Manor Plain Views
Clarenton Tidewater Windsor Hampsted
Commons Tensweep Pickett Place Ealy
Crossing Keswick Yantis Wiveliscombe Clivdon The Crescent North of
Fenway Edge of
Farm Fenway Hawksmoor Upper Brandon Waterston Lansdowne Oxford Planters
Park Neighborhood & Park Brandon Tiverton The Farms Balfour Greens Pembrooke Rocky Fork
Metro Park Bevelhymer
Park New Albany
Department Albany Park Thompson
Road Park Wexner
Community Park Swickard
Woods SmartRide, COTA
Park & Ride Plain Township
Fire Department Police
& Village Hall New Albany
Plain Local Schools
Learning Campus VILLAGE
CENTER New Albany
Country Club New Albany
Links Golf Club NEW ALBANY INTERNATIONAL
BUSINESS PARK Ealy House &
William Resch Park Hatchford
Ren’s Park Byington Park Plain Township
Aquatic Center Rose Run
& Nature Preserve Swickard Woods
Nature Preserve Ackerly
Mews Cedar Brook Dominion
Club Ebrington Hampsted
Heath Highgrove &
Highgrove Farms Millbrook
Farm New Albany Links Saunton The Green
at Hampsted Village The
Park & Ride James River Road Park Ratchford
Price Point: $ 200,000 – $ 350,000
Plain View is one of New Albany’s most mature neighborhoods offering a variety of one- and two-story home sites.
Price Point: $ 350,000 – $ 500,000
This neighborhood is conveniently located less than a mile north of the school learning campus. Home sizes range from 2,800-3,500 square feet and amenities include a neighborhood park and easy connection to leisure trails.
Price Point: $ 300,000 – $ 450,000
This neighborhood abuts the New Albany Links subdivision and offers convenient access to community leisure trails and neighborhood parks.
This neighborhood offers a variety of apartment, condo and duplex style homes.
Price Point: $ 300,000 – $ 450,000
This neighborhood is part of the New Albany Links, with homes ranging in size from 2,200-3,600 square feet. The natural amenities are easy to notice, with tranquil ponds, beautiful trees, and peaceful reserve areas. The northern section of Upper Clarenton is also directly across the street from Rocky Fork Metro Park.
Price Point: $ 600,000 – $ 850,000
This neighborhood is built around a natural, nine-acre reserve, a creek that meanders throughout the development and a one-acre pond. Additionally, many lots are heavily wooded, and the subdivision has direct access to New Albany’s leisure trail system.
Price Point: $ 350,000 – $ 500,000
Windsor is conveniently located across the street from the New Albany Learning Campus and patterned after villages from long ago. Large front porches dot the streetscape while garages are tucked behind the homes and are accessed by carriageways. At the center of the community is an English garden in the village green and one of two community playgrounds. Windsor sits across the street from the school learning campus and is within easy walking distance to Village Center amenities like the Market Square dining and shopping district, the library, the Heit Center and the McCoy Center.
Price Point: $ 300,000 – $ 550,000
This neighborhood is conveniently situated to shopping areas and the school learning campus. It includes large community green space gathering areas and leisure trails connecting to Village Center amenities. Homes here are typically 2,100-3,500 square feet. Not all homes in this neighborhood are within New Albany corporate limits but all are within the New Albany Plain Local School District.
Price Point: $ 1,000,000 – $ 2,500,000
Tensweep derives its name from the sweeping views its ten homes have of the New Albany Country Club west nine. It is one of the most dramatic neighborhoods in New Albany, featuring estate sized homes on expansive lots. This neighborhood is not located within New Albany city limits but all homes are part of the New Albany Plain Local school district.
Price Point: $ 500,000 – $ 650,000
Pickett Place is a charming New Albany Country Club community of single Cape Cod and traditional two story homes on smaller lots requiring minimal maintenance. The neighborhood, which is served by large green space areas and nearby Byington Park, is surrounded by woods on one side and a beautiful creek on the other, and within easy walking distance of Market Square amenities and the school learning campus.
