The Eastwood subdivision in Pickerington Ohio is small quiet neighborhood located east of Rt. 256 and just north of Blacklick Eastern road. The beautiful mature trees that line the streets give the neighborhood a homey feel and with only a few streets in the neighborhood, traffic is limited to residence. It's a good neighborhood for kids. Most of the homes in the community are three to four bedrooms two stories with a variety of different architectural designs. Eastwood is part of the Pickerington school systems with children attending the Fairfield Elementary School, Harmon Middle School, Lake View Junior High, and Pickerington North High School.
Of the homes for sale this past year, there were only 3 homes sold in the Eastwood Subdivision in 2010. Here are the sold statistics for 2010.
Lowest Days on Market: 18 / Highest Days on Market: 88 / Average Days on Market: 47
Smallest Square Feet: 1,670 / Largest Square Feet: 2,016 / Average Square Feet: 1,904
Lowest Price/Sq ft: $68.22 / Highest Price/Sq ft: $98.80 / Average Price/Sq ft: $84.11
Lowest Price Sold: $13,205 / Highest Price Sold: $172,000 / Average Price Sold: $158,402
The home that sold for the lowest price this past year was 13521 Falmouth Ave. This four bedroom, two and a half bath two story home has 2,016 square feet inside and sold for $138,205 or $68.22/sq ft in May of 2010.
The home that sold for the highest price in Eastwood this past year was 13419 Falmouth Ave. This four bedroom, two and a half bath two story home boasts 2,016 square feet and sold for $172,000 in April of 2010. Interestingly, although this home attained the highest dollar amount paid for a home this past year, it did not get the highest price per square foot.
The home that actually sold for the highest price on a square foot basis was 13426 Capetown Ave. This three bedroom, two and a half bath two story home has 1,670 square feet and sold for $165,000 or $98.80/sq ft in April of 2010.
There were also three homes that did not sell this past year. One was withdrawn from the market, one expired and was not relisted. The last was put back on the market as a rental property.
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