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Greenbriar Farm is a Columbus, Ohio neighborhood located along the west side of Jack Nicklaus Freeway. East Broad Street borders to the north, with East Main Street the south, and Big Walnut Creek and Columbus Country Club to the west. Noe Bixby Road is the neighborhood’s primary roadway, spanning it from north to south.
The northeast corner of Greenbriar Farm is home to Temple Israel. This congregation’s history goes back to 1838, when the first Jews arrived in Columbus. The growth of the congregation eventually led the temple’s construction in 1958. A complete renovation was completed in the year 2000, integrating features such as a state-of-the-art learning center. The Temple Israel Sisterhood also operates a gift shop at the Temple. The Temple community is both socially active and socially responsible.
Just down Noe Bixby Road from Temple Israel, the Columbus Torah Academy provides a K-12 Jewish education. This private school offers its high school students a college-preparatory education, with nearly 100 percent of its graduates continuing on to four-year colleges.
The nearby Columbus Country Club was first opened in 1904, and a nine-hole course completed in 1907. The final 18 hole course was completed in 1914. The course, complete with its Georgian-style clubhouse, encompasses 250 acres of Greenbriar Farm. Club members and guests enjoy a family-friendly, social atmosphere with a variety of activities, services, and events.
Big Walnut Creek gives the neighborhood a relaxed air. Although some luxury apartments are available here, they aren’t the norm. Homes run in the $100 thousand to $200 thousand range, with a few reaching over $400 thousand.