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Dublin, OH: "Where Yesterday Meets Tomorrow!"
Home to over 43,000 people, Dublin surrounds the Scioto River and has a diverse and strong economic base. It is recognized both nationally and internationally for its premier status and is only a 20 minute drive from downtown Columbus. Learn more!
New Listings in Dublin, OH
Settlers date back to roughly 1802 and began to take shape with the arrival of the Sells family. Purchasing 400 acres on the west bank of the Scioto Rover, by 1833 the community had begun to grow and there was one local store and a few mills. Dublin stayed a relatively small community, only having 680 residents in 1970, until Interstate 270 was constructed.
With the introduction of the interstate, business headquarters and golf associations claimed Dublin, which attracted many more citizens. By 1987, with a population of 5,000 residents, Dublin was declared an official city.
Dublin's Diverse and Strong Economic Base
Dublin is home to many business headquarters such as Nationwide, the number one employer in the city, Cardinal Health, Medco Health Solutions, Wendy's, Kroger, and many more. With such diversity in business, Dublin has a strong economic foundation and continues to attract more businesses.
Community Events and Festivals in Dublin, OH
Dublin is home to many events and community festivals. Here are a few to look forward to:
- Jack Nicklaus' PGA Tour Memorial Tournament
- Dublin Irish Festival
- And more!
Dublin's many incredible events have led to its recognition as the Most Outstanding Global Festival and Event City in the World by the International Festivities and Events Association.
Exceptional Education in Dublin
Dublin's schools are recognized throughout the country for their excellence and achievements. For example, in 2012 Dublin Coffman High School, Dublin Jerome High School, and Dublin Scioto High School, all made Newsweek's list of top high schools in the Country. Also, there are over 25 options for higher education in central Ohio such as Ohio State University.
Your Dublin, Ohio Real Estate Needs
Ready to buy a home in Dublin? If Dublin does not fit your criteria, explore other communities such as Blacklick, Marion, Granville, or these central Ohio areas. Make the home buying process a lot easier and Contact me today! Let me help you find the home of your dreams that fits your budget.
Want to sell your current Dublin realestate? Let me help! I have experience working with a variety of homes as well as a broad knowledge of the real estate market. In the meantime take advantage of Central Ohio home seller resources like useful links and school information, the neighborhood sold report and 21 tips to make your home more marketable.