Harrison West

John Hines Berryhill Jr. established the neighborhood in 1889 as a working-class brick road hamlet on the outskirts of town because it was close to rail lines where he could easily deliver materials and haul them more efficiently than overland routes, which were becoming congested with coal trains headed east towards Ohio’s steel mills before they sprawled into what we now know as Victorian Village around 1920 after being annexed at this point following World War 2.

Now Harrison West has developed into a cozy little part of the downtown Columbus area, nestled between Victorian Village, OSU Campus, Grandview Heights, and downtown Columbus.  If you enjoy quiet neighborhoods, with walkability, then Harrison West may be a great option worth exploring.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $510K
Lowest Price $1.4K
Highest Price $885K
Total Listings 9
Avg. Days On Market 31
Avg. Price/SQFT $256

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