Bexley is one of many old tree lined suburbs on Columbus’ east side. Originally a group of smaller neighborhoods, Bexley was the result of a merger of several prestigious neighborhoods and communities around the intersection of National Road/Route 40 and the Alum Creek. The suburb we know today was incorporated in 1908. Notable structures in this neighborhood include the Ohio Governor's Mansion, Jeffrey Mansion, and the residence used by The Ohio State University’s president. Bexley is also home to Capital University’s campus and a vibrant Main Street corridor lined with restaurants, ice cream parlors and the historic Drexel movie theater.
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