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About 25 miles south of Columbus, Circleville is a charming small town with a community of about 15,000 people. Circleville is named for the circular portion of a large Hopewell era earthwork it was built upon. The city was designed in a circular pattern, around an octagonal courthouse in the center in the 1770s. Residents eventually opted to change the design to a more traditional and convenient grid.
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Relocating to Circleville, Ohio
Circleville has a rich history of more than 200 years, good schools, and a tight-knit community. It is one of the best places to live in Ohio if you are in search of a small town with affordable real estate and an interesting heritage.
Things to Do in Circleville
Circleville is known for its annual Pumpkin Show. Visitors come from all over Ohio to enjoy the four day event, with a schedule that includes gourd and pumpkin contests, parades, live music, and the Miss Pumpkin and Little Miss Pumpkin shows. It's the perfect way to enjoy fall and connect with the community.
Lindsey's Bakery is known for making the largest pumpkin pie you've ever seen. The size isn't the only thing that will capture your attention; they have a reputation for making one of the most delicious pumpkin pies in the state, as well as many other classic bakery items and seasonal favorites.
Circleville is also home to the nation's oldest continuously run family candy store! Stop by Wittich's Candy Shop to try some of their homemade candies and find out why they have been a local favorite since 1840.
For an espresso drink or a quick breakfast or lunch, stop by Scioto Coffee Shop. The shop features two floors, with plenty of seating and space to host a baby shower or meeting.
Gibby's Eatery and Sports Bar has been in Circleville for 20 years, serving up classic American dishes like Philly Cheesesteaks and roast beef sandwiches, as well as draft beer and seasonal specials. It's the perfect place to watch the game with friends or host a party.
Just 30 minutes north in Columbus, Circleville residents have access to the airport and additional dining, shopping, and entertainment. The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is a must-see while in Columbus. The award winning zoo has dozens of exhibits that feature over 10,000 animals. Memberships are available so you can bring the family back all year long. For a memorable meal while you're in town, try The Guild House, which is considered one of the best restaurants in Columbus. Their menu features locally-sourced, seasonally-informed, globally-inspired fare to enjoy in an artistic and comfortable setting. They focus on hospitality and the art of food, and you as the guest are the beneficiary of both.
Circleville public schools are part of Logan Elm Local School District. There are limited private school options in Circleville, though you will find additional choices in neighboring cities if the public schools don't fit the preferences of your family.
Circleville Real Estate
Close to 60% of Circleville residents own their homes. Circleville real estate is affordable, priced below the national average by a significant margin. You will find mostly single family homes in Circleville, ranging from historic homes to newer construction. There are some multifamily homes available on the Circleville market as well, making an excellent investment as there is a thriving rental market here for anyone looking to own an income property. A typical single family home in Circleville is listed in the $200,000s, though you will find smaller or manufactured homes for far less, and large or restored historic homes for much more.