Articles Tagged "Spring"

Denise Evans Blog Home

Subscribe and receive email notifications of new blog posts.




rss logo RSS Feed
Explore Ohio | 74 Posts
LoLo Gifts | 27 Posts
Northeast Ohio | 183 Posts
Real Estate | 69 Posts
Uncategorized | 1 Posts
Cutler Real Estate | Home Maintenance | Home Safety | Homeownership | Cutler Real Estate Agents | Cutler Realtor | Decor | Northeast Ohio | Ohio Real Estate | Real Estate Trends | Realtor | Cutler Real Estate News | Ohio Association of Realtors | Home Selling Tips | House Hunting | Real Estate | Sell a Home | Selling Your Home with a Realtor | Staging | Local Attractions | Things to Do | Relocation | First-time homebuyer tips | Columbus OH | Buy a home | Community | Holiday Home Selling Tips | Holidays | Find a Home | Cincinnati OH | Things to do in Cincinnati | Restaurants | Akron OH | Canton OH | Cleveland OH | Things to do in Northeast Ohio | Akron | Business | Cleveland Real Estate | Cincinnati Real Estate | Columbus Real Estate | Columbus | Columbus Restaurants | Thanksgiving | Akron Real Estate | Canton Real Estate | Best of Cincinnati | Best of Cleveland | Traveling | Stark County | Columbus Events | Best of Ohio | Cincinnati Events | Cuyahoga Valley National Park | Akron Events | Canton Events | Things to do in Columbus | Dublin OH | Best of Columbus | Cleveland Events | Canton | Cincinnati | Family-Friendly Activities | Brunch | Homes for Sale | Apple Orchards | Corn Mazes | Fall | Fall Events | Pumpkin Patches | Events | Columbus Bars | Ohio State | Sports | Sports Bars | Halloween | Local Events | Local | Bloggers | Ohio Bloggers | Recipes | Dining | Gluten-Free | Home Decor | Home Inspiration | Ohio | Downtown Canton | Bars and Restaurants | Cuyahoga Falls | Kent OH | Mantua OH | Silver Lake OH | Stow OH | Tallmadge OH | Photography | Christmas | Holiday | Chanukah | Holiday Events | Santa | Boutique | Shop Local | Shopping | Holiday Shopping | A Christmas Story House | New Year's Eve | Fitness | Healthy | New Year | Paleo | Vegan | Winter | Lunch | Record Shops | Fireplaces | Bookstores | Farmers Markets | Coffee | Coffee Shops | Valentine's Day | Bars | Beer | Breweries | Cincinnati Bars & Restaurants | Newport | Downtown Cleveland | Neighborhood Guide | St. Patrick's Day | Copley OH | Irish | Massillon OH | Medina OH | Findlay Market | Architecture | Spring | Easter | Pets | North Canton OH | Charities | Giving Back | Karma Keg | Strongsville | Cocktails | Happy Hours | Eco-Friendly | Sustainability | Festivals | Summer | Roadtrips | Moving Tips | Memorial Day | Cabins | Camping | Glamping | Summer Events | Kids | Gardening | Home Improvement | Landscaping | Fourth of July | Fishing | Hiking | Outdoors | Skiing | Food Trucks | Nonprofits | Small Businesses | Lake Erie | Put-in-Bay | Affordable Homes | Over-the-Rhine OH | Luxury | Hyde Park OH | Alliance OH | Hartville OH | Instagram | Instagrammers | Podcasts | Wooster OH | Specialty Foods | Museums | Virtual Tours | Farms | Dessert | Wineries | Augusta, KY | Carrollton OH | Malvern OH | Lake Mohawk OH | Beachwood OH | Bedford OH | Brecksville OH | Independence OH | Mayfield Heights OH | Middleburg Heights OH | Ohio City OH | Pepper Pike OH | Rocky River OH | Seven Hills OH | Tremont OH | Westlake OH | Avon OH | Elyria OH | Amherst OH | Brunswick OH | Wadsworth OH | Aurora OH | Garrettsville OH | Streetsboro OH | Ravenna OH | Canal Fulton OH | East Sparta OH | Jackson Township OH | Louisville OH | Magnolia OH | Navarre OH | Perry Township OH | Plain Township OH | Sandyville OH | Uniontown OH | Waynesburg OH | Barberton OH | Cuyahoga Falls OH | Fairlawn OH | Green OH | Hudson OH | Munroe Falls OH | Bolivar OH | Dover OH | New Philadelphia OH | Bexley OH | Delaware OH | Downtown Columbus OH | Galena OH | German Village OH | Lewis Center OH | Ostrander OH | Powell OH | Short North OH | Sunbury OH | Westerville OH | Lancaster OH | Fayette County OH | Blacklick OH | Canal Winchester OH | Clintonville OH | Gahanna OH | Grandview Heights OH | Grove City OH | Groveport OH | Hilliard OH | New Albany OH | Obetz OH | Reynoldsburg OH | Upper Arlington OH | Whitehall OH | Worthington OH | Granville OH | Johnstown OH | Pataskala OH | London OH | Mount Sterling OH | West Jefferson OH | Pickaway County OH | Marysville OH | Florence KY | Union KY | Walton KY | Burlington KY | Western Hills OH | West Chester OH | Union County OH | Carroll County OH | Delaware County OH | Fairfield County OH | Franklin County OH | Hamilton County OH | Licking County OH | Lorain County OH | Madison County OH | Portage County OH | Summit County OH | Tuscarawas County OH | Wayne County OH | New Philadelphia | Parks | Wedding Venues | Local Businesses | Theater
April
20

8 Places for a Family Bike Ride Around Cincinnati

Family-Friendly Bike Trails - Cincinnati, OH - Cutler Real Estate

Spring is in the air, and it's a mighty fine time of year to go for a bike ride in Ohio. Here in the Cincinnati area, we're blessed with hundreds of miles of trails and greenways where cyclists can let loose. 

From flat bike paths that offer smooth pedaling to rugged parks crisscrossed by challenging mountain bike singletrack, you'll never run out of trails in Cincinnati. We're excited to share our favorite places for a family bike ride in the area.

Mt. Airy Forest

5083 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223

Mt. Airy Forest is one of America's oldest reforestation projects, originally established in 1911. Today, this 1,400-acre tract of reclaimed woodland is an amazing resource for Cincinnati residents looking for outdoor adventure. The terrain and trails in Mt. Airy Forest are also a bit more rugged and challenging than a typical city park, which makes this prime territory for mountain biking. The forest includes several multi-use trails as well as a 3.9-mile singletrack loop that was designed with mountain bikers in mind.