Price Point: $ 600,000 – $ 1,500,000
Homes in this New Albany Country Club community offer 3,000 to 5,000 square feet of living space situated among woods. Ealy Crossing is anchored by a beautiful pond and directly adjacent to the Rose Run creek. Walking paths from Ealy Crossing lead directly to the Market Square shops and restaurants and other important community amenities like the library, Heit Center, school campus and McCoy Center.
Price Point: $ 450,000 – $ 650,000
Keswick is New Albany Country Club’s first townhome community overlooking the green and common spaces of Market Square in the heart of the village. The location this development offers is one of the most prime in all of New Albany with Village Center amenities like the Market Square dining and shopping district, the library and the Heit Center literally across the street. The school learning campus is also within very short walking distance.
Price Point: $ 1,000,000+
One of the most mature of the New Albany Country Club communities, this neighborhood is tucked between the club itself, Wiveliscombe and North of Woods. It has wonderful connections to the New Albany Country Club golf course and is surrounded by natural beauty. Directly connected to New Albany’s leisure trails in many directions, as well as Byington Park, this neighborhood is one of the most popular walking destinations in New Albany.
Price Point: $ 900,000 – $ 1,500,000
Wiveliscombe homes are tucked into a heavily wooded section near the New Albany Country Club. Each lot is close to an acre, with homes ranging from 4,000-6,000 square feet; and the streetscape is defined by an abundance of trees, gardens and outdoor living spaces. Leisure trails are nearby, as is Byington Community Park.
Price Range: $ 750,000 – $ 2,000,000
Nestled between the first and second hole of the west nine and the eighth hole of the north nine on the New Albany Country Club, Clivdon features estate-size residences ranging from 3,500 to 7,000 square feet of living space. The neighborhood also includes a small enclave called Clivdon Mews.
Price Point: $ 750,000 – $ 2,000,000
The Crescent was the very first New Albany Country Club community, helping to launch many additional neighborhoods. A number of these homes either face or back up to the golf course and the neighborhood is surrounded by leisure trails on the golf course side. Mature tree-lined streets help distinguish this area as one of the most prestigious in all of New Albany.
Price Point: $ 500,000 – $ 900,000
This neighborhood is extremely sought after due to its proximity to New Albany Country Club and all Market Square amenities, both of which are within easy walking distance. The homes range from 2,750 to 4,500 square feet of living space and feature traditional brick and clapboard materials. There is a children’s playground that anchors the neighborhood and all homes are connected to multiple leisure trails.
Price Point: $ 450,000 – $ 650,000
A picturesque New Albany Country Club community anchored by a tree-lined common greenspace, Ashton Grove has been a highly sought after neighborhood from the very beginning. The homes are characterized by hand formed bricks, picket fencing, terraces and flower gardens. This neighborhood is also within walking distance of all Village Center amenities and multiple trail systems.
Price Point: $ 450,000 – $ 800,000
Upper Fenway offers homes ranging in size from 3,000-4,000 square feet with mature tree-lined streets, walking trails, shared green space and Aspinwall South Community Park. This neighborhood is within walking distance to the restaurants and shops of Market Square as well as the many other amenities like the Heit Center, McCoy Center, library and school campus. Ratchford Fen’s Park, a beautiful pond and green space area with leisure trails, is also nearby.
Price Point: $ 850,000 – 2,000,000
Edge of Woods is a gated community between the 6th and 9th holes of New Albany Country Club’s north nine and within a very short walking distance of the club itself. Reminiscent of a European village, Edge of Woods homes range from 4,000 to 7,000 square feet of living space and include common greenspace, architectural follies, beautiful terraces and other outdoor living spaces without yard maintenance.
Price Point: $ 350,000 – $ 550,000
Within immediate walking distance to Market Square and the entire Village Center, Richmond Square is ideal for the buyer who does not want the responsibility of yard work or the upkeep of a larger home. Homes range in size from 2,250 to 2,500 square feet.
This neighborhood, host to the 2010 Central Ohio BIA Parade of Homes, is located within walking distance to Village Center amenities like the Market Square dining and shopping district, the library, the Heit Center, the McCoy Center and the school campus. It is also close to multiple trail systems.
