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Marysville Real Estate

Area Guide_Marysville

About Marysville

Marysville is situated on land given to a Revolutionary War soldier in 1789. The land passed through several owners and was named “Marysville” in 1819 by Samuel Cuthbertson in honor of his daughter, Mary. Historic Uptown Marysville is a charming and inviting place any time of year. It is home to the restored and original OM Scotts Hardware Store, the Union County Courthouse and numerous shops and businesses, including antique and gift shops, dining and bakery establishments, and numerous specialty stores.

The Uptown includes buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, Ohio Historical markers and attractions. Also, there are seasonal activities such as fairs, Arts and Crafts show, a Christmas Walk and a farmers’ market throughout the growing season. Marysville Schools is a growing school district with five elementary schools (K-4), one intermediate school (5-6), one middle school (7-8), and one high school (9-12). The schools employ more than 300 teachers and 200 support staff. The district has received the highest honor from the Ohio Department of Education, placing it among the elite schools in the state.

Honda of America has been an important manufacture in Marysville. The facility has grown tremendously since its opening in 1979. The Municipal Pool provides a safe and inviting facility that is accessible to the community. High quality service and aquatic programming and facilities are available. The Parks and Recreation Department has programs and special events for everyone to enjoy. Outdoor opportunities include the Jim Simmons Memorial biking trail and McCarthy Park’s multi-purpose trail.

Several golf courses and the Union County Sports Complex add to the area’s attractions. “The Woodlands at Scotts Farms”, “Mill Valley North” and “The Links at Marysville” are just three of the new home developments which offer hiking trails, ponds and other amenities.

Marysville is located amid farmland and scenic byways and only thirty minutes from downtown Columbus.