Little Miami Scenic Trail

3811 Newtown Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45244

Arguably the most well-known bike path in Cincinnati, the Little Miami Scenic Trail is also the longest, following the course of its namesake river for 78 miles between Newtown and Springfield. Along the way, it crosses five counties and is accessible through dozens of parks and trailheads in the Cincinnati area. The Trail is also paved, well-maintained, and for the most part, quite flat, making it ideal for cycling. The Avoca Trailhead and the Bass Island Trailhead are great places to start, both offering restrooms and ample parking, with access to a stretch of the Little Miami Scenic Trail that meanders through some lovely riverside city parks. 

Ohio River Trail

Corbin Street, Cincinnati, OH 45226

Following the bank of the Ohio River through the heart of Downtown Cincinnati, the Ohio River Trail offers one of the city's best urban bike rides. You can take in some great views of the river and the city skyline along the way. There are several access points, but the parking lot on Corbin Street, near the Schmidt Boat Ramp and Ball Fields, is a good place to start. The Ohio River Trail is also a work in progress. Around 10 miles are currently open, but it will stretch 23 miles end-to-end once completed, and provide a vital link from Downtown Cinci to many other parks and trails throughout the city. 

Miami Whitewater Forest

9001 Mt. Hope Rd., Harrison, OH 45030

The largest unit in the Hamilton County Parks system, Miami Whitewater Forest encompasses over 4,600 acres of woods, wetlands, meadows, creeks, and lakes. The park includes many miles of multi-use hike-and-bike trails for cyclists of all skill and fitness levels. The paved, 7.8-mile Shaker Trace Trail is great for a fairly easy bike ride over gently rolling terrain, but Miami Whitewater Forest also offers several shorter, more challenging dirt trails that twist and turn through the woods. The park also includes campgrounds and a 9-hole golf course. 

Lunkin Airport Bike Path

Wilmer Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45226

The Lunken Airport Bike Path is a 5-mile loop that encircles Cincinnati's Lunken Airport. It's a flat, paved pathway that's just a short trip from Downtown, making it an easily accessible loop for city residents. The path sits atop a levee that protects the airport from flooding. It connects with the Ohio River Trail and is also linked to the trail system in nearby Otto Armleder Memorial Park, so there are plenty of options if you want to alter or extend your route.

East Fork State Park

3294 Elklick Rd., Bethel, OH 45106

Just a 30-minute drive east of Cincinnati, East Fork State Park is one of the great destinations in the region for outdoor adventures of all kinds, biking included. A little over 4,800 acres, it's one of the largest state parks in Ohio and offers about 12 miles of hiking and biking trails that follow the ridges overlooking East Fork Lake. With numerous switchbacks, steep climbs, hills, and gullies, these trails offer some exciting terrain for mountain bikers, as well as sweeping views across the lake. Most park roads are also open to cyclists, and the park includes a campground, swimming beach, boat launch, and fishing pier. 

Mill Creek Greenway

Spring Grove Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45232

The Mill Creek Greenway is a beautiful paved bike path that follows the banks of Mill Creek through western Cincinnati. At present, only 3.5 miles of the trail are completed. But more ambitious plans are in the works, which will extend the trail over 50 miles along the banks of the creek that gives it its name, eventually connecting it to the Ohio River Trail and Winton Woods. For now, the existing segment provides a pleasant bike ride through Salway Park and long the edge of the Northside neighborhood, where you might be tempted to stop for a drink at beloved local watering holes like the Northside Yacht Club, which is just footsteps from the trail.

Mitchell Memorial Forest

5401 Zion Rd., Cleves, OH 45002

Located way out on the far west side of Cincinnati, Mitchell Memorial Forest is widely regarded as the best destination in the area for experienced mountain bikers. This 1,600-plus-acre park includes approximately 8 miles of challenging mountain biking trails, divided into two loops of around 4 miles each. The terrain is rugged and densely wooded, and the trails are tight singletrack with plenty of twists, turns, steep ascents and other challenges to keep the ride interesting. 

A Beautiful Ride

Where's your favorite place to ride around Cincy?

April
1

Explore Ohio: Visit These 9 Festivals & Events

Spring Festivals & Events - Explore Ohio - Cutler Real Estate

Itching to spend some time outdoors now that the weather is warming up again? So are we!

Thankfully, tons of springtime events and festivals are happening all over Ohio in the next few weeks. Whether you're in the Northeast Ohio, Columbus, or Cincinnati areas, you'll have no shortage of options. Why not fill in your calendar with a few of the best ones from our list below?

Geauga County Maple Festival

Chardon, OH 44024

Geauga County Maple Festival is back in Chardon Square April 21 – 24 this year. This beloved local event offers fun for the whole family, including rides, games, and live entertainment from local musicians. Make sure you visit on an empty stomach—you'll love taking part in their pancake breakfasts and pancake eating competitions (with plenty of maple syrup, of course). When you're done, you can enjoy festivities like maple candy carving, the crowning of the Maple Queen, and a syrup-making competition for local aficionados. All syrups in the competition are raffled off as part of the festivities, and a selection of other delicious maple-flavored treats will be available for purchase as well. 

The Great Steubenville Eggsibition

980 Lincoln Ave., Steubenville, OH 43952 

2022's Great Steubenville Eggsibition begins April 15. This event is a local tradition begun by the artisans at Nelson's Fine Art and Gifts, who have crafted over 20 giant eggs for display around the neighborhood. Each egg features beautiful artwork that has been hand-painted by local artists. The eggs are hidden around the Steubenville business district to simulate a traditional Easter egg hunt. See how many you can find while strolling around Steubenville this spring! 

Mohican Wildlife Weekend

3116 OH-3, Loudonville, OH 44842

The Mohican State Park's Mohican Wildlife Weekend April 22-24 is one of the most popular outdoor gatherings in Northeast Ohio. Some of the activities offered during this weekend include archery shooting, survival classes, gold panning, and a scavenger hunt. There are also several educational programs available at specific times, such as the Wings of Wonder Bird Presentation and a planetarium program where you can observe the movement of the stars. You'll need to reserve a spot for some activities in advance, so be sure to check out what's available and register before the event.

