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Pickerington real estate is popular with families looking for excellent schools and affordable homes on larger lots. Until 1970, Pickerington was a sleepy farming community but is now a thriving suburb in southeast Central Ohio. Pickerington real estate offers affordable to luxury homes and condos. Ranging from ranch and traditional two story homes in older neighborhoods like popular Huntington Hills; to modern luxury homes in upscale developments like Violet Meadows and Meadowmoore; to one story condos in the Villas at Milnor Crossing and luxury free-standing condos in the Manors at Cross Creeks. If you want space there are a few homes and farms on acreage.

Pickerington Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Pickerington: 225
Avg Days on Market in Pickerington: 132
Avg Home Price in Pickerington: $410,051
Lowest Home Price in Pickerington: $124,900
Highest Home Price in Pickerington: $925,000
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Pickerington Schools

Pickerington Local Schools is the 15th largest district in Ohio, educating more than 10,000 students each year. Pickerington School District is proud of it's 96% graduation rate. The Eastland-Fairfield Career center provides vocational programs open to eleventh and twelfth grade students. Visit the Ohio Dept of Education website for the most accurate school district report card ranking data. There are two Christian schools, near Pickerington: Madison Christian and The Harvest Prep School.

Pickerington School District has a 1% School Income Tax

Pickerington Distinctives

  • Approx 16 miles East of Downtown Columbus via I-70 or Route 33
  • More than 82 percent of residents own their homes
  • Higher than average median household income
  • Ohio State's Violet Capital
  • 2015 Tree City USA

 

Pickerington Population Growth

  • 1970 Population 696
  • 1980 Population 3,917
  • 1990 Population 5,668
  • 2000 Population 9,792
  • 2010 Population 18,291
  • 2015 Population 19,745

 

Parks & Recreation

Pickerington Parks & Rec provides over 150 acres of park land in seven parks with shelter houses and picnic facilities; a community swimming pool; community gardens; the historic Zeller-Smith Covered Bridge, which is pictured on the City Seal; recreational and athletic programs for all ages. Also located within Pickerington is the Columbus Metro Park of Pickerington Ponds. Pickerington Ponds is renown for its birding, 400+ acres of nature preserve, blue heron rookery and bat condo.

Pickerington athletic programs include:  Pickerington Youth Athletic Association and Pickerington Area Soccer Association

Events & Attractions

The best thing about living in Pickerington is enjoying the many activities and events which give residents the opportunity to interact and connect with the whole community. During the last weekend of July, Pickerington celebrates its heritage with the Violet Festival, named for Violet Township. Violet Township was the name selected in the 1800’s because of the abundant wild violets growing in the area fields.  Festival events include live entertainment, carnival rides and games, arts and crafts fair, parade, car and bike cruise-in, Miss Violet Festival pageant, 5K run, children’s art show and much more.

The Olde Pickerington Village hosts a variety of events including: The Chocolate Hop, Farmers Market, summer concerts and movies, cruise-ins. Olde Village homes have been transformed into unique shops, salons, studios and eateries. The former Carnegie Library is now home to the Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society Museum.

Other popular events include: the Fourth of July celebration, Taste of Pickerington, The Pickerington Lions Labor Day Parade, Kidzfest, Haunted Village, Olde Village Holiday, Friday Night Flicks at Sycamore Park, and the Pickerington Youth Fishing Derby. The Pickerington Community Theater delights with local comedies and dramas. Pickerington is also home to the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, located just off of I-70.   

Pickerington Golf Courses

Turnberry Golf Course

Pickerington History

Pickerington’s first settlers arrived in 1808 and in 1815, Abraham Pickering laid out the plat of Old Pickerington. He reserved lots for a for a church, cemetary and educational purposes then sold the other lots for log homes and a trading post. Founded in 1815 as the city of Jacksonville, the city's name was changed to Pickerington in 1827, to honor its founder. Postal service came to Pickerington in 1831. In 1881 Pickerington was incorporated as a village. On Labor Day in 1916, the new library was dedicated making Pickerington the smallest town in the US having a Carnegie Library. For over 150 years, few people lived in the area and Pickerington was mostly agricultural and dairy farms. Starting around 1965, Pickerington began to grow and prosper, gradually changing from a country village to the thriving city it is today. Pickerington is the second largest city in Fairfield County.

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Photo Credit: Pickerington Red Barn by Terrence Peck

Homes Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $228,192 $234,961
Price: Low-High $72,000-$751,000 $85,000-$346,000
Average Days On Market 87 76
# Of Sales 613 23

Condos Stats

  2016
Average Price $146,763
Price: Low-High $75,500-$345,000
Average Days On Market 79
# Of Sales 42

Land Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $105,731 $50,000
Price: Low-High $24,000-$680,000 $50,000-$50,000
Average Days On Market 404 551
# Of Sales 13 1