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Reynoldsburg, Ohio is an affordable, Columbus suburb with a variety of real estate in all price ranges including: suburban style home communities, newer homes and condos, as well as older established neighborhoods with traditional ranch, two story and split-level homes. If you like space, you can find homes on acreage too. Reynoldsburg has been growing steadily since the 1950s, so you'll find a mix of older neighborhoods as well as newer home developments. Reynoldsburg is about 14 miles East of Downtown Columbus, just outside I-270, in Franklin County as well as part of Licking and Fairfield County.

Reynoldsburg Real Estate Statistics
Total Homes for Sale in Reynoldsburg: 126
Avg Days on Market in Reynoldsburg: 80
Avg Home Price in Reynoldsburg: $226,881
Lowest Home Price in Reynoldsburg: $75,000
Highest Home Price in Reynoldsburg: $579,900

Reynoldsburg Real Estate and Neighborhood Info

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Reynoldsburg Distinctives

  • Reynoldsburg is known as "The Birthplace of the Tomato".
  • Home to the Ohio Department of Agriculture
  • Bath & Body Works headquarters
  • Mount Carmel East Hospital serves the Reynoldsburg area
  • Home to the State Fire Marshal's Office


Reynoldsburg Population Growth Est.

  • 1950 Population 724
  • 1960 Population 7,793
  • 1970 Population 13,921
  • 1980 Population 19,519
  • 1990 Population 25,748
  • 2000 Population 32,069
  • 2010 Population 35,893
  • 2015 Population 37,158


Reynoldsburg Schools

Reynoldsburg schools success is built upon the guiding principle that every child can grow and achieve at high levels. Academic programs are rigorous and personalized to meet each student's indivudal needs. High school students are provided opportunities to link their academic studies with their college and career interests by choosing one of four interest based academies, which offer challenging high school courses as well as college classes and professional experiences to prepare them for entering college or the workforce. Reynoldsburg School District has a .5% Income Tax. 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 is one Christian school, in Reynoldsburg: St. Pius X School.

Parks & Recreation

Reynoldsburg's award winning Parks and Recreation Department is responsible for 275 acres of parkland and also oversees recreational and sport activities for youth, adults, and seniors.  Reynoldsburg has several parks, with a variety of activities including a skate park, tennis courts, ball diamonds and fields, playgrounds, gazebos, picnic areas, biking and hiking trails, horseshoe pits and much more. Nature enthusiasts and bird watchers can enjoy Blacklick Woods Metro Park's 623 acres which includes a golf course, nature preserve, biking and hiking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, ice skating and a Nature Center with a multitude of classes and activities all year long.

The Reynoldsburg Senior Center has over 1700 members, who participate in a variety of activities and events to stay active socially, mentally and physically including: ballroom dancing, Silver Sneakers, arthritis exercise, Zumba, stained glass, watercolor painting, card making, crochet, beading, quilting, wood carving, card games, pickle ball, ping pong, pool, cornhole, darts, concerts and more.

Golf Courses

Blacklick Woods Metro Golf Course

Events & Attractions

Reynoldsburg's Tomato Festival is the hallmark summer event, held annually in September, to celebrate Reynoldsburg's claim to fame as the "Birthplace of the Tomato."  Festivities include tomato judging contests, a parade, games, entertainment and plenty of tomato culinary creations.  Other events include: a weekly farmers market, Christmas on the Towne in Olde Reynoldsburg, Reynoldsburg Tartan Day, Mount Carmel Labor Day Fitness Challenge, Taste of Reynoldsburg, Arbor Day Celebration, Food Truck Festival and more. 


Building of the National Road in the 1830s, brought many settlers into the Reynoldsburg area, which was incorporated as a village in 1839.  Reynoldsburg was named after James C. Reynolds, who arrived in the area around 1831. Reynolds served as Postmaster, Brigadier General in the Ohio Militia and a Representative in the Ohio General Assembly. Reynoldsburg was active in the Underground Railroad, transporting and sheltering many fugitive slaves on their way to freedom.

Reynoldsburg is known as the “Birthplace of the Tomato” thanks to Alexander W. Livingston, a local plant breeder, horticulturist and seed farmer, famous for developing the wild tomato into commercial use. Livingston was born on October 14, 1822. While His schooling was limited, at an early age, He was recognized as an authority on all kinds of plants. In 1844, He married Matilda Dickey Graham and God blessed them with 10 children. In 1852, He purchased 70 acres east of Graham Road, which became A.W. Livingston Buckeye Seed Gardens, once a major employer in the area. Livingston was also active in the Underground Railroad. In 1864 Livingston built His Victorian style home, overseeing all construction and selecting the finest materials of the time: knot free clapboard siding, tulip poplar flooring, hand-blown glass windows, curved wood staircase, extensive millwork and molding, plaster on lath walls and a quarry sandstone foundation. In 1870, Livingston introduced his first breed of tomato, the Paragon. He developed many other tomato as well as sweet corn and cabbage varieties. The 1937 yearbook of the Federal Department of Agriculture, declared that “half of the major varieties were a result of the abilities of the Livingstons to evaluate and perpetuate superior material in the tomato.” Livingston died in 1898 and is buried in Green Lawn Cemetery. In 1965, the Franklin County Historical Society recognized Reynoldsburg as "The Home of the Tomato" and to honor Livingston’s accomplishments, Reynoldsburg holds an annual Tomato Festival. Today the Historic Livingston House can be rented for parties and events.

Related Links

Columbus Library - Reynoldsburg Branch
Reynoldsburg Census Statistics
Reynoldsburg Crime Map

Photo Credit:  Blacklick Woods Golf Course Sunrise Over the Bridge by Terrence Peck

Homes Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $160,107 $158,905
Price: Low-High $12,000-$330,000 $65,215-$265,000
Average Days On Market 83 73
# Of Sales 418 11

Condos Stats

  2016 2017
Average Price $110,423 $76,133
Price: Low-High $34,900-$260,000 $33,500-$109,900
Average Days On Market 89 58
# Of Sales 44 3

Land Stats

Average Price $9,400
Price: Low-High $5,800-$13,000
Average Days On Market 122
# Of Sales 2

Multi-family Stats

Average Price $550,067
Price: Low-High $70,000-$1,420,200
Average Days On Market 145
# Of Sales 3