Taste of Granville

537 Jones Rd. NE, Granville, OH 43023

The second annual Taste of Granville event, 5–8 pm April 30, will be hosted by the Granville Rotary at the Bryn Du Mansion. This fast-paced dining experience offers you the chance to sample beer, wine, liquor, and cider from local brewers and distilleries and food from local eateries, including Wild Things Sandwich Café. Dashing Diner, and Ray Ray's Hog Pit. General tickets are available for $35. VIP tables can be booked for $250 to $500, depending on the size of your party.

Sertoma Ice Cream Festival

11339 Mt. Vernon Rd., Utica, OH 43080

The Sertoma Ice Cream Festival has taken place on the grounds of the Energy Cooperative and Velvet Ice Cream Company nearly every year since 1975. Guests will enjoy everything from pony rides and lawn games to a motorcycle and car show. If you're hungry, you can enjoy delicious local dishes like bratwurst, ham and beans, and gallons of premium ice cream. You can also browse a selection of crafts from dozens of local vendors. At just $5 admission per car, this is the perfect place to spend a pleasant spring afternoon with your family May 28-30.

Cincinnati Zoo Blooms

3400 Vine St. Cincinnati, OH 45220

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Kristan (@kristanhoffman)

The Cincinnati Zoo is always a great place for a fun weekend outing, but it's extra special during the spring Zoo Blooms event April 1-30. During the entire month of April, the zoo's abundant plant life blossoms into a full botanical garden. This period is also known as "Tulip Mania" for the incredible number of tulips on display, but you'll also find plenty of hyacinths and daffodils as well as a multitude of flowering trees and shrubs. There's no additional fee to visit the zoo during this time, so there's no better time for a visit.

Ohioana Book Festival

96 S. Grant Ave., Columbus, OH 43215

Can't get enough of books and literature? The upcoming Ohioana Book Festival April 30 is the place for you. Held by the Ohioana Library in Columbus, this event offers readings and in-depth panel discussions and a book fair, fun educational activities for kids, and delicious snacks. This year's theme is "Celebrating Ohio's Authors," and over 100 of the state's best-known writers will be attending.

Art and Earth Day

1763 Hamilton Cleves Rd., Hamilton, OH 45013

Every year, the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum celebrates Art and Earth Day, a special day that combines aspects of Arbor Day, Earth Day, and International Sculpture Day. Some of the activities available this year include bird and tree walks, a student art walk featuring works from the students at the University of Cincinnati, and a lively Happy Hour at the Grand Pavilion. Come take in some of the most impressive natural and manmade sights that Cincinnati has to offer from 9 am to 5 pm April 23.   

Cincy on Tap Festival

100 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202

The 2022 Cincy on Tap Festival will take place at the Great American Ball Park 1–4 pm April 9. This event gathers over 60 local breweries for an unforgettable afternoon of beer tasting and fun. Many of the area's best food trucks will also be serving food on-site, and local cover bands will be playing live during the entire event. Tickets start at $50 and include up to 30 4-ounce samples of premium beers made by local breweries, as well as a complimentary ticket to the Reds vs. Cardinals baseball game happening on April 24 at the ballpark. This is a 21+ event, so be sure to bring your ID on the big day! 

Ring in the Spring Season 

Which of these Ohio spring events will you be attending in the coming weeks? 

May
7

Catch a Sunset at These 9 Stunning Ohio Destinations

Where to See Sunsets Around Ohio - Cutler Real Estate

Musician Carlos Santana once said no sunsets are ever the same. Thanks to nature's infinite variety, sunset-watching is an endlessly fascinating activity that never grows old. The varied landscapes around Northeast Ohio, Columbus, and Cincinnati provide these wonderful spots to see the sun go down.

Lorain Lighthouse

1 W. Breakwater, Lorain, OH 44052

Once you see Lorain Lighthouse at sunset, with a backdrop of cotton candy clouds, you'll understand why it's known as the "Jewel of the Port." Its iconic outline has come to symbolize the city, and reproductions have been featured on everything from paintings and postcards to sweatshirts and needlework projects. Celebrate a special occasion with a romantic sunset wine dinner, held each Tuesday from June 15 through September 14. Tours are available for $20 per person, including the boat ride to and from the lighthouse.

Edgewater Park

4101 Fulton Pkwy., Cleveland, OH 44144

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by EyeMage (@udontknowmepics)

With 147 acres of land, including 9,000 feet of shoreline, you'll have little trouble finding your own sunset-viewing spot at Edgewater Park. As the westernmost location of the properties that make up the Lakefront Reservation, Edgewater Park affords majestic sightlines of the sunset as well as stunning views of Cleveland. Pack a picnic lunch and make a day of it by hiking or biking the all-purpose trails or taking Fido for a splash in the dog-friendly beach. Park hours are 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. daily.

Ledges Overlook

405 Truxell Rd., Peninsula, OH 44264

Lake Erie may be Mother Nature's main event in Northeast Ohio, but she left a spectacular mark in several inland spots as well. Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a popular destination because of features such as Ledges Overlook, a rock outcropping with unimpaired views of the western vista. Plan some extra time to hike the 2.2-mile loop trail to see the unusual rock formations. Many people love to visit Ledges Overlook during fall when the changing colors of the leaves and the pastel colors of the sunset make you feel as though you're in a painting. Cuyahoga Valley National Park is open 24 hours, but Ledges Overlook closes from dusk until dawn. Admission is free.

Smale Riverfront Park

166 W. Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH 45202

A spot that was once nothing but parking lots between the two stadiums is now one of the most beloved locations in Cincinnati. Even though Smale Riverfront Park has been open only since 2012, many residents can't remember what Cincinnati was like without it. Sunset is considered the best time to visit the park when the fading rays cast a glow across the already impressive Roebling Suspension Bridge. Filled with walking and biking paths, a splash pad and playground, fountains, gardens, pergolas, and a carousel, Smale Riverfront Park has plenty of family-friendly attractions to keep you entertained as you wait for the sun to go down.

Primavista

810 Matson Place, Cincinnati, OH 45204

How many restaurants have a section on their website dedicated to their view? Even the name, Primavista, translates to, "first sight." Readers of Cincinnati Magazine voted Primavista as the city's best Italian restaurant, and the views are cited as frequently as the food. Dine on traditional Italian favorites such as veal Marsala and spaghetti and meatballs as you take in breathtaking views of the city, enhanced by the day's last rays of sunlight. Planning a romantic sunset dinner at a local park? Everything on the menu is available for carryout. Hours are 5 - 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 5 - 10 p.m. Friday, 4:30 - 10 p.m. Saturday, and 4:30 - 8 p.m. Sunday. Reservations are recommended.

