Sycamore Hills of Columbus, Ohio is a neighborhood bounded by Bethel Road to the south, Godown Road to the west and north, and train tracks to the east. Although very close to restaurants, groceries, and other retail and business centers, Sycamore Hills is a quiet and shaded part of Columbus that is off the beaten path.
Sycamore Hills is a family neighborhood. The area is made up of mostly single-family homes built between 1960 and 1980. The streets are wide with no through streets, so the traffic is minimal and makes Sycamore Hills a great place to learn to ride a bike. The home prices reflect the popularity of the neighborhood, and most houses sell for, or just above, the median price for the Greater Columbus Area.
The Sycamore Hills Pool is within walking distance of all parts of Sycamore Hills. A few minutes farther away is Northwest Swim Club with tennis courts, pools with Olympic swim lanes, and many social events.
Columbus, Ohio has many higher education institutions. One of the largest universities in the country, the Ohio State University, is a ten minute drive away from Sycamore Hills. Columbus State and Capital University are close by as well. The Columbus College of Art and Design is in downtown and offers degrees in artistic pursuits and is a one-of-a-kind educational opportunity.
Sports fans keep busy in Sycamore Hills. The Buckeye football team of Ohio State puts over 100,000 fans into the stadium every home game and is the inspiration for countless parties across the city. NHL fans have the winter to support the Columbus Blue Jackets in their pursuit of the Stanley Cup. Soccer fans can root for one of the original Major League Soccer teams, The Columbus Crew, and watch them in one of the few “Soccer Only” professional stadiums.