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Old 06-11-2010, 06:21 PM
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Hi there,

I am relocating to the Columbus area in the next couple weeks. I will be working on Main Street in Columbus, near Bexley. I am familiar with the New Albany and Gahanna areas and LOVE them, but they are just a tad pricey and also pretty well populated. I like the newness of the areas and mostly the security. I am willing to move basically anywhere that is safe and a nice area. I don't want to commute more than 30min or so, but wouldn't mind living in a more country area. At the same time I would really enjoy living somewhere with unique shops and restaurants (I've heard Upper Arlington/Gradnview are good for this) I recently visited the Clintonville area and LOVED the little neighborhoods throughout the area. If anyone knows of any specific apartment/townhome communities (1 or 2bd for less than $700, pet friendly) or of any realtors who work with rentals, please let me know! I am willing to live somewhere older with character or in a new apartment, no preference! We really liked "The Vista at Rocky Fork" and "The residences at Christopher Wren" in Gahanna--I especially liked the HUGE bedroom(s), finished basements, tall ceilings and balconies at these communities. Thanks so much
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Old 06-16-2010, 04:18 PM
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Try the Wallace F Ackley Company - they do alot of rentals. I know the Clintonville area has a lot of twin singles and you may be able to find something nice that is reasonably priced.
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Old 06-17-2010, 05:59 PM
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If safety is your priority, I would recommend looking for areas west of High st. and north of I-70. Upper Arlington, Grandview, Clintonville, Northwest Columbus in general, ect. are all good areas.
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