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Situated about twenty minutes southeast of Cleveland, Warrensville Heights’ surrounding neighbors include Shaker Heights, Maple Heights and Bedford. The city satisfies residents with a great selection of choices, from food and wine to indoor and outdoor entertainment, offering an exciting lifestyle within its boundaries.
Warrensville Heights’ ideal location close to the hubbub of Cleveland, just southeast of the larger city and immediate suburbs, as well as other interesting attractions, allows residents to easily venture into out their surroundings or spend time exploring previously unfamiliar destinations.
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As of November 2017, the average apartment rent in Warrensville Heights, OH is $612 for one bedroom, $691 for two bedrooms, and $826 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Warrensville Heights has decreased by -2.9% in the past year.
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Living in Warrensville Heights
Find restaurants and bars spread around the area, but enjoy more variety at locations including Highland Park Golf Course, and along Northfield Road and Emery Road.
If your taste buds crave Chinese food, head to popular favorite Number One Express Chinese Restaurant on Warrensville Center Road. Authentic, high-quality and flavorful, the food does not disappoint. Stellar customer service along with reasonable prices ensures that patrons enjoy their dining experience. While the small, family-run restaurant may not provide customers with an energetic atmosphere, the fast and friendly take-out and delivery services never fail to impress the locals. Plus, this establishment stays open late in the evening. Go for fresh meat options, such as Moo Goo Gai Pan, and order a side of shrimp chips.
If your ideal meal includes infectious ambiance, try Frederick's Wine and Dine on Emery Road. The modern restaurant seats over 100 customers and features live entertainment. Whether its soothing jazz or a DJ’s music selection, the music helps to create an upbeat vibe. After receiving a warm and friendly welcome, sit back and relax as you sample high quality food and excellent customer service. Choose from a varied menu, featuring dishes such as Frederick’s Fried Chicken Fritters and Frederick’s Alfredo Fettuccini, and stick around for hours if you like; the bar stays open until 2:30 a.m. every day except Sunday.
Also open late, the Winking Lizard Tavern located on Miles Road – the original tavern of the well-known statewide night scene, established over 30 years ago – features plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, numerous TVs, a full bar, daily lunch deals and drinks specials. Sample the wings or ribs or Phred’s Prefered Pfries with cheddar, mozzarella and bacon, and pair your meal with one of the bar's many local and imported beers.
Another one for drinks with friends or a later night, South East Gears and Cheers Restaurant and Bar provides customers with menu specials and a happy hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays, including beer sampling and appetizers. Located just outside the neighborhood on Aurora Road, the restaurant and bar also offers live entertainment on Saturday nights, a landscaped patio with outdoor seating, multiple TVs and a big screen. Nightlife in the area is as varied and exciting as other aspects of living in Warrensville Heights.
Warrensville Heights incorporated as a separate village in 1927, and as a city in 1960. Named after one of the earliest settlers, Daniel Warren, the city enjoyed geranium and greenhouse fame before its agricultural surroundings transformed into a modern residential suburb.
Visit numerous historical destinations located close to the neighborhood, including James A. Garfield National Historic Site, the former home of the 20th President of the United States, as well as various art galleries and centers, such as Opus Gallery to the east and many more to the northwest. Warrensville Heights hosts various annual events, so time your visit around December for the annual holiday lighting ceremony, or May for the Memorial Day Parade.
Residents enjoy easy access to a number of highways with Interstate 480 and Interstate 271 located on the neighborhood borders. Going south, motorists access either Akron, Canton and beyond, or Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Mansfield and further southwest, depending on the route taken. Ohio State Route 8, or Kinsman Road, just north of the neighborhood, gets you to Cleveland. Uber operates in the Cleveland and surrounding area, including Warrensville Heights.
Various RTA buses serve the neighborhood, including the 15, 19, 41-41F and 94. These bus lines transport residents around surrounding neighborhoods as well as to downtown Cleveland. Residents can also access the RTA’s rail service by taking a short drive north of the neighborhood to reach the Warrensville - Van Aken Rapid Station. Boarding the blue line here gets you to Cleveland in about half an hour.
Although a large majority of residents drive as their primary means of transport, and many errands require the use of a car, Warrensville Heights does accommodate walkers and bikers, and provides them with access to sidewalks. Unfortunately, though, sidewalks are often obstructed by objects, such as fire hydrants and planters, and there can be a lack of off-street sidewalks and bike lanes, with these areas tending to borrow space from the street instead.
Living in Warrensville Heights costs 1.4 percent less than the Ohio state average, and 10.1 percent less when compared to the national average. Renters pay, on average, $604 for a one-bedroom apartmennt. A one-way ticket on the bus costs $2.25, and a bottle of domestic beer at the local pub costs around $3. Gas in the area is typically 15 percent lower than the national average.
Warrensville Heights provides residents with much loved green space in the form of Green Road Park. The family-friendly park features a jungle gym, slides, swings, a gazebo and picnic area. It opens daily at 8 a.m. and closes at dusk during warmer months. The park also hosts the neighborhood’s annual summer festival, with festivities including rides, games, food, art, contests, music and activities. The park is free to use, and pets are not allowed.
Golf lovers enjoy traveling to nearby Highland Park, an 18-hole golf course accommodating all skills and ages.
Warrensville Heights residents have a number of shopping options and visit numerous shopping centers, boutiques and speciality stores nearby. At local shopping center Harvard Park, on the corner of Harvard and Richmond, shop for the home at furniture, bed and bathroom stores, shop for shoes at DSW shoes, or shop for baby.
Whether you’re dressing, feeding, educating or entertaining the little one, buybuy Baby can help you find what you need. Added bonuses here include the store’s cleanliness and good customer service. Previously only an online shopping retailer, OrangeOnions.com now enjoys a physical presence in Warrensville Heights. The company first began in Cleveland in 2007 when the founder started a small Amazon store based in his garage. Today, the company provides customers with a wide assortment of products and unique gift ideas. Located on Miles Road, the store delivers a frequently changing inventory and specialized personal touch.
When it comes to high-end shopping and designer labels, head just east of the neighborhood. The upscale Eton Chagrin Boulevard spoils patrons for choice, housing a variety of unique boutiques as well as high-end shops, such as Tiffany & Co., and necessary chains like the North Face and Anthropologie. Also, just 7 miles north of the neighborhood lies Beachwood Place Mall with its myriad of luxurious fashion items and accessories, featuring Louis Vuitton, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom. Yet another shopping center close to the neighorhood, the outdoor lifestyle center known as Legacy Village provides shoppers with an eclectic combination of retailers and restaurants.
Find plenty of grocery stores in and around Warrensville Heights, including convenience stores, chains such as ALDI, Save-A-Lot, Whole Foods and Giant Eagle as well as speciality food stores including Cleveland Asia Market and Indo American Foods Inc. Shop for fresh local produce at a few farmers markets about a 5- to 10-minute drive away, including Miles Farmers Market, Inc. and the North Union Farmers Market.
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