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Columbus, OH

Approximately 2,500 people choose to make their home in the pretty neighborhood of Trouville. Located on the outskirts of Columbus and about 20 minutes northeast of the city's thriving downtown area, spend a little extra to enjoy the comfortable benefits of this popular neighborhood. Residents enjoy access to a fine selection of restaurants and fun bars within the neighborhood's borders, as well as a solid housing market. Perhaps best of all, the beautiful expanse of Blendon Wood's Park stretches out on the west side of Trouville. Over 600 acres of wilderness provide a refreshing and revitalizing escape from city life to residents and visitors alike.

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Scattered thickly throughout Trouville, an eclectic array of restaurants keep residents satisfied with a variety of distinct tastes. Start your dining journey in the south of the neighborhood, with the collection of options located along North Hamilton Road. Experience the beautiful Mediterranean through the fresh and tasty food at Mezze Middle'terranean Cuisine. Try the Mezze platter to sample a bit of everything, or grab a perfectly seasoned gyro to go. Compare to the Nazareth Restaurant and Deli across the street, another popular go-to for Middle Eastern fare. For a casual meal, bring a group of friends to Zpizza, where vegans and those eating gluten free can feast alongside everyone else. Try the Berkeley vegan pizza or the more traditional buffalo chicken pizza. After dark, grab a burger and a beer at B Spot or feast on wings at Hamilton's Pub. Stick around North Hamilton Road and check out live music at Turtle Creek Tavern.


Chosen for its central location and proximity to transportation routes, authorities founded Columbus in 1812 as the capital city of Ohio. Columbus earned international attention in the early 1900s with the construction of the first water plant in the world to apply filtration and softening. Subsequently, the city's diversified economy softened the blow of the Great Depression and allowed a population boom during World War II. Officially founded in 1967, Columbus's premiere neighborhood of Trouville takes its name from a French resort on the English Channel. Delve into the past at several nearby historical sites and museums. Explore the finely-maintained Kelton House, a documented site on the Underground Railroad located about 20 minutes from Trouville in downtown Columbus. Nearby, browse the changing selection of art, enjoy a new exhibit or experience a special program designed by the Columbus Museum of Art.


Get ready to leave that pesky car behind in this city. Columbus implements an extensive system of alternate transportation options, including popular bike share and Car-2-Go programs. Despite its lack of biking lanes, bike safely along the biker-friendly East Dublin Road that borders the top of Trouville. In addition, feel free to lace up your walking shoes to explore Trouville, particularly the walkable North Hamilton Road. As part of the comprehensive network of bus routes provided by the Central Ohio Transit Authority, the well-used route 89 also services Trouville along North Hamilton Road. As part of the Columbus Taxi Service, yellow, blue and orange cab companies all serve the city. You can also register with the membership-based taxi service Uber to request safe, fast taxis anytime and anywhere. Just order and pay from the convenience of your smartphone. About four minutes from Trouville, U.S Highway 62 connects the neighborhood to downtown Columbus, while Interstate 270 lies less than 10 minutes from the neighborhood. Although somewhat easier in Trouville, gather your patience to park nearer the heart of the city. Parking in a lot or in a garage in downtown Columbus typically costs $10-20 during the week and $5-10 on a weekend, while metered street parking costs up to $1 per hour.


Expect to pay a little extra to enjoy the benefits of Trouville, as you bear a cost of living 23 percent higher than the city of Columbus. A one-bedroom residence rents for an average of $782 in this sought-after neighborhood. Pay $2 for an hour ride to Columbus's city center via public transportation. A beer at a local pub typically costs about $4, while gas prices average 1 percent lower than national prices.


Residents and visitors alike enjoy varied shopping opportunities around Trouville. Several useful department stores located in the southeast corner of the neighborhood include Marshalls, Kohls and HomeGoods. To shop local, outfit your athletic side at Second Sole Columbus, where the knowledgeable staff help you find the perfect pair of running shoes. Nearby, shower the little ones in your life with the finely kept clothing, toys and gear at the consignment shop Once Upon a Child. Ten minutes away, a variety of independent stores tempt you outside the borders of Trouville. Browse the intriguing displays of tricks at Be Amazing Magic Shop. Neighborhood grocery stores include Aldi, Giant Eagle and Kroger Grocery. The North Market Farmers Market also takes place every Saturday during the growing season, about 20 minutes away from Trouville near downtown Columbus.


Residents of Trouville enjoy access to Blendon Woods Metropolitan Park, part of which sits within official neighborhood borders. The 653-acre park includes a nature center, a waterfowl refuge, a network of walking trails and a disc golf course. Beautiful stream-cut ravines and open fields surrounded by beech-maple and oak-hickory forests make up this lovely area fit for endless seasonal exploration. Bring your kids, your friends and your summer picnic, or come for ice-skating in the colder months. Get involved with Blendon Wood's changing program of events, many of which are completely free to the public. Participate in group hikes, photographer expeditions or educational programs targeted to various age groups. Don't forget to bring your dog for a satisfying romp through designated trails and fields.


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Blendon Woods Luxury Apartments
5000 Brelsford Woods Dr, Westerville, OH 43081
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$1,010 - 1,129 2 Bed Available 09/16/17
Chestnut Hill
4610 Weatherford Ln, Columbus, OH 43230
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$775 - 1,064 1-2 Bed Available Now
The Estates at New Albany
4701 Rexwood Dr, Columbus, OH 43230
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$845 - 1,699 1-3 Bed Available Now
Enclave at Albany Park
4955 Enclave Blvd, Westerville, OH 43081
2 wks
$715 - 1,500 Studio - 2 Bed Available Now
5769 Albany Grn
Westerville, OH 43081
$1,350 House for Rent Available Now
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Apartments for Rent in Trouville, Columbus, OH

Approximately 2,500 people choose to make their home in the pretty neighborhood of Trouville. Located on the outskirts of Columbus and about 20 minutes northeast of the city's thriving downtown area, spend a little extra to enjoy the comfortable benefits of this popular neighborhood.

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