Olde Town East real estate

Olde Town East

Katie can help you find Olde Town East real estateOlde Town East homes for sale and information about the Olde Town East real estate market.

Check out our Columbus Ohio MLS search to see Olde Town East real estate.



You’ll love Olde Town East real estateOlde Town East residents choose to live here for the unique styling of the houses and their appreciation of the diverse community. The varied cultural and racial backgrounds and economic levels that are present create a unique environment not found in any other Columbus neighborhood. Olde Towne East is a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood in a grid layout. The Columbus Metropolitan Library, The Columbus Museum of Art, Franklin University, Capitol University Law School, and Columbus College of Art and Design are all within a 15 minute walk.

The entire downtown of Columbus is easily accessible by bicycle or public transportation. City, county, state and federal government agencies (including the Capitol Building of the State of Ohio), several regional and national banks, insurance companies, and major corporate headquarters are all accessible without need for an automobile. There is convenient access to all other areas of the city by the freeway and bus systems that converge downtown.

Olde Towne East is located in the historical Near East Side of Columbus, Ohio. It is one of Columbus’ oldest neighborhoods. Nestled between Downtown, Bexley, and Driving Park, Olde Towne East has over 1,000 homes, some as old as the 1830s, and more than 50 architectural styles including Italianate, Queen Anne and Victorian.

These homes were built by many of the famous individuals of Columbus including industrialists, lawyers, judges, teachers, architects, mayors, governors, and legislators, many of which shaped Columbus.

Be sure to visit our Columbus Ohio MLS search to see Olde Town East real estate.


  • Olde Town East is in the Columbus City Schools system
  • Columbus City Schools is largest school district in the state of Ohio
  • There are a total of 118 active schools in the district
  • Received a “C” rating for the 2011-2012 Ohio Schools Report Card, meaning that it is continuously improving
  • Graduation rate is higher than the national average

— From OldeTownEast.org