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1488 McNaughten Rd, Columbus, OH 43232
$965 - $1,035 | 2 Beds

(614) 705-1616

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1359 Yorkland Rd, Columbus, OH 43232
$750 - $847 | 2 Beds

(614) 524-0500

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1307 Yorkland Rd, Columbus, OH 43232
$665 - $845 | 1 - 2 Beds

(614) 682-7363

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5894 Shana Dr, Columbus, OH 43232
$609 - $659 | 2 Beds
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Livingston-McNaughten Neighborhood in Columbus, OH

Livingston – McNaughten Neighborhood

Livingston–McNaughten is a neighborhood east of downtown Columbus. It consists of one- and two-story homes, condos, and apartments. The streets are lined with trees and there are many cul-de-sacs in the community. Listed homes and condos in the area start from around $37,000 and run to around $150,000. Interstate 270 is just to the west of the neighborhood.

Schools in the area include Reynoldsburg High School, Yorktown Middle School, Tussing Elementary School, and St. Pius X School. Columbus is also the home of The Ohio State University.

Some highly rated restaurants nearby include the Genji Japanese Steak House, Berwick Manor Restaurant, and Smoky Bones Bar and Fire Grill. For relaxation, Livingston-McNaughten residents enjoy some of the recreational parks in the area. Nearby are Blacklick Woods Metro Park and Independence Village Park.

Hotels close to the neighborhood include the Country Inn and Suites Columbus East, Hampton Inn Columbus, and La Quinta Inn Columbus Airport. Golfers can try out their skills at the City of Columbus Walnut Hill Golf Course or Blacklick Woods Metro Golf Course. Attractions great for the whole family include Skate Zone 71, the Fort Rapids Water Park Resort, and the Franklin Park Conservatory.

During the summer, residents can catch a AAA baseball game with the Columbus Clippers, who are affiliated with the Cleveland Indians.

Some good places to see a first-run movie include the AMC Easton Town Center 30, Hollywood Studio Theatre, and Arena Grand Theatre. For live theater, favorite attractions are the Palace Theatre, Ohio Theatre, and the Lincoln Theatre.

For those looking for some great nightlife, Screaming Willies, Shooter’s Sports Bar, Sinbad’s, and Bellagios are popular spots.

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