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Old January 22nd, 2013, 05:59 AM   #501
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Old February 8th, 2013, 08:11 AM   #502
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Arena District. Feb 8th, 2013.



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Old February 8th, 2013, 08:28 AM   #504
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Now these are among the best photos from Columbus you've taken so far from all the images on your collection:





I am truly surprised that despite the fact that Columbus has been a traditional Rust Belt city, it has rebounded from tons of factories and became a modern city that it is today. I especially love the contrast of winter on the bottom with the summer on the top: I can truly sense the beauty of the city from two completely different seasons, and it makes me want to ask Delta or United to open up a nonstop from San Francisco to Columbus (since the only city in California to have such service is from Los Angeles).

Magnificent shots, my friend! Well done! and
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Old February 8th, 2013, 04:33 PM   #505
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Old February 10th, 2013, 06:32 AM   #506
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Old February 10th, 2013, 06:32 AM   #507
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Victorian Village. Feb 2012

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Old February 10th, 2013, 08:07 AM   #508
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Very lovely and charming houses! I especially like the house with a castle tower on a corner: it reminds me of castle towers I've seen before in cartoons and movies. And the wide streets and island sidewalks make the village a pleasant place to live in indeed...

By the way, is it really Victorinan Vilage? I sense that it should've been Victorian Village...
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Old February 10th, 2013, 11:36 PM   #509
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Victorian Village. Feb 2012

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Old February 14th, 2013, 06:56 AM   #510
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lovely update. The Victorian Village is gorgeous....any idea how much is the average fair market value of those houses?
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Old February 14th, 2013, 11:23 PM   #511
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lovely update. The Victorian Village is gorgeous....any idea how much is the average fair market value of those houses?
Thanks bud. Depending on the house/condo, I think you're looking at anywhere from 250,000 up to 500,000 for one of the larger homes. I've seen homes in Harrison Park, in the Harrison West neighborhood go for 275,000 to 350,000. And those are new. The Gayborhoods are very desirable areas! lol
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Wow! Some very characterful homes there. I love the porches - so American!

Are these upper working-class/lower middle-class homes? That's my feeling.
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Wow! Some very characterful homes there. I love the porches - so American!

Are these upper working-class/lower middle-class homes? That's my feeling.
LOL None of the above. The people who own these homes are lawyers, doctors, and other professionals. I would be considered middle class and there is no way I or any of my co-workers could ever afford a condo there, much less a house!
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LOL None of the above. The people who own these homes are lawyers, doctors, and other professionals. I would be considered middle class and there is no way I or any of my co-workers could ever afford a condo there, much less a house!
Is that because they are fairly down-town? Inner city? In which case I can see why the expense. I'm just so expecting of American middle class homes to have big front lawns and drives.
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Is that because they are fairly down-town? Inner city? In which case I can see why the expense. I'm just so expecting of American middle class homes to have big front lawns and drives.
Yes and no. Being close to Downtown helps. The villages (Italian, Victorian, and German) have all been gentrified over the last 40 years. Plus Victorian Village borders High Street and the Short North Arts District. I think what you are picturing is suburban America, which tends to have more of the weath than Columbus.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victorian_Village

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Short_North
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Too many wonderful homes indeed! I'll tell you: those homes have much more character than those I see in suburbia because even in the tiniest of details (especially with the windows and brick construction), I can say that those homes are more unique and better-looking than the cookie-cutter houses I see here. And by the way, how close is Victorian Village from Ohio State University?

Again, you have some of the best residential photos I've seen so far—if not the most splendid! and
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Old February 21st, 2013, 10:10 PM   #517
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lovely Victorian houses and I picked up the one you chose (post 509/pic 15). Any idea how much is its cost?
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German Village. March 9, 2013

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Too many wonderful homes indeed! I'll tell you: those homes have much more character than those I see in suburbia because even in the tiniest of details (especially with the windows and brick construction), I can say that those homes are more unique and better-looking than the cookie-cutter houses I see here. And by the way, how close is Victorian Village from Ohio State University?

Again, you have some of the best residential photos I've seen so far—if not the most splendid! and
Victorian Village and OSU are both on High Street and going north to south, they are seperated by Weinland Park and Dennision Place.
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lovely Victorian houses and I picked up the one you chose (post 509/pic 15). Any idea how much is its cost?
Coudn't tell you. But if it's along Neil Avenue it could be between $275,000 and $500.000 depending on the property. Nothing in this area is cheap unless it's a total dump. But in the three years I've lived in central Columbus, I've never seen one of those in that area. If you want something cheaper, you need to look at Dennison Place or Harrison West. Or if you want a fixer upper, Weinland Park is a good bet. It's in the middle of a major transformation.
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