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Discover the perfectly quaint city of Hilliard.
Finding an apartment for rent in Hilliard, Ohio is one of those things you can look forward to. A quaint town, with just over 30,000 people calling it home, it is the ideal place to raise a family, go to school, or just spend time relaxing. It is the largest suburb of Columbus, Ohio, the state's capital city. And, with that proximity (and ease of drive into the heart of Columbus) Hilliard is one of the best places to call home. Finding an apartment here is rather easy to do, and you'll have your pick of a variety of styles, ages, and communities. Yet, Hilliard has much more to offer than just a residential area. It's popular with just about all age groups and is rather affordable compared to living in the heart of Columbus.
What's interesting about this city is its passion for sports. You can look to Columbus, Cincinnati, or even Cleveland to the north for the professional football, baseball, and basketball teams, though. Here, in Hilliard, it is all about the local sports teams. More specifically, it's about the high school football games that happen every Friday night in the fall months. Hilliard has three high schools, Hilliard Bradley, Hilliard Darby, and Hilliard Davidson. All three are heavy rivals and football games here can be rather intense. The football teams are known for their skill, having become Division I State Champions in football in 2006 and 2009 at Hilliard Davidson. Also important is cross country, soccer, and even golf.
A good component of the city's sports fever comes from the young clubs established here. Specifically, the Northwest Football League, Hilliard Wildcats High School Hockey Club, Hilliard Ohio Soccer Association, and the Hilliard Baseball Association. A variety of other programs exist that begin teaching and coaching students at a rather young age. There's a passion here for the minor league and professional league teams from Ohio as well.
Established in 1852, Hilliard has plenty of small treasures throughout the city that pay homage to the city's history and culture. It's location on the Scioto River and Big Darby Creek make it the ideal choice for outdoor activities. A good place to start when looking for the cultural heritage of the city is in the heart of it, right along Main Street. It's the location of the original Piqua and Indiana Railroad Stations. Spend some time at Weaver Park, a beautiful, historical area in the heart of the city. The historical district of Norwich Street offers plenty of architectural components that make this area an attraction to those who wish to explore the history of the area.
For those who are looking for something more modern to explore, there's plenty to do here as well. The Franklin County Fairgrounds are nearby. They host a variety of events throughout the year, including the county fair in the summer months. Heritage Golf Club is another local favorite place not just to play a few rounds but also for its landscape.
As of July 2018, the average apartment rent in Hilliard, OH is $620 for a studio, $885 for one bedroom, $1,062 for two bedrooms, and $1,378 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Hilliard has increased by 2.5% in the past year.
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Top 10 Apartments in Hilliard
- Lake Ridge by Cortland, 1-2 Bed, $819 - 1,017
- Crystal Lake, 1-2 Bed, $909 - 1,150
- Hilliard Station, 1-2 Bed, $875 - 950
- Eagle Pointe at Heritage Preserve, 1-2 Bed, $775 - 1,360
- Bridgestone Apartments, 1-2 Bed, $790 - 945
- Sawmill Ravine Townhomes, 2 Bed, $919 - 959
- Greyson at Hickory Chase, 1-3 Bed, $884 - 1,405
- Gage Crossing, 1-2 Bed, $925 - 1,125
- Avery Pointe, 1-3 Bed, $984 - 1,872
- Landmark Lofts, 1-2 Bed, $942 - 1,057
Living in Hilliard
The prime location near Columbus makes Hilliard an attractive option for anyone looking for easy access into the city. It sits near I-270. As a result, it is only a matter of minutes to get into Columbus from virtually every area. The area does not have its own busing system, but it offers various larger roads that make connecting to the freeway system easy to do. With mostly tree-lined streets, most people living in this area own their own vehicle.Hilliard may be a smaller city, but it does have a lot of cultural and historical importance to the region. It is also the ideal place to raise a family just outside of Columbus.
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