Ault Park

5090 Observatory Circle, Cincinnati, OH 45208

A bronze plaque on the terrace of Ault Park pays tribute to the legacy of former park commissioner Levi Addison Ault, who donated the property in 1911. Adopt-A-Plot Garden, with 39 sections developed and tended by volunteers, has earned national awards and acclaim for its innovative concept. One of the more popular spots in the dog-friendly park is Heekin Overlook, where sweeping views of the Little Miami River make it a prime spot for sunset-watching. Ault Park is open seven days a week from 6 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Park of Roses

3923 N. High St., Columbus, OH 43214

Park of Roses is like a scene out of a dream any time of day, but it reaches a greater level of grandeur at sunset. Founded in 1953, this 13-acre space within Whetstone Park is covered with 11,000 roses of more than 350 different types. The park features several individual gardens, including the Heritage Garden and the Herb Garden, that showcase specific variations. Visit the park in summertime to see the flowers in full bloom. Hours are dawn to dusk daily, and there is no charge to enter the park.

Scioto Mile

233 S. Civic Center Dr., Columbus, OH 43215

Enjoy an urban sunset in the heart of the city at Scioto Mile. More than 175 acres of scenery are surrounded by the downtown skyline, resulting in a beautiful juxtaposition as the sun goes down. Scioto Mile is comprised of nine individual parks, each with its own attractions, so every visit is different. Admire the public artworks, do some bird watching, tackle a climbing wall, or just relax on one of the swinging benches. All parks along the Scioto Mile are open 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. daily and there is no admission fee.

Antrim Park

5800 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus, OH 43085

A scenic quarried lake is the centerpiece of Antrim Park, named for the owner of the company that once quarried the 120 acres of property. Once a year, the waters are stocked with rainbow trout for fishing along the banks or off the dock. Bring your dog along for a brisk walk or run along the beautiful trails. Afterward, let your pet cool off with a swim in the lake. Antrim Park is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me

Experts say sunsets have a positive effect on mental and emotional well-being. What's your favorite reason to watch the sun go down?

April
14

Go Technology-Free at These 9 Primitive Campgrounds Around Cincinnati

Primitive Camping Around Cincinnati - Cutler Real Estate

Spring is in the air in the Cincinnati area, and you know what that means. It's time to get outside and enjoy it! After being cooped up all winter, we're all eager to see some greenery, unplug and get away from screens for a while. 

The Cincy area offers virtually unlimited potential for adventures in the great outdoors, from hiking and biking to fishing and picnicking. These beautiful rustic campgrounds are perfect places to do all of the above, and they're all within a short drive of the city. That makes them perfect for a weekend getaway.

Lake Isabella Campground

10174 Loveland Madeira Rd., Loveland, OH 45140

Just 20 minutes from Cincinnati, Lake Isabella is a great place to experience rustic camping without straying too far from the city. With 24 primitive tent sites, the campground is by a grove of trees not far from the lake. Each site has a picnic table, and each group of four sites shares a communal fire pit. Lake Isabella offers excellent fishing, and the campground is also within walking distance of a canoe and kayak launch on the Little Miami River. 

Stonelick State Park

2895 Lake Dr., Pleasant Plain, OH 45162

Stonelick State Park sits less than 45 minutes from Cincinnati and offers a 1,058-acre wild getaway on the shores of Stonelick Lake. The park is home to one of the area's best family campgrounds for anyone who wants to get away from it all. Shady and secluded, the campground includes about 100 campsites, with a mix of electric and non-electric sites, including some right on the water. Primitive group sites are available too. Stonelick Lake is known for excellent bass, catfish, and bluegill fishing and also offers a public beach and boating for small craft.

Winton Woods Campground

651 Lakeview Dr., Cincinnati, OH 45231

A beautiful campground within the Cincinnati city limits? Yes, please! Winton Woods Campground is a perfect camping destination for families who don't have the time to travel to a far-flung wilderness. And while this campground may not exactly be "roughing it," they do offer lovely, shaded campsites for tents as well as RVs, with easy access to amenities like electricity, WiFi, and modern restrooms and showers. Its proximity to the city means this campground fills up fast on weekends, so book your site early!

Caesar Creek State Park

8570 OH-73, Waynesville, OH 45068

View this post on Instagram

A post shared by Lucy (@lucymaklu)

One of Southwest Ohio's top destinations for swimming, boating, and water sports, Caesar Creek State Park overlooks the picturesque waters of 2,830-acre Caesar Creek Lake. The park's campground offers nearly 300 sites, including full-hookup RV sites as well as many that are designated tents-only. Each site has a picnic table and campfire ring. Caesar Creek State Park is known for having one of the most beautiful public beaches in the region, but it's also a great place for hiking and bird watching. The park is home to about 25 miles of hiking trails, which explore a diverse habitat rich in plant and animal life. 

Hueston Woods State Park

6301 Park Office Rd., College Corner, OH 45003

Hueston Woods State Park offers more than 300 campsites, including both electric and non-electric sites, and even an equestrian group camp. The campground ranges from shady and secluded to open and spacious, and all campers have access to showers and modern amenities. Hueston Woods State Park offers hiking, fishing, horseback riding, disc golf, and a wide range of other activities. It's especially popular among fossil hunters, and its rich limestone beds yield rich deposits of fossilized marine life. 

East Fork State Park

3294 Elklick Road, Bethel, OH 45106

Offering one of the largest campgrounds in Southwestern Ohio, East Fork State Park is home to more than 400 campsites for tents as well as RVs. Electric hookups are available (a handful of sites also include water and sewer hookups), and all sites include picnic tables and access to drinking water. This spacious campground offers a mix of shady sites, as well as some that are more open. The park itself spans more than 4,000 acres and includes fishing and boating access to William H. Harsha Lake, as well as more than 50 miles of hiking trails.

Buckeye Trail (Terrell Park Trailhead)

130 Longworth St., Milford, OH 45150

Ohio's premier long-distance backpacking route, the Buckeye Trail is for campers who really want to get away from it all. The trail forms a 1,440-mile loop that circles the entire state, with lean-tos and primitive backcountry campsites all along the way for overnight hikers. One of the best places to start exploring the Buckeye Trail is the small town of Milford, Ohio. Just 25 minutes from Cincinnati, Milford is an official "Trail Town," and the Buckeye Trailhead at Jim Terrell Park is one of many prime entrances to the trail. Hikers can also get a permit to camp in the park overnight. 

