Woodland Park – A historic neighborhood.
The goal of WoodlandParkLiving.com is to bring this unique and historic city neighborhood into a convenient internet resource powered by home owners and residents.
This is a humble beginning of a community based website that will grow.
Located a short distance east from downtown Columbus and bounded by parks, museums, shopping, OSU Hospitcal and other downtown attractions.
Nestled near the neighborhoods Franklin Park, Eastgate, Olde Towne, and Bexley and minutes away from OSU, Easton Town Center and Port Columbus International Airport.
This is a neighborhood in transition of becoming vibrant and lively once again. By preserving the past through renovations, transformation and preservation, Woodland Park is paving the way to a future as an energetic place to work, visit and live.
Visit our neighborhood, stroll Woodland Ave and inviting boulevards at Hawthorne Park and Clifton Ave. View the beautiful gardens on your way to the Franklin Park Conservatory. Drive our streets and view the beautiful mixture of American architecture as you embrace a historical panorama of the city of Columbus.
Woodland Park was established at the turn of the twentieth century as one of Columbus’ first planned, upscale suburban neighborhoods. Originally referred to as the “North Gateway to Franklin Park” and rapidly became home to many of the founding families of Columbus as well as entrepreneurs, business owners, industrialists, educators and artists. Numerous prominent citizens of Columbus, including nationally renowned artist Emerson Burkhart.
Many of the homes feature an eclectic mix of architecture including Colonial, Federal, Victorian, Tudor, Mission, Greek Revival, French Eclectic, American Foursquare and Cape Cod. Homes range in size from massive mansions, bungalows, penthouses to studio apartments. This diversity of older homes makes Woodland Park interesting, attractive, and affordable neighborhood.