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Top 6 Reasons to Live in Mayfield Heights, OH

  • Mayfield Heights was merely a stop on the Chagrin River early in the 19th century, shortly after Ohio joined the Union. After its early days as a trade location, and then a streetcar suburb, Mayfield Heights developed into a bustling city on the east side of Cleveland. Horses and buggies used to drive down the roads that are now lined with busy shops and delicious restaurants. The 18,827 residents who call Mayfield Heights home enjoy an easy commute to Cleveland, recreational facilities and access to state-of-the-art healthcare.

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  • A variety of homes for sale! Whether it is a charming post-WWII bungalow with a lot of character, a colonial-style dwelling or a recently built house, Mayfield Heights offers buyers and renters a host of choices. Most neighborhoods are located just off SOM Center Road (Route 91) and near Mayfield Middle School.
  • Mayfield Heights is a shopper's paradise! Eastgate Shopping Center and Golden Gate Shopping Center, the two main shopping districts in Mayfield Heights, are conveniently located near each other. It's easy to spend the entire day shopping in the area, as options range from nationwide chain stores to small boutique shops.
  • Lower cost of living than the national average! Residents enjoy a cost of living that is 4.8 percent lower than the national average. The area also boasts an income tax that is only 1 percent, well below the nation's top local tax rates of 9.45 percent. With a lower income tax and living costs, buying property is good option. Newcomers will find rent to own homes between Ridgebury and Mayfield Roads or behind Hillcrest Hospital in the Windsor Circle neighborhood.
  • Roads and minutes - it's all about the numbers! Mayfield Heights has its own exit from Interstate 271, a major Cleveland-area artery. It's easy to reach Interstates 90, and 480, and the city is only 40 minutes from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and a 25-minute drive to downtown Cleveland.
  • Tasty dining options! Although it's close to Cleveland's famous restaurants, Mayfield Heights has several delectable dining establishments of its own. Gaetano's, Arrabiata's and Piccolo serve customers a variety of Italian dishes. Patrons of Taste of Kerala savor the spicy dishes of south India, while American cuisine is widely available along Mayfield Road.
  • World class medical care! Part of the renowned Cleveland Clinic hospital system, Hillcrest Hospital provides top-notch medical services including cardiac and cancer care. Many doctors within the Cleveland Clinic system maintain privileges at Hillcrest, making world-class care accessible in a suburban locale. Across the street from the hospital, Tower Lane features several medical offices for follow-up or post-operative care.