Cowan Lake State Park

1750 Osborn Rd., Wilmington, OH 45177

With a reputation for being one of Ohio's most beautiful state parks, Cowan Lake is a photographer's dream come true and a great place to spend a few days off the grid. The campground offers electric and non-electric sites, as well as primitive tent-only group camping areas. Several miles of trails meander through the woods and along the shore of Cowan Lake. Keep an eye out for waterfowl and inlets filled with blooming American Lotus water lily as you explore the lakeshore, and bring a fishing rod. The lake is known for excellent catches of Largemouth Bass. 

Miami Whitewater Forest

9001 Mt. Hope Rd., Harrison, OH 45030

Just 25 miles northwest of Cincinnati, Miami Whitewater Forest is a 4,670-acre playground for anyone who enjoys spending time in the great outdoors. The forest offers many miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails, along with ample access for fishing and kayaking on 85-acre Miami Whitewater Forest Lake. Campers can choose among 45 campsites, each with a picnic table, fire ring, and electric hookup, and all just footsteps away from the lake. Miami Whitewater Forest also includes an 11-acre dog park where you are welcome to let your dog run off-leash. 

Happy Camper

Where will you unplug and enjoy the great outdoors around Cincinnati?

March
4

Cleveland: Where to Train for Your Next 5K

Running Trails - Northeast Ohio - Cutler Real Estate

Lace-up your running shoes and fill up your water bottle — it's time to train for your next race! As the warm weather slides into Northeast Ohio, the many trails and pathways around the region are shaking off their snow and inviting runners to go the extra mile in preparation for 5Ks, 10Ks, and marathon races! Even if you're not training to beat your record time, frequent running will keep your form consistent and help you complete each race you enter. Check out these trails located in a few of our favorite green spaces around the Cleveland area.

Big Creek Reservation

4101 Fulton Parkway, Cleveland, OH 44144

 
 
 
 
 
View this post on Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by @diane.busch1953 on

The fishing, sledding, and picnicking at Big Creek Reservation are all enjoyable, but the gem of the park has to be the gorgeous Lake to Lake Trail. Connecting Lake Isaac to Lake Abram, this 2.4-mile all-purpose trail crosses through the wetlands and provides a steady pathway for runners entering into their first race to gain their footing.

Punderson State Park

11755 Kinsman Road, Newbury, OH 44065

 
 
 
 
 
View this post on Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Amanda-ExploringClevelandParks (@exploringclevelandparks) on

Just a short drive from downtown Cleveland is Punderson State Park. While others boat on Punderson Lake or play golf, you can take advantage of nearly 11 miles of trail. Of the eight trails in the park, the farthest is 2.2 miles, while the shortest is a simple 0.1 mile — most hover been 0.75 and 1.2 miles. With such easy and accessible trails available, this is a great place to get a quick run in before you enjoy the park's other amazing amenities.

North Chagrin Reservation

Cleveland Metro Park Drive, Mayfield Village, OH 44143

 
 
 
 
 
View this post on Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Susan Lash (@sz_lash) on

The North Chagrin Reservation is a fantastic place for runners who love adventure. Within the reservation is Foster's Run, a stunning trail that connects a newly constructed all-purpose trail with an old roadway. Although this trail connects the Wilson Mills Road Trailhead parking lot with the Forest Picnic Area, you can choose to jump on the Buckeye Trail or Bridle Trail to extend your run. There's also a physical fitness trail on the reservation that offers additional opportunities to exercise.

Acacia Reservation

26899 Cedar Road, Lyndhurst, OH 44124

 
 
 
 
 
View this post on Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Anna Pauline Chłopecki (@chlopeck) on

Looking for a place to run with nature while doing so on a paved path? Acacia Reservation sounds like the spot for you. Their 1.7-mile paved loop trail offers an opportunity to tackle a manageable run or work on your stamina with multiple laps.

Springfield Bog Metro Park

1400 Portage Line Road, Akron, OH 44312

 
 
 
 
 
View this post on Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by My Ohio Adventure (@myohioadventure) on

The Springfield Bog Metro Park is home to the Prairie Trail, an easy 1.6-mile jaunt that leads runners through a gorgeous prairie. This park is less than a decade old and was once unused farmland. As you run, you'll see more than 40 species of plant wave to you as this beautiful new boggy area continues to thrive.  

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

15610 Vaughn Road, Brecksville, OH 44141

 
 
 
 
 
View this post on Instagram
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Cuyahoga Valley National Park (@cuyahogavalleynps) on

The parks and reservations above offer fantastic trails that will surely help you get in shape for your 5K, but we've saved our top pick for last — Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This massive park connecting Akron and Cleveland offers up over 125 miles worth of hiking trail for you to break in your running shoes and set your sights on breaking every goal you set. With so many trails to choose from, you'll have plenty of opportunities to get to know this park inside and out. Here are a few of the trails we suggest you conquer in each area of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Kendall Lake Area Trails

The trails in the Kendall Lake Area are practically built for runners who want to gradually increase their goals. We like to think of them as perfect markers to help track our progress. The Lake Trail is an easy one-mile trail while the Cross Country Trail is a little more challenging at 2.5 miles. Did you guess that the third trail, the Salt Run Trail, was 3.3 miles and the most challenging? Master each one individually, then combine them to really test your limits!

Ledges Area Trails

Here are two sets of trails for two types of runners. Those who are shaking off the rust or are running for their first time will love the easy Forest Point Trail and Haskell Run. Both are only half-of-a-mile long and hardly have an elevation change. The other two trails, Ledges Trail and Pine Grove Trail are each 2.2 miles long and offer a moderate challenge. We love running the longer trails for endurance and hitting the shorter trailers hard for an explosive final sprint to the finish!

Cuyahoga Valley Trails

The Cuyahoga Valley Trails tackle three areas of the park from Station Road to Boston to Everett. Their four loop trails have the following distances: Station Road Bridge to Red Lock 10.3 miles, Red Lock to Boston 8.1 miles, Boston to Peninsula 7.4 miles, and Peninsula to Hunt Farm 9.4 miles. While trekking through these areas, you'll use different pathways including the statewide Buckeye Trail, the Valley Trail, and Towpath Trail. These runs can be quite tiresome, especially if you're still getting into the groove of long-distance running. Thankfully, there are many parking lots lining the trails, which allow you to carve out small sections of them and gradually increase your out-and-back distance when you're comfortable.

