Columbus Neighborhoods You Need to Know: Olde Oaks August 25th, 2008 categories: For Home Buyers, Olde Towne East
Severed from Olde Towne East years ago by Interstate I-70, Olde Oaks has the historic housing stock that can stand toe to toe with any neighborhood in Columbus. The entire community is an historic district within Columbus and the beautiful, big homes are affordable, reasonable, and located just a few minutes from Downtown Columbus and Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
For example, Look at this gorgeous 2380 sq ft brick center hall with 4 beds and 2 baths on a double lot for only $139,00! Old Oaks is the most intact of Columbus’ turn-of-the-century streetcar era neighborhoods that show the homes of the middle and upper classes. Architecture styles include American Four-Squares in Mission and Neoclassical Revival styles, as well as Modified Queen Annes.
The neighborhood is bounded on the West by the homes on Ohio Avenue, on the East by the homes on Kimball Place, on the North by Mooberry Street, and on the South by Livingston Avenue. Olde Oaks Civic Association meeting are the 2nd Monday of the month at Holy Rosary St. John Community -640 South Ohio Avenue at 6:30 p.m.