There’s something special about Dublin, Ohio: We have the loveliest and sometimes strangest collection of outdoor art in the area. Yup. That’s one of our biggest and best claims to fame, and we’re proud of it! These pieces are gorgeous, thoughtful, funny, quirky, and just plain fun. Residents and visitors alike enjoy exploring our parks, streets, and walkways to visit this ever-expanding collection.
Some of our outdoor art is big art, really BIG art. Surely someone has mentioned our giant concrete ears of corn? We kid you not, we have a whole field of them. And we can’t forget the great big bronze dancing bunnies…or the stone wall that’s a actually a bust of Chief Leatherlips. There’s a copper house that’s at least log-cabin sized, a going-going-gone-across-a-whole-field clock being whacked by a bat, a life sized resin man climbing a real tree, an interactive street piano, and many more big pieces of in-your-face art.
There’s also smaller, more personal outdoor art sprinkled around Dublin. We strongly suggest strolling the pedestrian tunnel under Emerald Parkway and Dublin Road. Our kids have been hard at work in an annual summer camp, creating mosaics and tiles that show Dublin at it’s best from a kid perspective. This is a walk that will tell you why we all live here, and love to call it home. Oh! There’s a little statue downtown called Daily Chores that shows kids from long ago doing just that. Smaller, you say? How about a single bronze leaf with water dripping from it? Small, but makes you stop in wonder every time.
The something special about Dublin, Ohio is that we are committed to art, surrounded by art, and rightly famous for it!
Photo Credit: Dublin CVB
There’s something special about Worthington: We seem to attract bridal parties galore. Long-time residents will laugh and nod knowingly if you mention it, it’s so true. Why? Worthington has a quaint village feel, you can park once and spend three days exploring the three or four blocks surrounding the amazing Worthington Inn, and we have a little something for everyone.
A friendly, tightly knit community, any business in the village is happy to recommend another. Looking for a great hostess gift? Try the wine shop or candle shop. Ask them where to eat, and they’ll ask what you like and send you to the seafood restaurant, the Inn, or to the French bistro. Ask one of our restauranteurs where to shop, and they’ll send you to any one of a dozen specialty stores filled with amazing finds. The florist or antique shop is likely to recommend the ice cream shop or coffee house. You’ll find that our little village is a well-networked business community, and we support and encourage both residents and visitors to explore and enjoy every little nook and cranny of Worthington.
Ok, we admit, the regular bridal party invasions may have a LITTLE something to do with the five large churches in a two block radius from the Village Green, too…but we like to think that the something special about Worthington is our welcoming warmth and amazing variety of small businesses just a few steps away from wherever you land in our little village!
There are three major Powell condo communities in the Wedgewood Country Club area of Powell. Listing from a north to south location, there is the Bishopsgate at Wedgewood condo community, the Hamptons at Wedgewood, and the Barringtons at Wedgewood. Both Bishopsgate and the Barringtons are detached single-family homes on condominium lots, while the Hamptons consist of three condo units per building. All three communities are located off Fairway Drive on the east side of the road across from the Wedgewood Country Club.
Bishopsgate at Wedgewood
Bishopsgate has 39 units with five different floor plans. The community was started in 2004 and completed in 2013. The exterior is reminiscent of English cottages with open floor plans inside. Recent sales have been in the higher $300s with previous year’s sales going up to the mid $300s.
The Hamptons at Wedgewood
The Hamptons at Wedgewood is a community with one main circular road and interior common space. There are 57 total units. Construction of this community began in 2002 and was completed in 2004. Each three-unit building has two 2-story end units and a middle 1-story unit. The sizes of the homes vary from 1542 to total 2943 square feet. Each home offers an open contemporary floor plan with lots of natural light. Recent sales have ranged from $190,000 up to $300,000.
Barringtons at Wedgewood
The oldest of the three communities, construction began at Barringtons in 1997 and the 40 units were completed in 2004. The detached units range from 2200 to 2448 square feet. All homes have basements, a two car garage and a back porch. Home maintenance is the responsibility of the homeowner. Recent sold prices have ranged from the upper $200s to $400,000.
About the Powell Community
Located north of Columbus, Powell is an upscale, fast-growing community with new amenities and country charm. An interconnected bike trail system, multiple parks and community swimming pool helped Powell to earn a superior rating by the Ohio Parks and Recreation Association. The downtown area has shopping, dining, entertainment, and free wi-fi available. Powell is convenient to the Columbus Zoo, Dublin and Polaris Fashion Place.
Powell Condos for Sale
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