Oak Hill and Plateau Trails

If you follow Oak Hill Road north just past the Cuyahoga Valley Environment Education Center, you'll be able to access the Oak Hill Trail and the Plateau Trail. Both trails are loops, with the Oak Hill Trail labeled an easy trail at 1.8 miles and the Plateau Trail stretching just under 5 miles, with a moderate to difficult ranking. Either trail alone offers a solid run; however, what we like most about this duo is the Oak Hill Trail connects to the Plateau Trail at six spots. If 5 miles is too much yet 2 miles is too little, you can break off of the Oak Hill trail, run through sections of the Plateau Trail, then jump back on the Oak Trail to finish. This allows you to make the Oak Hill Trail stretch as far as you desire.

Wetmore Area Trails

The Wetmore Area Trails are quite scenic, so much so that when we aren't training for a race, we love to take the slow route via horseback. You can access five trails from the Hunt House right on Bolanz Road — Wetmore Trail, Butler's Trail, Langes Run Trail, Tabletop Trail, and Valley Trail. Butler's Trail is a quick and easy 0.6-mile out-and-back trail while the Tabletop Trail is a little longer at 0.75 mile that acts as a short cut through the Wetmore Trail. The Wetmore Trail and Langes Trail are longer, at 4.5 miles and 3.5 miles respectively, and offer a moderate to difficult run. However, we suggest that marathon runners set their sights on the 19-mile Valley Trail. It's quite a trek, but uninterrupted paths with ranging levels of difficulty offer a chance to really test your strength and stamina.

On Track

Where are your favorite places to run free around Cleveland? Let us know in the comments below!

July
16

The Ultimate Guide to Annual Events in Columbus, Ohio

Columbus is a thriving metropolis in the heart of the Midwest known for its friendly people, trendy fashion, growing economy and delicious restaurants. And those are just some of the reasons we think it's one of the best places to call home in the world. Columbus is a great place to be any time of the year, so whether you live here or are just passing through — there are plenty of things to do! The Buckeye City maintains an action-packed events calendar, from art festivals to spectacular fireworks displays, all year long. So take a look at the many annual events in Columbus and see how many you can attend this year!
Skip ahead: Summer | Fall | Winter | Spring

Summer

Columbus Asian Festival

Columbus Annual Events

Photo courtesy of the T. So-Asian Festival

This free festival welcomes more than 100,000 visitors annually and continues to grow in popularity. Boasting sports, games, cultural exhibits, delicious food, shopping, martial arts and stunning performances — the festival showcases the best of Asian culture and promotes the importance of diversity. Don't miss it!  

The Memorial Tournament

The Memorial Tournament is a premier event on the PGA Tour held annually at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin. The tournament was founded with three goals in mind: to honor those who have distinguished themselves in the game of golf; to showcase the world's best golfers competing on one of the most challenging courses in the world; and to benefit many greater Columbus charities. Proceeds from this popular event go to the Nicklaus Children's Healthcare Foundation, Nationwide Children's Hospital and numerous other local organizations.  

Columbus Arts Festival

The Columbus Arts Festival has been a must-see event for more than 50 years, and it's no wonder why. It has been rated as one of the top festivals in the nation by several national publications and includes interactive activities, performances, food & beverages, and incredible work from local, national, and international artists alike. Catch it every June on the Scioto Mile.  

Columbus PRIDE Festival

With approximately 500,000 visitors each year, the Columbus PRIDE Festival is one of the largest pride events in the Midwest. The event usually includes a massive downtown parade along with 150+ vendors, two live music stages and a family area!  

Red, White & BOOM!

Red, White & BOOM! began in 1981 when 30,000 locals gathered in Bicentennial Park to watch a small fireworks display. Since then, it has grown into the largest Fourth of July event in Columbus and one of the most widely recognized fireworks displays in the entire Midwest!  

Jazz & Rib Fest

Two words: jazz and ribs — need we say more? This highly anticipated summertime event offers a little something for both jazz and rib connoisseurs, providing the Columbus area with the best of both. Plus, this unique festival is held annually along the Scioto Mile, a revitalized downtown riverfront that provides the perfect location for hot ribs and cool jazz.  

Ohio State Fair

Agricultural exhibitions, a massive midway full of rides, and an incredible lineup of musical performances are just some of the fun festivities in store for you at the Ohio State Fair. The cherry on top is the gigantic helping of mouthwatering fair food — which will have you looking forward to this event every year!  

Dublin Irish Festival

Columbus Annual Events

Photo courtesy of the Dublin Irish Festival

The Dublin Irish Festival is the largest-three day Irish festival on the planet, offering a plethora of acts and performers each year. The event has been held on the first weekend in August for over 30 years and more than 100,000 guests attend each year!  

Columbus Food Truck Festival

Every summer on the Columbus riverfront, you can sample delicious food from more than 70 Ohio food trucks all on one extraordinary day! In addition to the massive amounts of food, there's also always plenty of live music and arts & crafts for all ages.  

Columbus Greek Festival

Celebrate everything you love about Greek culture at this colorful annual festival! Featuring Greek song and dance, cathedral tours, traditional costumes, and delicious food and drink, this event truly provides an opportunity to experience Greek culture without the expensive plane ticket. Every summer, explore the shops, dance to live music, and enjoy a unique Greek tasting experience that whisks you away to another time and place.  

Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival

This annual Labor Day arts festival draws more than 25,000 visitors each year and is considered Upper Arlington's signature event! It takes place in the idyllic Northam Park and showcases the works of local, regional and national artists working with a variety of media. Additionally, there is always live performances, a family-friendly activities area, and a variety of food and beverage booths.  

Fall

Columbus Oktoberfest

Columbus Annual Events

Photo courtesy of Spirit Photography via the Columbus Oktoberfest

Put on your lederhosen and raise your beer stein for Columbus Oktoberfest! This fun, annual celebration puts Columbus' German heritage on display with plenty of beer, polka and delicious food. Even the kiddos are invited to hang out in the Kinderplatz while you enjoy beer-hall style dining with the adults. PROST!  

Country Living Fair

This massive fair showcases hundreds of vendors from more than 25 states selling antiques, vintage items, handcrafted goods, arts, furniture, home decor, clothing, jewelry, specialty foods and so much more. Meet the editors of Country Living Magazine and HGTV superstars, attend seminars and how-tos, see artisan demonstrations, and shop the Harvest & Gourmet Market. There's no better place or time in Columbus to get inspiration for your home decor!  

