The Grandview South area of Columbus, Ohio is located on the Scioto River south of Dublin Road and north of Interstate 670. Parks convenient to the area are the Wyman Woods Park, McKinley Field Park, C. Ray Buck Park and Grandview Heights Park.
At just under four miles away, Grandview South is conveniently located to downtown Columbus, Ohio and home to the area’s museums. The Columbus Museum of Art, Thurber House, Kelton House, Heritage Museum, Riffe Gallery, and The Ohio Fire Museum are all located within a two-mile radius in downtown Columbus. The Columbus Museum of Art hosts over 200,000 visitors a year. Its outstanding collections of late nineteenth and early twentieth century American and European modern art, as well as spectacular examples of impressionism, German impressionism, and Cubism, make this museum a popular visitor destination.
Grant Medical Center, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Mount Carmel Hospital, and Ohio State University Hospital East serve the Columbus area residents. The educational needs of the community are served by the Grandview Heights High School, Starling Middle School, and the Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School. Grandview South residents interested in attaining a higher education can pursue their degrees at the Mount Carmel College of Nursing, Franklin University, Ohio State University, or Columbus State Community College.
Several golf courses around Grandview South are available for residents to test their skills, including the Scioto Golf Course, Raymond Memorial Golf Course, and the Wilson Road Golf Course.
Shopping convenient to the area is the Thurber Village Shopping Center and the Lane Avenue Shopping Center just two and a half miles away.