Dublin OH Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Dublin Ohio
Did you know that Dublin Ohio has been touted #2 best place to live in the Columbus metro area? This beautiful suburb of Columbus is home to roughly 47,000 residents and offers beautiful homes, a great location, lots of things to do, and great schools. If you'd like to know more about relocating to Dublin Ohio, read on below the listings for more details.
Displayed below are homes for sale in Dublin, OH, a city located in Franklin County. Listings are updated every 15 minutes from the MLS.
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Dublin Ohio Real Estate
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Displayed below are homes for sale in Dublin, OH, a city located in Central Ohio. These Dublin Listings are updated every 15 minutes from the Dublin MLS.
Relocating to Dublin Ohio
Dublin is a city in Franklin, Delaware, and Union counties in the Columbus metro area. It's a suburb of Columbus and hosts yearly memorial tournaments at the Muirfield Village Golf Club. It also hosts the annual Dublin Irish Festival, recently changed to Dublin Irish Days, and is one of the largest three-day Irish festivals in the world.
Named after Dublin Ireland, the town was incorporated in 1881 but by 1970, it was still a relatively small town with a population of less than 700. But, after the construction of Interstate 270, Dublin experienced a population boom and was rapidly growing. It was officially declared its own city in 1987 with a population of 5000. By 2017, out of over 15,000 towns and neighborhoods in the US, Dublin has ranked the sixth-best place to live in the United States and in 2020, Dublin was ranked 12th best small city in America.
But don't take our word for it, here's what residents have to say about living in Dublin Ohio.
"Bridge Park area has a walking bridge in the shape of a wishbone that connects over the Scioto River to the old town of Dublin to the newer side. Many shops, eateries, and scenic views. There is a major attraction of a place called "Pins". Mechanical mini bowling lanes, Pinball, Beer and Wine, Sofas, Televisions, and more. A great Market Place to go to every Saturday morning for fresh produce and crafts made locally."
"I love Dublin, mostly because I love Columbus. Living in Dublin is great because it’s located right outside of my favorite city, yet it’s quiet, suburban and beautiful. I used to live right in the middle of downtown Columbus. There are many things about it that I miss, but I’m comforted by the fact that it’s only a short drive away. Some things I don’t miss are the construction, lack of parking, and my tiny, expensive apartment. In Dublin I have peace and quiet, a place for my car, and an apartment that’s twice as big for the same price. I do wish that Dublin had more to do, but it has its own charm and fun things to offer, like the Bridge Park area, which has great restaurants and night life." - Niche.com
Dublin has its own school district called Dublin city school district or Dublin city schools. It covers 45 7 mi.² and serves most of the city of Dublin as well as parts of Columbus and unincorporated parts of Delaware and Union County. There are 14 elementary schools, four middle schools, and three high schools. Dublin is also home to post-secondary education such as the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine, Columbus State Community College, Ohio Dominican University, University of Dayton, and Franklin University, which all have branches in Dublin.
Dublin Things to Do
Not only do people love the location and the heritage that Dublin provides, but there is a plethora of things to do, see and explore here in Dublin. Dublin has an Irish attitude, and you'll find the friendly smile of business owners, Irish dancers during the annual St. Patrick's Day parade, Irish-themed gift shops and of course, enjoy again is that one of the Irish pubs.
Downtown Dublin is a vibrant and historic location with world-class restaurants, fantastic shopping, and where Irish approved and world inspired go hand-in-hand, or at least that's what the locals say. Enjoy the beautiful historic Dublin downtown area, Bridge Park, the Dublin Link, and Riverside Crossing Park. Bridge Park is probably the most common. This is one of Dublin's newest developments that combines upscale residential living with unique dining options, shopping, and attractions, all in downtown.
Brewing is definitely our specialty with several microbrews, Irish breweries like Getaway Brewing, Jacob Stout Art Gallery, The Pearl, and North High Brewing just to name a few. The North Market is a great place to pick up dinner, enjoy local food and drink, or simply have dinner with friends. The Dublin Link is a unique pedestrian bridge connecting Bridge Park to historic Dublin. This scenic walk is lit up at night and is one of the landmark icons of downtown Dublin.
Dublin Real Estate
Dublin has a variety of home styles and designs to choose from. From high-class condominiums and lofts in historic downtown starting at about $200,000 to general single-family homes all surrounding downtown ranging anywhere from $300,000 to about $900,000. The average home price is around $375,000 and 76% of Dublin residents own their own homes.
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