Dublin

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While this Ohio City may not be as well known as it’s Irish namesake, Dublin’s charming downtown, suburban housing, excellent schools, numerous parks, thriving business environment and great events make this Columbus suburb an outstanding community in it’s own right!

Each spring the eyes of the sports world turn to Dublin’s Muirfield Village Golf Club as it hosts the annual Memorial Tournament, one of the PGA Tour’s most respected tournaments. World-famous golfer Jack Nicklaus, who grew up and developed his golf game in Great Columbus, designed Muirfield Village Golf Club and has hosted the Memorial Tournament since it’s first year in 1976.

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Located just ten miles north of Columbus, Dublin residents celebrate their Irish roots in a community that loves their Irish heritage. For the past 20 years, during the first weekend of every August, the residents of Dublin extend Irish warmth to over 100,000 visitors from around the world for North America’s largest Irish Festival. The festival plays host to internationally acclaimed Irish and Celtic musicians such as Gaelic Storm, Black 47, Flogging Molly, Homeland, Liz Carroll and John Doyle, and dozens of others.

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Festival attendees can rock to Irish-Punk, light jig, single jig, or slip jig to Irish music or simply reel off the night friends and family. Of course, you are welcome to simply watch the professionals as they step dance at the Columbus Feis, an internationally renowned Irish dance competition, or walk the isles of vendors. There you can trace their genealogy back to the old country, admire the cultural exhibits, play children’s games, make traditional Gaelic arts and crafts, or throwback a traditional an Irish beóir. All of this is hosted by a community that takes its Irish roots seriously.

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The high schools in the Dublin City School District are known as the Irish, the Shamrocks, and the Celtics, respectively. As expected from a community that wears its Irish heritage on its sleeve, Dublin promotes the importance of education by maintaining high expectations of its students as individuals, as students, and as athletes. Click here to view the latest Public School District Report Card for the Dublin City School District. Click here to view Private Schools close to this community.

Part of the success of the Dublin  City Schools athletic programs is a reflection of its strong recreational opportunities. With more than 1,000 acres of parkland and 35 individual parks offering everything from woodlands to athletic fields, Dublin is working to build a garden city that provides the whole community a place to live, work, and play.

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Because of an effective and long term plan, the City of Dublin has successfully integrated residential and commercial needs into the community. Dublin is the national or regional headquarters to dozens of high visibility companies such as Wendy’s International, Ashland Chemical, Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), and Cardinal Health. Other significant operations include Nationwide Insurance, Qwest, and Verizon. The city is attempting to attract new technology oriented businesses as well. Dublin Methodist Hospital opened in January 2008, and  is part of the OhioHealth system. Dublin has succeeded in attracting and keeping these and other businesses due to its aggressive marketing and tax packages, and by providing a wealth of community resources for company employees and their families. Plus Dublin’s location places it within 500 miles of more than 50% of the U.S. population, 35% of the Canadian population, and near 60% of the United State’s manufacturing facilities and consumer markets.

In all, Dublin is a community that takes the time to celebrate its history, plan for the future, and make the most of today. It is the ideal community for those looking for a place to call home.

Dublin OH Ranked Number 16 in the Business Insider’s 50 Best Suburbs

Dublin Real Estate

The Dublin OH real estate market experienced a boom in the 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s with development of expansive neighborhoods such as Murfield and Tartan Fields and has continued in late 2000 with communities such as Tartan West and Tartan Ridge  (home of the 2009 Parade of Homes) as well as Bridge Park, a town center style community offering luxury community offer town homes and mid rise condos. As a result of Dublin’s development throughout the years, the community now offers single family homes located on and off the golf courses, low to no maintenance options including patio homes, town homes and condominiums in a wide variety of price ranges. Use our MLS search tool to see all homes listed for sale in the Dublin, OH area. You can also give us a call and we’ll be happy to assist you with your Dublin, OH real estate search.

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Neighborhoods

Amberleigh Llwellyn Farms
Ballantrae Muirfield Village
Brandon Tartan Fields
Brighton Park Tartan Ridge
Bristol Commons Tartan West
Campden Lakes
Coventry Woods
Donegal Cliffs
Earlington Village
East Dublin
Hawk’s Nest
Heather Glen
Indian Run Meadows
Jerome Village
Killilea

Dublin OH Links

For the Dublin, OH Chamber of Commerce
For the City of Dublin web site
For the Dublin OH Public Schools web site
For Dublin, OH Parks and Recreation

Dublin OH Schools

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Local Private Schools
Dublin Pre-Schools & Daycare Centers

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