1 apartments for rent in Brookside Village, Columbus, OH

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7303 Fall Creek Ln, Columbus, OH 43235
$725 | 2 Beds | Townhome for Rent
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Brookside Village Neighborhood in Columbus, OH

Brookside Village Neighborhood

Brookside Village is a highly coveted neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio. It is located in zip code 43235 in Franklin County, a historic county named in honor of Benjamin Franklin. Franklin County is also Columbus’s county seat.

Brookside Village is close to major roadways, fine dining, superior shopping options, and good schools. It is bounded by the Interstate 270 Outerbelt in the north, Snouffer Road in the south, Smoky Row Road in the west, and the neighborhoods of Worthingview and Stilson in the east.

The airport is just minutes away. Additionally, the Interstate 270 Outerbelt encircles the city of Columbus, making commuting and travel a breeze for Brookside Village residents.

Brookside Village is a part of the Worthington School District. Worthington School District is considered to be one of the best school districts in Columbus. An impressive ninety percent of Worthington School District students move on to higher education. Nearby schools in this district include Brookside Elementary School, Phoenix Middle School, and Worthington Kilbourne High School.

Many of the wealthiest residents of Brookside Village belong to the local Brookside Golf and Country Club, located in neighboring Brookside Estates. Brookside Golf and Country Club is a private, upscale, 18-hole course with a fitness center, tennis courts, Olympic-size swimming pool, and beautiful clubhouse. Brookside Village residents also like spending time at Perry Park, located just across Snouffer Road. Perry Park has multiple baseball/softball fields, as well as a jogging track.

Columbus is the capital and largest city in Ohio. It is characterized by a strong economy, multiple efficient modes of transportation, and numerous cultural attractions. It is home to the Columbus Metropolitan Library, Columbus Museum of Art, multiple places of worship and public parks, Broadway shows, and Ohio State University.

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