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Ashville is a cozy Columbus suburb with a community of about 5,000 people. It is the quintessential American small town, with a conservative and family-friendly community of friendly neighbors. Real estate in Ashville is affordable, allowing the majority of residents to become homeowners. The cost of living in Asheville is lower than the national average, and the community benefits from a year-round calendar of social events, good schools, and beautiful scenery. Read on below the listings to learn more about Ashville.
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Things to Do in Ashville
To understand the heritage of the area, visit Ashville's Ohio Small Town Museum. See the first traffic light, historic Ohio flags, and nostalgic memorabilia, all set up in Ashville's original train depot.
Every year to celebrate Independence Day, Ashville hosts a 5-day 4th of July Celebration. The vibrant community celebration includes a massive fish fry, live entertainment, rides, food, a Grand Parade, and of course a fireworks show. Residents can also enjoy the town's other holiday celebrations, including Halloween and Christmas festivities.
Another festival Asvhille famously hosts each year is the Viking Festival. This family friendly event brings history to life with plenty of fun, featuring meals with lots of meat, life music, dancing, swordplay, workshops, and life re-enactments. The festival takes place every April and draws history enthusiasts from around the state.
Bordered by Little Walnut Creek and the Scioto River, Cooks Creek is a nature area loved by bird watchers, also featuring a scenic golf course.
There are a few small restaurants in Ashville, including the German vineyard and winery Herrenhaus Elflein where guests enjoy locally grown grapes, the wines they are made from, and a menu featuring Boar's Head meats and cheeses to pair with them.
Why People Love Living in Ashville
Members of the Ashville community tend to be conservative, with 10 churches in town and a generally traditional culture. People enjoy the family friendly atmosphere and affordability, with Columbus close enough to make shopping, air travel, and entertainment easily accessible, while still enjoying the safety and peaceful lifestyle of a small town.
Ashville offers a true four seasons experience, with cold, snowy weather typical from December to March each year and hot summers to enjoy the lakes, pools, and rivers in the area. The affordability of Ashville is another major benefit that residents enjoy, making home ownership attainable for many in town with a cost of living is below the national average.
Ashville public schools are a part of Teays Valley Local School District. The two elementary schools in Ashville are top rated, and middle and high schools in the area also have good reputations.
There are a few private Christian schools in Ashville, as well as a wider range of private education choices in nearby Columbus. The extensive list of private schools in Columbus at the surrounding area include religious schools, arts academies, college prep focused education, and more.
Ashville Real Estate
About 70% of Ashville residents own their homes, reflecting the affordability of the real estate market. You will find historic single family homes dating back over 100 years, in addition to newer and updated single family homes, and a limited inventory of townhomes and condos. There are multiple new construction developments in the area for those looking to build a semi custom home or purchase a move-in ready spec home. A typical family home in Ashville begins in the upper $200,000s, with larger luxury homes in the $800,000s and many choices along this spectrum.