Located just Northeast of Downtown Columbus and South of Upper Arlington, Marble Cliff, which then included Grandview Heights, was settled as a one of the first Columbus Suburbs in 1890. Grandview Heights became a separate village in 1906, and a city in 1931.
Grandview Heights maintains its own police and fire departments and an independent school district. Its neighbor, Marble Cliff, contracts with the city to provide these to its own residents.
Grandview Heights is often remarked upon as being a small insulated city very close to downtown Columbus and has one of the smallest school districts in the greater urban area in terms of student population.
The neighborhood has much to offer including many restaurants, specialty shops, coffee houses and more. If you are looking for a community with diversity of architecture, Condo living, Historic homes, walkability and easy accessibility to all Columbus destinations, the Grandview Heights/ Marble Cliff area might be the place for you.
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