The area known as Grandview Heights today came into existence through annexation in 1912. The neighborhood can trace its lineage back to a handful of plots of land around Dublin Rd, Olentangy River Rd and Fifth Avenue. Grandview’s downtown ‘Bank Block’ is one of the oldest shopping centers in America designed with an integrated car park -- Built in 1927, it is still home to some of Grandview’s most notable restaurants, cafes and entertainment venues such as Stauf’s Coffee, The Avenue Steak Tavern and Columbus’ favorite, Jeni’s Ice Cream. You’ll find many Bungalows, Cape Cods and Colonial homes in this neighborhood with a mix of older single-family, duplex and newer multifamily and/or condominiums. Like many of Columbus’ neighborhoods, land is scarce and comes at a premium due to its high demand, however, the recent redevelopments of Grandview Yard, Grandview South and other similar infill developments around the peripheral have created a varied home inventory for Buyers to find. A Family-friendly community with a young energy and close proximity to The Ohio State University.
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