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Downtown

Toledo offers one of the highest qualities of life at a very affordable cost. Condos, town homes, Victorian style or new homes can all be found in one of 33 residential neighborhoods that each has its own distinctive character. One of them is sure to be your perfect fit.

Some highlights:

Fifth Third Field

Huntington Center

Hensville

Imagination Station

Toledo Lucas County Public Library

Promenade Park

Maumee Bay Brewing Co.

Kengo Sushi & Yakitori

Grumpy's

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Sylvania

The City of Sylvania is a western suburb of Toledo. With a historic downtown, beautiful homes, community-focused recreation and exceptional schools, Sylvania offers a lot in small package. The city is home to several parks, including Olander Park, Pacesetter Park, Veterans Memorial, and Burnham Park. Olander Park has a large 28 acre pond, Pacesetter Park has lacrosse, soccer, and baseball fields, and Burnham Park contains Plummer Pool.

Some highlights:

Wildwood Preserve Metropark

Sylvania Country Club

Highland Meadows Golf Club

Olander Park

Toledo Botanical Garden

Shadow Valley Tennis Club at Central

5th Street Pub – Sylvania

Revolution Grille

Element 112

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Rossford

Rossford is one of five cities located in Wood County. The city is located at the intersection of two major Interstate Highway I-75 and I-80/90 thus it is often referred to as the Crossroads of America. Rossford offers a quaint downtown, beautiful marina, a crossroads shopping mecca and historic surroundings. Other close major attractions include Bass Pro Shops and the Hollywood Casino.

Some highlights:

Hollywood Casino

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Perrysburg

Founded in 1795, Perrysburg sits on the southern shore of the Maumee River. The city offers the right mix of housing, shopping, entertainment and a top-ranked school system. The Town Center at Levis Commons offers a mix of distinctive stores, entertainment, and restaurants. The city also boasts historical Fort Meigs, a fully restored fort which played a vital role in America's defense during the War of 1812.

Some highlights:

Fort Meigs

Woodlands Park

Perrysburg Tennis Center

Belmont Country Club

Zingo's Mediterranean Restaurant

5th Street Pub – Perrysburg

Swig Restaurant

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Maumee

Located along the same river for which it is named, Maumee is home to one of the largest business centers in Northwest Ohio. Arrowhead Business Park and Maumee's historic business community contribute to nearly 30,000 plus jobs in the community. Even with all those busineses, Maumee's neighborhoods retain their small town flavor. Many homes and buildings of the early residents still stand along the tree-lined streets just outside of the historic downtown area. Annually, the walleye run is a popular attraction that draws fishermen and women from around the county and world!

Some highlights:

Toledo Zoo and Aquarium

Side Cut Metropark

Fallen Timbers Battlefield

Toledo Country Club

Maumee River Yacht Club

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Bowling Green

Located in the center of Northwest Ohio, Bowling Green is the county seat for Wood County. Commonly referred to as “BG”, the city was established in 1833.It has a population of approximately 30,000 and is home to Bowling Green State University and a thriving downtown filled with business and recreation activities.

Some highlights:

Bowling Green State University

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Ottawa Hills

The Village of Ottawa Hills is a residential neighborhood community that features tree-lined streets, a meandering creek, abundant wildlife and lush greenery. The village is adjacent to the University of Toledo, shopping centers, and parks. Ottawa Hills residents share an ongoing commitment to educational excellence, an appreciation of classically distinctive homes and a connection to their neighbors. The school system consistently ranks among the top in the State of Ohio and nationally as well.
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Waterville

Since the earliest days of our nation’s history and even before Waterville has been a place where people have met to conduct business. Native Americans from throughout the Maumee River Valley and Great Lakes Area held councils at Roche de Boeuf, an outcropping of rock in the Maumee River that remains to this day. Waterville offers a wide variety of neighborhoods, from historic settings on River Road to the contemporary developments on Waterville-Monclova Road. Residents gather annually to celebrate its founders. In Waterville, residents can enjoy the safety of a small community with easy accessibility to larger cities like Maumee, Perrysburg and Toledo.

Some highlights:

Farnsworth Metropark

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POINT PLACE

Point Place offers a small town community close to the urban center of Toledo. Nestled on the shore of Lake Erie, Point Place offers numerous water activities thanks to a variety of docks, parks and yacht clubs. Visitors and residents enjoy dinner on the water, regattas and golf in this close-knit community.

Some highlights:

Toledo Yacht Club

Riverview Yacht Club

Toledo Harbor Lighthouse

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OLD WEST END

A historic and eclectic neighborhood, the OWE is a popular location for home buyers looking for a property with character and charm on the edge of downtown. Classic examples of Colonial, Georgian, Italian Renaissance, Queen Ann, Dutch Colonial, French Second Empire and Arts and Crafts homes fill the streets of this 25 block neighborhood.

Some highlights:

Toledo Museum of Art

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BEVERLY - HARVARD

A quiet neighborhood along the Maumee River, Beverly is full of historic homes situated close to the popular Toledo Country Club and Maumee River Yacht Club.

Some highlights:

Toledo Country Club

Maumee River Yacht Club

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WESTGATE

The Westgate area offers a modern mix of historic homes and locally owned business along with a variety of national retailers. With close proximity to the University of Toledo, the walkable Old Orchard neighborhood is home to many university professors, lawyers and other professionals, and includes many families.

Some highlights:

University of Toledo

Sanger Branch Library

Fusion Bistro