Fashion Week Columbus

Unbeknownst to many, Columbus is a fashion capital of the world. Don't believe us? Attend the annual Fashion Week Columbus, which showcases couture from our best local designers, fashion icons and spots to shop for your next head-turning fashion look!  

Creepside Festival

This annual Halloween festival is one you don't want to miss! This event is free and appropriate for all ages with a number of kid-friendly activities, including live music, games, a haunted trail, escape rooms, character interactions, pumpkin painting, trick-or-treating with local organizations, and more.  

HighBall Halloween

Every year during Halloween time, head to the vibrant Short North Arts District for a Halloween party unlike any other! HighBall Halloween is considered one of the nation's most elaborate costume parties, bridging runway style with the culture of this lively area. This festive weekend attracts over 40,000 costumed participants in a celebration of costumes and creativity.  

Winter

Wildlights

For over 30 years, this family tradition has been a holiday must-see. Visit the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium during the holidays to see beautiful light displays along with your favorite animals. There are also fun animated light shows, a visit from Rudolph and his friends, the Polar Bear Express, Camel Rides and more!  

Conservatory Aglow

Conservatory Aglow is the biggest and brightest holiday show at the Franklin Park Conservatory every year. Artfully placed light installations highlight the lush horticulture displays within the interior biomes and courtyards. The Paul Busse model railway, hand blown glass ornament trees and poinsettia trees provide the perfect backdrop for photo opportunities. They also offer adult libations and seasonal food to help get you in the holiday spirit!  

WinterFest

WinterFest is a celebration of giving featuring local and national musical acts, seasonal ales from hometown breweries, and favorite dishes from Columbus food trucks! This event kicks off the dazzling illumination of lights along the Scioto Mile.  

Village Lights

Columbus Annual Events Visit the historic streets of German Village during the holiday season to discover a world of lights and magic! Follow luminaries from shop to shop and start checking off your holiday gift list as businesses are always open late with holiday specials. At StriezelMarkt on the Platz, you'll find vendors, Mr. and Mrs. Claus, ice carvings, live music and more. Plus, the holiday lights display is one of the most breathtaking in the entire Columbus area!  

First Night Columbus

This spectacular New Year's Eve celebration is held in downtown Columbus and is a choose-your-own-adventure event packed full of fun every year. Check out a hands-on activity, enjoy live music, shows and of course, the fireworks finale. Perfect for families, First Night Columbus is the place to be when saying goodbye to the previous year!  

Spring

Blooms & Butterflies

See colorful butterflies take flight at the Franklin Park Conservatory! The exhibit is open from March until September, and patrons can visit at any time to see a diverse array of butterflies fluttering or resting on lush plants. Experts will be available to answer any questions you might have!  

Pearl Market

Columbus Annual Events Spring marks the opening of local farmers' markets! While there are several great options around town, we always look forward to the opening of the Pearl Market in downtown Columbus. Hit the market every Tuesday and Friday starting in early June to find locally grown produce, freshly baked goodies and hand-crafted trinkets.  

Happy Celebrating!

Whether you're getting ready to enjoy a massive Irish festival or a spectacular holiday fireworks display, we hope you have a great time! What annual events in Columbus do you look forward to every year?
March
28

14 Easter Events in the Akron & Canton Area

The warmer weather, colorful spring decorations and endless marshmallow Peeps adorning store shelves can only mean one thing — it's almost Easter! We love this holiday not only because of the amount of chocolate that we get to eat but also because of the extra time we get to spend with friends and family. Luckily, the Akron and Canton area is full of celebrations where we can enjoy time with loved ones, including Easter egg hunts, eggstravagant brunches and photo opportunities with the bunny himself! Here are 14 events we're most looking forward to this year. Enjoy!

Easter Bunny Arrival Eggstravaganza

Where: Belden Village Mall, Canton When: March 30, 9-11 a.m. Welcome the Easter Bunny to Canton at an "Eggstravaganza" at the Belden Village Mall! Celebrate his arrival by hunting for eggs, eating a delicious Easter-themed breakfast, getting your face painted, playing with live bunnies and decorating cupcakes. This event will take place in the food court and children are encouraged to bring a basket for the egg hunt.

Photos with the Easter Bunny at the Belden Village Mall

Where: Belden Village Mall, Canton When: March 30-April 20, Times Vary Visit the Easter Bunny at his home in the Belden Village Mall and get your picture taken with him! He'll be stationed in front of a charming photo backdrop full of luscious greenery and fresh flowers from the end of March to the day before Easter. Click here for more information on the Easter photo packages.

Breakfast with the Bunny

Where: The Akron Zoo When: April 6-7, 13-14 & 20, 8:30-10 a.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events

Photo courtesy of the Akron Zoo

Join the Akron Zoo for a breakfast buffet, crafts, activities, a visit with the Easter Bunny, and an egg hunt full of fun prizes. This event will be held over three weekends in April and you can get your tickets here. Don't forget to bring your own camera and basket!

Brunch with the Bunny

Where: Roses Run Country Club, Stow When: April 6, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to have brunch with the Easter Bunny! Visit the Roses Run Country Club and enjoy a brunch buffet, plenty of bunny photo opportunities and an egg hunt on the green. All of the proceeds from this event will provide funding for Riverview PTA to help sponsor educational and social programs for the students. You can get your tickets here.

Egg Hunt at the Hollow

Where: Quail Hollow Park, Hartville When: April 13, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Cincinnati Easter Events Celebrate spring and Easter with a festive egg hunt at Quail Hollow Park. Explore the Nature Center, meet live animals and make a craft after hunting for eggs around the beautiful grounds! This event is free and open to all ages. You can register here.

Decorate Easter Eggs!

Where: Little Van Gogh Art Studio When: April 13, 1-2 p.m. Head over to the Little Van Gogh Art Studio and paint plastic eggs! You and your child will be able to let your imagination run wild as you decorate your egg using anything from glitter to feathers. This fun experience costs $12 and children of all ages are welcome to attend.

Adult Easter Egg Hunt

Where: The Winery at Wolf Creek, Barberton When: April 14, 10:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events Who says Easter egg hunts are just for kids? At this adult-only event, you'll be able to search for eggs filled with candy, toys and prizes all around the winery grounds. This hunt is a BYOB (bring your own basket) festivity and the pre-registration of $20 includes a glass of wine and a donut to fuel your search!

