WheelTours had it’s 4th event last Saturday in Worthington. It was a great workout and we really got to absorb the vibe of Worthington…biking through beautiful neighborhoods, past parks alive with the sounds of children enjoying life, and jogging neighbor folk. The homes we saw were a good combination of new and old (view more photos of the event here). The first was a cape cod on a gorgeous and tranquil lot. The best part was the inside, where the homeowners had gutted and re-modeled the kitchen, adding a wet bar in the living room, and transforming a sun porch into a family room. The finishes were stunning (a photo of the kitchen is below)! We also viewed a Frank Lloyd Wright home in the most unique neighborhood in Central Ohio (and peaked in the windows of another really neat, Round house…with permission of course). We viewed two other homes and all were priced between $150, 000 – $535, 000 and within walking distance to quaint, downtown Worthington and definitely within biking distance to Olentangy Trail at Antrim Park. As you can see Worthington has a variety of well priced homes. It’s also a wonderfully tight knit community and even has a pretty cool night life (if you haven’t checked out House Wine yet, you’re missing out). The Worthington Farmers Market is a great place to frequent. They’re open on Saturdays (in the summer) from 9-12. One of my favorite places to get a cup of coffee is Scotty MacBean at 660 N. High. They have games available for you to play (from Trivial pursuit to Jenga) and get a good, cheap(er) cup of coffee. If you can think of any more cool places to check out in Worthington, post them in the comments below.
The 5th (and last…for now) WheelTour event will be in German Village on July 23rd. I would love it if you would think of someone you know who might be looking into buying (or selling) a home, and tell them know about these events. It is a great way for Buyers to experience a neighborhood/lifestyle and a perfect way for Sellers to get exposure to their neighborhood and home. I can be reached by phone/text at 614-530-0005 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Have a fantastic weekend…and an uber exciting/safe 4th of July!!