Columbus is a vibrant, unique city with a handful of neighborhoods that really show off the different personalities of the 14th largest city in the United States.
Italian Village, one of Columbus’ first suburbs, is a neighborhood that does not disappoint with its history, unique finds and scenery. The neighborhood is an eclectic mix of old and new and is a part of the vibrant Short North section. The architecture is interesting and the locals have managed to keep some of the unique architectural features of the old while mixing with the new. For the old, check out the row houses near East Russell and Kerr streets, or the beautiful St. John the Baptist Italian Catholic Church on Hamlet. For the new, check out the urban transformation project at 50-2 Brickel Street or any of the newly completed homes at Jeffrey Park.
The population is 4,300 and the average home price is $230,000. The area is known for its narrow brick streets, restaurants, bars and shopping. Some places to check out are coffee and delicious pastries at Fox in the Snow, or a craft beer at Hoof Hearted and Seven Sons.
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