Adult Egg Scramble

Where: Fred Fuller Park, Kent When: April 19, 9 p.m. Grab your flashlight and a bag and visit Fred Fuller Park in Kent for a fun-filled adult-only event. Search for eggs, prizes and candy in the dark, and get the chance to find winning eggs with over $5,000 in prizes, including big screen TVs, bikes, kayaks, a drone, cash and more! Click here to get your ticket.  

Lock 3 Easter Egg Hunt

Where: Lock 3, Akron When: April 20, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Head over to Lock 3 and have breakfast with the Easter Bunny before spending the morning hunting for eggs. This delicious breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee. After you eat, collect Easter eggs and get a photo with the bunny himself!

Easter Egg Hunt at Stan Hywet

Where: Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, Akron When: April 20, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events

Photo courtesy of Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens

Bring the entire family out to Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens for one of Akron's most popular Easter traditions! Children nine and under can participate in the famed egg hunt while the whole family is invited to spend the day visiting with the Easter Bunny and enjoying a beautiful spring day on the estate. Make sure to purchase your ticket before you go, as this event sells out quickly.

Youth Egg Hunt

Where: Fred Fuller Park, Kent When: April 20, 12:45 p.m. At this free family-friendly event, children nine and under will be able to hunt for over 5,000 eggs and visit with the Easter Bunny. Some eggs will contain numbers and can be redeemed for prizes, but don't forget your basket!

Green Parks & Recreation Easter Egg Hunt

Where: City of Green Central Administration Building, Uniontown When: April 20, 1p.m. Residents in and around Green are welcome to visit the City of Green Central Administration building for an egg hunt the day before Easter! Ages infant through 10-years old are welcome to participate and families are encouraged to spend the spring afternoon enjoying the beautiful grounds. Make sure to bring your basket and register online before you go!

Easter Talent Show

Where: Buchtel Commons, Akron When: April 20, 5-8 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events Join the Fallen Fathers Foundation at their Inaugural Save Our Community Easter Talent Show. Watch incredible performing and visual arts from Akron area youth, grades kindergarten through 12th grade. This brand new event will be hosted by Crisis, featuring music from iLL WiLL and a surprise celebrity guest!

Easter Brunch

Where: Courtyard by Marriott Akron Downtown When: April 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Kick off your Easter celebration by enjoying a delicious brunch at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Akron! This brunch will include scrambled eggs, french toast, bacon, sausage, breakfast potatoes, pastries, an omelet station and much more. You can make your reservation by calling (234) 231-7717.  

Happy Easter!

From all of us at Cutler Real Estate, we hope you have a fun holiday!
March
11

7 Columbus Area Homes That Are Ready for Spring

It's almost spring! This time of year, we love looking at homes in the area that offer spacious backyards, lush spring foliage and decks perfect for soaking the warmer weather in. That's why we curated a list of homes in and around Columbus that have gorgeous yards, gardens and even spring-inspired decor. We promise you'll find at least one home on this list that will help get you in the spring spirit!  

Delightful One Story Home with Beautiful Details

4 Beds | 2 Full Baths | 2 Partial Baths | 3,073 Square Feet | $550,000 Columbus Homes for Sale Columbus Homes for Sale

This home can be found at 9461 Cape Wrath Drive, Dublin | Listed by Conley & Partners

This beautifully detailed one-story home in Dublin offers high ceilings and numerous large windows that let in gorgeous natural light. Don't miss the open great room, brand new kitchen, the spacious bedrooms, and the stunning yard perfect for any spring activity!  

Incredible Delaware Dream Home

5 Beds | 6 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 9,200 Square Feet | $2,424,900 Columbus Homes for Sale Columbus Homes for Sale

This home can be found at 8316 River Rock Lane, Delaware | Listed by Everingham & Hodak

Situated on almost five acres of wooded, riverfront property, this gorgeous home boasts numerous unbeatable features. We love the stunning kitchen that features professional appliances and eye-catching decor along with the spa-like master suite. From the dreamy garden to the bright spring colors sprinkled throughout — you won't find a home more ready for spring than this.  

Stunning Custom Home in Highland Lakes

4 Beds | 4 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 3,167 Square Feet | $549,000 Columbus Homes for Sale Columbus Homes for Sale

This home can be found at 5444 Quail Hollow Way, Westerville | Listed by Linda Wasil

This must-see custom home is nestled in Highland Lakes and offers a spacious and recently updated floor plan. The hardwood floors and brand new carpet throughout along with the hearth room off the remodeled kitchen make this home feel warm and welcoming. Additional features include a spacious, vaulted owner's suite, a large great room, a full basement with a theater room and bar area, and never-ending closets that are perfect for storing your winter coats.  

Outdoor Enthusiast's Dream in the Quarry

3 Beds | 2 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 2,581 Square Feet | $460,000 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 6480 Quarry Lane, Dublin | Listed by John Francis

This gorgeous home is tucked away in the Quarry and backs to a large, wooded backyard that any outdoor enthusiast will adore. The interior features spacious bedrooms, a lovely and functional great room, a large updated kitchen, and a spacious basement.  

Creative Custom Home Nestled in the New Albany Country Club

5 Beds | 4 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 4,485 Square Feet | $1,050,000 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 4112 Croan, New Albany | Listed by Doug Green

This quality built home is located in the Waterson community of the New Albany Country Club. The creatively designed floor plan features five finished levels of living space and boasts everything from stunning hardwood floors to custom cabinetry, beautiful stone and wood countertops, and so much more!  

Easily Maintained Two-Story Condo in Powell

3 Beds | 2 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 1,665 Square Feet | $228,999 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 3376 Timberside Drive, Powell | Listed by Janelle Blue

While spring is one of our favorite times of the year, with the change of seasons comes tedious outside home maintenance. In this two-story condo settled in the Villas at Woodcutter, experience exterior maintenance-free living! Just sit back and relish in the warmer weather and longer days while enjoying a spacious floor plan full of brand new features.  

Recently Updated Estates of Walk Woods Gem

4 Beds | 3 Full Baths | 1 Partial Bath | 2,920 Square Feet | $494,500 Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH Homes for Sale in Columbus, OH

This home can be found at 2457 Rufus Court, Lewis Center | Listed by Conley & Partners

This recently updated home offers plenty of luxurious features, including a cook's dream kitchen, a dreamy master suite, and a lower level complete with plenty of entertaining space. As spring arrives, enjoy the massive patio with a fireplace and the arbor with flowering landscaping!  

Did one of these homes catch your eye?

Let us know in the comments! To see more properties available in the Columbus area, use our property search or contact us today.  

Login to My Homefinder

Login to My Homefinder