25 Most Expensive Homes In Ohio
Yes, the most-expensive home sale in Central Ohio for 2017 included storage for your 30 favorite classic vehicles—and a bowling alley and deep-water dock, to boot.
This property for sale at 25 Turtle Bay, Huron, Ohio 44839, United States is a Single Family Homes with 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths, and 2 partial baths. It is located in Huron, Ohio, and is in the 44839 zip/post code area. This home of 6,280 Sq.Ft. was built in 2008 and is on a .34 Acre(s) lot.
Zillow helps you find the newest Ohio real estate listings. By analyzing information on thousands of single family homes for sale in Ohio and across the United States, we calculate home values (Zestimates) and the Zillow Home Value Price Index for Ohio proper, its neighborhoods and surrounding areas.
What do a Nantucket home on the harbor, a Scottsdale mega-mansion, and a plantation in Mississippi have in common? They're all the most expensive homes for sale on Trulia in their state (as of April 11, 2016) — and many of them do a superb job showcasing a unique real estate style that's specific to each locale.
These are the places in Ohio that cost a pretty penny — the most expensive cities in the state. After we saved up for months and could finally afford it, we landed on this list of the ten most expensive cities in Ohio for 2019. So where is the most expensive place to live in Ohio? That would be Oxford.
EXCLUSIVE: The 25 richest places in Ohio. Of the 25 communities with the highest household incomes in the Buckeye State, eight are in the Columbus area. Cincinnati and Cleveland each have five ZIPs among the top 25. Check out the slideshow to see where places like Powell, New Albany and Westerville fall on the list. Also included are each area's median age and median net worth.