Worthington Ohio real estate


The Brookside Woods Neighborhood

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The Brookside Woods neighborhood in northwest Columbus is unique in that there are two school districts within the neighborhood.  Part of Brookside Woods is in Dublin schools and part is in Worthington schools.  School districts in Central Ohio were put in place long before this area was developed.   A house is in one school district or the other, there is not a choice of school districts on any house in Central Ohio.  Within each school district there are attendance areas for each neighborhood.

Brookside Woods is in the Columbus Ohio 43235 zip code, the West Worthington zip code, which was part of the Worthington, 43085 zip code until the late 1980s.   Brookside Woods is west of Brookside Golf and County Club  and runs from Snouffer Road on the north  to Dublin Granville Road on the south.    Brookside Woods is inside 270 and there is good access to Sawmill Road and 315 from the neighborhood.

The average home in Brookside Woods is about 2300 square feet.  The average home is four bedrooms and two and a half baths.  Brookside Woods homes were primarily built in the 1980s.

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Comment balloon 3 commentsMaureen McCabe • December 30 2010 09:06AM
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