Hilliard Real Estate
In 1852, John Reed Hilliard bought ten acres of farmland in western Franklin County. The original train station has been restored and remains in Hilliard’s historic Weaver Park. The rich heritage of the historic area has been maintained with its architectural styles and residential structures. Hilliard continues its commercial growth while retaining the charm of its historic district and maintains the friendly atmosphere that makes it a great place to live, work, and raise a family. Most of Hilliard’s more than twenty schools have scored above average in the Great Schools ratings.
The seven-mile long Heritage Rail Trail provides opportunities for bicycling, rollerblading, jogging and walking. There are two outdoor swimming facilities open in the summer. The city offers 24 developed parks that range from wooded natural areas to athletic facilities. The Parks and Recreation Department works with local organizations to offer a high-quality sporting experience to its area youth and adult athletes. The Heritage Golf Club offers a unique, challenging experience. Numerous housing developments offer a wide variety of options.
Located conveniently near Routes 33, I-70 and I-270, Hilliard is just eight miles north of Columbus.