SOLD – 457 Stanley Avenue in Schumacher Place

Original List Price $209,900, Sold Price $222,247.

Complete renovation of an existing home in Schumacher Place. Featuring: hardwood floors on 1st floor, desirable open floor plan, stainless steel appliances, wine cooler, cambria/ quartz counters, expresso finished oak cabinets, 1st floor half bath, 2 large bedrooms, 2 full baths.1BR has vaulted ceiling, other BR has 2nd story deck, Carrara marble vanity tops in baths, heated tile floors in master bath, fenced yard, new 2 car garage and much more.


Completely charming home in Upper Arlington sold as a Short Sale. After 4 offers, patience pays off, the buyers were able to get the home in under 60 days from the original offer at a GREAT price!

Remodeled 2 story Upper Arlington home. Updated kitchen with new cabinets, granite countertops, hardwood floors, fireplace, large Master Suite w/ vaulted ceiling, Master bath, lots of closet space, finished lower level, screened porch, paver patio, large fenced yard and more.


Beautiful new condo conversion. First floor offers a huge open floor plan with hardwood floors, large kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. 2 full baths upstairs featuring custom tile and a 3rd floor bonus room. Walk out basement can be finished to add additional sq footage.


Classic German Village style. This charming 2 bedroom/2 bathroom house has all of the original character and all of the modern amenities with a large yard leading to a 2 car garage, large family room with fireplace and built-ins, master suite with closet space, eat in kitchen, first floor laundry, and a brick patio.

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Columbus Dispatch | Schumacher Place residents enjoy German Village lifestyle

Neighborhood has similar look, nightlife while offering lower-priced homes, fewer restrictions

By  Mark Ferenchik
The Columbus Dispatch Monday October 31, 2011 10:06 AM

View the article here.



SOLD – 448 E Kossuth Street in Schumacher Place/ German Village Area

SOLD IN 12 DAYS FOR 98% OF ORIGINAL LIST PRICE! Do not think for a second great photos do not sell a home…The Buyer is in the military and has never seen the home except for online!

Incredibly charming 1920’s Bungalow. Loaded with updates and original character. Original hardwood floors throughout, decorative fireplace, dining area with vaulted ceiling, floor to ceiling built in books case and access to loft, loft with skylight and newly installed heating & cooling system, updated kitchen with Ikea cabinets, commercial stainless steel appliances and heated tile floors, updated bath with heated tile floors, owners bedroom with built in Ikea closet, full basement, fenced yard with paver patio and large multi-level deck, 2.5 car garage and much more…

German Village named as one of the “Great Places in America”

The American Planning Association has named German Village as one of it’s 2011 Great Places in America.

From their website…

“APA’s flagship program celebrates places of exemplary character, quality, and planning. Places are selected annually and represent the gold standard in terms of having a true sense of place, cultural and historical interest, community involvement, and a vision for tomorrow.

APA Great Places offer better choices for where and how people work and live. They are enjoyable, safe, and desirable. They are places where people want to be — not only to visit, but to live and work every day. America’s truly great streets, neighborhoods and public spaces are defined by many criteria, including architectural features, accessibility, functionality, and community involvement.” – American Planning Association

German Village was noted for having  “Unpretentious, renovated houses and cottages stand shoulder to shoulder. Small, meticulously maintained front yards front tree-lined streets with brick sidewalks and cultivated village planters. Small businesses and storefronts with eye-catching displays and the aroma of culinary delights draw in passing pedestrians. German Village has remained true to its mid-19th century history, architecture, and character despite periods of disinvestment, decline, and near ruin” source & more info

Clintonville/ Beechwold


From Arcadia to Southern Worthington, to 71 to the Olentangy River… into Glen Echo, Walhalla and Overbrook Ravines…we know the Clintonville & Beechwold neighborhoods.

?If you are looking for a community with diversity of architecture, walkability, parks and ravine settings, accessability to all Columbus destinations, Clintonville/ Beechwold might be the place for you.