts of Reynoldsburg, and Jefferson Township as well as the city of Blacklick. Visit the Ohio Dept of Education website for the most accurate school district report card ranking data.

Southwest Licking School District is located in Pataskala and consists of 3 elementary schools, 1 middle school and 1 high school. Southwest Licking Schools is proud to have received the Momentum Award from Ohio's State Board of Education. Southwest Licking School District has a .75% income tax. Visit the Ohio Dept of Education website for the most accurate school district report card ranking data.

Private schools, in the Pataskala area include: Liberty Christian Academy, Granville Christian Academy and Welsh Hills Montessori School in Granville

 SWL received the recognition as a District of Momentum. - See more at: http://www.swl.k12.oh.us/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=63BBGA2&dasi=1B#sthash.O6AQtxtm.dpuf
SWL received the recognition as a District of Momentum. - See more at: http://www.swl.k12.oh.us/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=63BBGA2&dasi=1B#sthash.l2j5UQE0.dpuf
SWL received the recognition as a District of Momentum. - See more at: http://www.swl.k12.oh.us/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=63BBGA2&dasi=1B#sthash.l2j5UQE0.dpuf
SWL received the recognition as a District of Momentum. - See more at: http://www.swl.k12.oh.us/protected/ArticleView.aspx?iid=63BBGA2&dasi=1B#sthash.l2j5UQE0.dpuf

Pataskala Population Growth

  • 1990 population est. 3,046
  • 2000 population est. 10,249
  • 2010 population est. 14,962
  • 2015 population est. 15,245

Parks & Recreation

The Pataskala Recreation Association is ran by volunteers dedicated to promoting recreational and sports programs for children and adults in and around the Pataskala community, including soccer, softball and swimming lessons. They operate the Pataskala Community pool, which is home to the Purpoise Swim Team. The Licking County YMCA Pataskala Branch also offers plenty of athletic and recreational programs for youth and adults.

Pataskala Golf Courses

Broadview Golf Course, Cumberland Trail Golf Course, High Lands Golf Club

Events & Attractions

The Pataskala Recreation Association runs the Pataskala Street Fair in August and the Antique Power Show in September. 

The 7th generation, family owned and operated Lynd Fruit Farm is located in the Pataskala area. Lynd Fruit Farm is Ohio’s largest orchard, growing and/or processing numerous apple varieties, apple butter, cider, blackberries, cantaloupe, daylilies, gourds, indian corn, peaches, asian pears, plums and pumpkins. Activities offered during September and October include a giant Corn Maze, wagon rides (featuring old John Deere tractors, pick your own apples and pumpkins, Cider Sippin, Harvest and Pumpkin Festivals.

The Sterling Theater is run by The Historic Pataskala Town Hall, Inc., formed by community members to renovate this essential landmark. Their mission is to renovate and restore the Sterling Theater as a place the community gathers to revisit their past and to promote future cultural, educational, and entertainment experiences.

Pataskala Business

To secure a strong financial foundation, Pataskala is committed to expanding it's non-residential commercial and industrial tax base. The City has over 30 square miles of area and a convenient location between State Route 161 and I70, offering access to expansive development sites and business assets in the area. The 500+ acre Pataskala Corporate Park located at the corner of State Route 16 and Mink Street, is designated an Ohio Job Ready Site, recognized as one of the premier sites for manufacturing and industrial development in Central Ohio. Pataskala offers a wide range of incentives to encourage investment in the area.

History

Richard Conine visited the area that was to become known as Pataskala in 1805. He liked what he saw and decided to purchase 2000 acres of land here. The “Father of Pataskala,” Conine returned in 1821 and built the first grist mill. By the end of 1850, he had sold most of his land, much of it to Jess Green. It was Green who actually put the village of Pataskala on the map; Green laid out lots, sold them, built buildings for businesses and donated land for schools and churches. In 1851, the village received not only its first Post Office, but also received its name, which comes from the Indian word meaning Licking. The village continued to grow until it was incorporated in 1891. Pataskala was a small community until 1996, when the village of Pataskala merged with Lima Township, vastly increasing its population and geographic area. Pataskala’s future looks economically sound, as one of Ohio’s fastest growing communities, which strives to retain its rural flavor.

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Homes Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $196,219 $221,363
Price: Low-High $11,500-$1,200,000 $30,000-$535,000
Average Days On Market 88 48
# Of Sales 286 8

Condos Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $156,185 $237,400
Price: Low-High $90,000-$246,000 $237,400-$237,400
Average Days On Market 79 52
# Of Sales 20 1

Land Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $120,377 $126,000
Price: Low-High $15,000-$430,000 $126,000-$126,000
Average Days On Market 413 126
# Of Sales 13 1

Multi-family Stats

  2016
Average Price $115,000
Price: Low-High $115,000-$115,000
Average Days On Market 58
# Of Sales 2

Commercial Stats

  2016
Average Price $188,967
Price: Low-High $1,900-$539,000
Average Days On Market 517
# Of Sales 3