Welcome to Bexley Homes For Sale!
There’s a great little suburb near the heart of Columbus, Ohio called Bexley. It’s an ideal place to start a business, raise kids and/or buy a home. It is full of diversity and culture, and being connected to a larger city, it is surrounded by places to eat, attractions to visit, and entertainment for the whole family.
Bexley is divided into three sections: North Bexley, Central Bexley, and South Bexley.
If you are looking for Bexley Ohio homes for sale, then it’s good to know a little history about your future town. Located in Franklin County, Bexley was established in 1908 by Lincoln Kilbourne, to honor his family roots in Bexley, London, England. Several years later two local villages decided to merge with the Lutheran community of Pleasant Ridge to create Capital University and Trinity Lutheran Seminary, adding to the town’s Lutheran-based founding community.
The creation of water and sewage lines for Camp Bushnell, an area designed to house recruits for the Spanish-American war, laid the framework for the later estate development that is now Bexley. This tiny community has now grown to a population of 14,102 residents as per the 2020 census.
The availability and diversity of jobs are equally important factors when considering buying in the Bexley Ohio real estate market. Being at the edge of Columbus proper, Bexley has unlimited employment possibilities. There are several industries that you can expect to be hiring in the area, such as logistics and IT companies, food and service, construction and contractor companies, medical and wellness companies, engineering and finance companies, and many more. In fact, there are about 5,000 jobs available in the area on a regular basis.
For you foodie aficionados out there, Bexley provides international and down-home cuisine guaranteed to satisfy your experienced palette. Be sure to visit Rubino’s pizza or Giuseppe’s Ritrivo for some Italian delights, Lindey’s for fresh seafood and Scotty’s Cafe for excellent American food. Cherbourg Bakery for French pastries, Cafe Istanbul for Middle Eastern food, Moshi Sushi Bar for Asian perfections, and of course there are many ice cream and dessert spots to satisfy your sweet tooth. There is also no shortage of bars and breweries like the Guild House for great wine or Wolf’s Ridge Brewing for top-quality craft beers.