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5 Reasons to Move to Pickerington, Ohio

  • Originally called Jacksonville after Andrew Jackson at its founding in 1815, the city of Pickerington was eventually re-named for its founder, Abraham Pickering. Today, Pickerington is a suburb of Columbus and is home to over 18,000 residents. Pickerington's population continues to soar as potential residents discover excellent housing options, reasonable property prices, quality education and a cost of living that is lower than the national average.

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  • Convenient location for ease of travel! Pickerington, Ohio residents enjoy the town's proximity to Interstate 70 and US Route 33, providing easy entry and exit from the area. Pickerington's government prides itself on resolving traffic issues efficiently, keeping residents moving through rush hour. Flying out-of-town? Never fear: Port Columbus International Airport is only fifteen minutes away.
  • Education opportunities are abundant! If you're looking for quality schools, either for yourself or someone else, look no further than Pickerington. The Pickerington Local School District has some of the finest public schools in the state of Ohio, but there are twelve institutions of higher learning within a 25 mile radius of the town, such as Denison University and The Ohio State University.
  • A variety of housing options! If you're looking for a rent to own opportunity, but aren't sure what type of house best suits your needs, take comfort in the wealth of options available in Pickerington. Houses and apartments are available for reasonable rates in four different neighborhoods. For the most reasonable home prices, shop in the Beals neighborhood, where median home prices hover around $174,831.00. Beals is also the home of the Pickerington Sports Complex and the Grapevine Pizza Restaurant.
  • Home appreciation rates are increasing! When you're ready to invest in a rental property, vacancies are highest in the City Center neighborhood, home of Victory Park and the Pickerington Public Library. Medium and large sized homes make up the housing options here, as well as a wealth of small apartment buildings.
  • Recreation options close to home! Ready for a walk in the park? Or a game of tennis, or softball? Pickerington maintains parks and facilities that include a swimming pool, a skate park, baseball diamonds, a swimming pool and a three-acre fishing pond for lazy afternoons. The Pickerington Disc Golf Course is one of the five best disc golf courses in the state. You can also enjoy historic sites, such as the Zeller-Smith covered bridge, built in 1906.