Hilliard Ohio Real Estate 43026


Downtown Hilliard Ohio

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In 1852, John Reed Hilliard bought 10 acres (40,000 m2) of farmland in western Franklin County, Ohio from Hoseah High and Abraham Wendell. Geographically, the Hilliard area is between Big Darby Creek on the west and the Scioto River on the east.[8] Originally called Hilliard’s Station, the town grew around the railroad route of the Piqua and Indiana Railroad station, which bisected the former Hilliard farmland. Hilliard’s Station served as an ideal shipping point for agricultural products going to market and supplies coming to the farmers in the area. The original Hilliard area was platted by John Hilliard on September 1, 1853.

Until the mid 20th century, the railroad station and Main Street were the town center. In 1854, a post office was established in Hilliard’s Station and the word Station was dropped from the town name. The Village of Hilliard became incorporated on July 13, 1869 with a population of 280 residents. In 1886 the first railroad station was located on the north side of the tracks, west of Main Street, and remained there until 1962 when all railroad services ceased. The original train station has been restored and remains in Hilliard’s historical Weaver Park. The original platted area contained a mix of residences and businesses of varying ages and architecture.

The construction of three large residential subdivisions in the 1950s brought explosive growth to Hilliard. The connection to the Columbus regional sewer and water systems in the 1960s opened up the area to development. The Village of Hilliard gained city status officially from the Ohio Secretary of State by attaining a population of 5,633 on December 12, 1960.

With the completion of the I-270 outerbelt in the 1980s, a second wave of explosive growth came to the area. Land uses in Hilliard continue to be a mix of residential and commercial development. A rich heritage of residential structures and architectural styles can be found in the historic district along Norwich Street.[8][9]

Real Estate Market Stats

Zillow Home Value Index: $231,700

Home Size in Square Feet

Year Built

Local National
Zillow Home Value Index $231,700 $226,800
Median Single Family Home Value $260,500 $226,300
Median Condo Value $140,400 $235,500
Median 2-Bedroom Home Value $139,800 $174,800
Median 3-Bedroom Home Value $220,700 $220,000
Median 4-Bedroom Home Value $308,700 $348,700
Percent Homes Decreasing 7.6% 27.6%
Median List Price Per Sq Ft $141 $140
Median Sale Price $251,500 $234,500
Property Tax 248 2,663,045
Turnover (Sold Within Last Yr.) 248 2,663,045
1-Yr. Change 4.2% 6.1%

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