Situated just a few miles northwest of Columbus, Grandview Heights is a vibrant city with a rich heritage and promising future. The neighborhood boasts charming architecture, a plethora of local businesses, and close proximity to the amenities of Ohio’s capital city.
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Grandview Heights includes an eclectic mix of housing options, from historic 1920s bungalows to recently constructed condominiums. Local neighborhoods feature tree-lined streets, paved sidewalks, and a selection of both single- and multi-family homes. The newest neighborhood in the city is The Grandview Yard—a mixed-use development on the eastern edge of town with a collection of residences, restaurants, offices and parks. Browse the newest real estate listings in Grandview Heights, OH.
Grandview Heights is served by one of the smallest school districts in the state—Grandview Heights Schools—which operates Robert Lewis Stevenson Elementary School, Larson Middle School, Edison Intermediate School, and Grandview Heights High School. Additionally, there are many private school options in the area. Nearby colleges and universities include The Ohio State University, Columbus State Community College, Ohio Dominican University, Capital University, Capital University Law School, Otterbein College, and more. Find homes in Grandview Heights by school district.
Grandview Heights is a small city situated just a few miles from the center of Downtown Columbus. It is adjacent to big-city attractions and one of the largest universities in the nation—The Ohio State University—but still maintains an enchanting small-town charm. The city is nearly surrounded by water, as the Scioto and Olentangy Rivers run along the southern and eastern part of Grandview Heights, respectively. As the name implies, Grandview Heights provides some of the most picturesque views of Columbus and surrounding areas.
The community hosts a variety of boutiques, antique stores, specialty shops and restaurants. The Bank Block is a source of great pride for the community. This historic site was built in 1927, renovated in the 1970s, and is one of the nation’s first shopping centers to include a parking lot. The Bank Block originally included a grocery store, a pharmacy, and a bank among a total of 12 storefronts, and today is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Grandview Heights Public Library has been recognized as one of the best libraries in the nation.
The community of Grandview Heights comes together with a variety of annual events and festivals, including The Tour de Grandview, Lazy Daze of Summer Festival, A Taste of Grandview Heights, the Grandview Hop and the Grandview Avenue Farmers’ Market.
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