Hilliard OH Homes & Real Estate
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Home to several rarities including the only museum dedicated to early television, the second-largest First Responders Park in the country, and the historically significant Heritage Rail Trail, Hilliard is a city you have to see to believe. In addition to these sought-after attractions, Hilliard also has the only flag pole from the World Trade Center not stored in a museum. Clearly a one-of-a-kind city, Hilliard is the ideal blend of residential and commercial development. Do yourself a favor and come experience all this city has to offer!
The rich history of this city will have you saying, “All Hail Hilliard!” before you know it. Originating from humble beginnings, Hilliard began when John Reed Hilliard bought a mere ten acres of farmland in western Franklin County. He purchased the land between Big Darby Creek and Scioto River, and honestly, we believe he couldn’t have picked a better area. The city grew around the railroad route and served as a primary shipping point for agricultural supplies. Much like today, historic Hilliard was comprised of a combination of residences and businesses—some of which still stand in the well-preserved city!
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Hilliard Home Styles
Hilliard has experienced an explosive growth of residential neighborhoods in recent years, which has brought a variety of architectural styles to the area. When you purchase a home on the west side of the city, you’re promised homes on spacious lots, bordered by the area’s expansive farmland. Check out the historic district along Norwich Street to see centuries-old construction embracing the architectural styles of our ancestors!
Hilliard Parks & Recreation
Hilliard’s Recreation and Parks Department works hard to maintain more than 25 developed parks, featuring diverse recreational activities for community members of all ages. From wooded areas to athletic facilities, there is ample outdoor adventure in Hilliard. Special events are often held at the community parks, including fitness classes and all-day youth camps.
Schools in Hilliard
The Hilliard City School District—the 8th largest school district in the state of Ohio—serves more than 16,000 students through three high schools and middle schools, two sixth-grade schools, and 14 elementary schools. The school district boasts an impressive budget of $10,590 total spending per student, notably higher than the state average. The largest sporting events in Hilliard are undoubtedly the football games of the three local high schools—and let’s just say, the hometown rivalry is real.
Hilliard Annual Events
The Hilliard community believes that it deserves to be celebrated year-round, which they do through an array of annual events. Hilliard Fest is a staple of the area, with local vendors, food trucks, arts and crafts, and live music. In this city, you can plan on having a packed social calendar during the summer—the ”Celebration at the Station” concert series, Freedom Fest fireworks on Independence Day, and family fun “Sprouts Night Out” are just a few events you have to look forward to when the weather warms up in Hilliard.
Our Favorite Local Picks
Check out some of our favorite local hotspots...
Ten Pin Alley
Much more than just bowling, Ten Pin Alley has live music and trivia weekly, a restaurant and bar, plus laser tag and an interactive arcade.
Early Television Museum
From the onset of the first television systems in the 1920s to the invention of color television in the 1950s, this museum is dedicated to preserving the earliest TV technology.
Louie's Grill Fusion Restaurant
A diverse blend of cultures, Louie’s cooks up delicious cuisine from the best of Mexico, America, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and even a little bit of Italian.
Heritage Golf Club
As the centerpiece of the Hilliard community, Heritage Golf Club offers championship golf, delicious dining for every occasion, and a robust calendar of events for everyone.