Reynoldsburg

Welcome to Reynoldsburg

Boasting a population of almost 40,000 residents and a quick 20 minute commute to Columbus, Reynoldsburg is a popular choice for homebuyers from all walks of life. Here, you'll discover countless parks and historical attractions, as well as an assortment of shops and restaurants along US-40 (also known as Reynoldsburg's Main Street). 

Experience This Unique Columbus Suburb

Traditional history and modern development converge in Reynoldsburg, one of Columbus' most popular suburbs. Over the last decade, Reynoldsburg's population increased by nearly 10%, largely thanks to its local attractions, top schools, and proximity to Central Ohio's biggest cities. And to top it all off, homes here are largely affordable and come in a variety of different styles, price ranges, and sizes.

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Live, Work, and Play in Reynoldsburg

An active Main Street

Take a stroll down Main Street Reynoldsburg, and you'll see why so many buyers fall in love with this one-of-a-kind area. Here, you'll discover a variety of locally owned businesses, including Prost Beer & Wine Café, Vick's Gourmet Pizzeria, and Capital City Comics. Downtown Reynoldsburg also hosts a variety of events throughout the year, plus it's home to the local YMCA and countless parks.

Year-round events

Looking for something fun to do? You'll never run out of exciting events, festivals, or gatherings to attend when you live in Reynoldsburg. Believe it or not, Reynoldsburg is known as the "Birthplace of the Tomato"—and to celebrate, the town puts on a Tomato Festival every August. Other highlights include Food Truck Wednesdays, the Reynoldsburg Farmers Market, and Pioneer Day.

A+ education

If you're thinking of relocating to Reynoldsburg, then it's worth looking into the area's public school system. Luckily, the city is served by Reynoldsburg City Schools, which operates six elementary schools, four middle schools, and four high school academies. Many students go on to attend Central Ohio's nearby colleges, including The Ohio State University.

Parks and recreation 

Dozens of outdoor adventures await just beyond your front door when you call Reynoldsburg home. In total, the town maintains 275 acres of parkland, in addition to the iconic Blacklick Woods Metro Park. Here, you'll uncover a public golf course, several trails, a nature center, and one of the state's oldest beech-maple forests. Huber Park and Civil Park are just a few other favorites.

Wondering What's Around?

Our Favorite Local Picks

Taylor Square

Boasting everything from a Sam's Club to a Joann's, Taylor Square is Reynoldsburg's premier retail destination.

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Smokey Bones

With more than 4,000 online reviews, Smokey Bones is one of the area's top eateries.

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Heritage Square Antique Mall

Pick up a unique treasure at this nearby shopping destination.

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Reynoldsburg Historical Society

Learn more about Reynoldsburg's history at this locally maintained museum. 

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Make Your Move to Reynoldsburg

There's no place quite like Reynoldsburg, and we'd love to help you find a home in this growing city. Contact the Pacifico Group today to learn more about the Reynoldsburg real estate market—we'd love to schedule a showing of your favorite homes or answer any questions.

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