Price Point: $ 525,000 – $ 700,000
Straits Farm is a patio home community where the tranquility of a suburban setting meets the urban core of the community. Homes in this New Albany Country Club neighborhood are 2,600-3,500 square feet. The neighborhood is connected to Ackerly Park and within close walking distance to the Market Square dining and shopping district, the library, the Heit Center, the McCoy Center and the school campus.
Price Point: $ 550,000 – $ 1,800,000
Fenway is one of the earliest neighborhoods to be developed and was the location of the 1992 Central Ohio Parade of Homes. Fenway and Upper Brandon have grown more beautiful as they have aged due to the significant number of trees and an eight acre fishing pond. Other nearby amenities include Ratchford Fen’s Park, one of the prettiest areas in New Albany; playgrounds; walking trails and other common green space.
Price Point: $ 1,100,000 – $ 2,500,000
Hawksmoor is a New Albany Country Club community situated in a secluded enclave across from New Albany Farms. These grand homes offer a warm and inviting curb appeal and the streetscape and architecture is reflective of an English village.
Price Point: $ 750,000 – $ 2,000,000
One of the New Albany Country Club community’s early developments, Upper Brandon offers a scenic setting, an eight acre pond for fishing, an expansive park and a bounty of walking trails with beautiful views of the New Albany Country Club golf course.
Price Point: $ 800,000 – $ 1,500,000
Located in the Lambton Park area, homes in this New Albany Country Club community range from 3,500 to 6,000 square feet. Waterston offers an easy walk to Lambton Park, multiple leisure trail connections, as well as close proximity to community parks and the New Albany Country Club.
Price Point: $ 500,000 – $ 850,000
A New Albany Country Club community across the within very close proximity to the club grounds, Lansdowne features multiple access points to New Albany’s leisure trail system and zero lot line homes overlooking the club, golf course and other facilities. The pleasant streetscape of this neighborhood can be attributed in part to the courtyards and rear loading garages.
Price Point: $ 700,000 – $ 1,000,000
This newly developing New Albany Country Club community is situated close to Planters Grove and the New Albany Country Club. Many lots back to trees and waterways, offering scenic and natural views.
Price point: $450,000 – $750,000
Planters Grove boasts more parks and common green spaces than any other New Albany Country Club neighborhood. It also connects with the Brandon neighborhood and multiple leisure trails; and is situated within close proximity to the New Albany Country Club and shopping venues.
The New Albany Country Club neighborhoods that comprise this area include homes around the Lambton Green area, as well as Waterston, Tiverton and Pembrooke. All the neighborhoods are off the leisurely, meandering Lambton Park Road that winds along the golf course. Prices range from $550,000 to estate size homes priced up to $2,500,000. There is also a picturesque park in this area with amenities that include leisure trails, a large pond for fishing, vast open space and a playground.
Price Point: $ 500,000 – $ 800,000
This New Albany Country Club community is directly connected to Lambton Park and Planters Grove, and is itself anchored by numerous parks, ponds and walking trails. Homes in this neighborhood range from 3,000 to 4,500 square feet of living space.
Price Point: $ 550,000 – $ 900,000
Anchored by a park and playground, the Tiverton neighborhood offers single family homes that range in size from 2,750 to 4,500 square feet. Tiverton is located very close to the New Albany Country Club golf course and offers mature trees and easy access to the Lambton Park neighborhood and leisure trails.
Price Point: $ 1,000,000 – $ 9,000,000
The Farms is an exclusive gated community of elaborate estate homes on expanded acreage. The homes in this neighborhood often range from 5,000 to 10,000 square feet of living space. This community also offers residents a location that provides easy access to everyday and recreational amenities.
Price Point: $600,000 – $1,000,000
This New Albany Country Club community has been extraordinarily popular due to the shared green space, connectivity to the leisure paths and proximity to the golf course and club. It also directly connects to the Lambton Park neighborhood and is near Sutton Place Community Park for those with small children looking for a pocket park.
The Rocky Fork Metro Park is a 1,200+ acre park that includes running trails, horse trails, a shelter house and a playground. A partnership between New Albany, Plain Township, Franklin County Metro Parks and the City of Columbus, this park received the Governor’s Award for the best parks project in the entire state in 2015. Based in large part on resident requests, New Albany City Council collaborated Metro Parks to develop, fund and build New Albany’s first dog park, which can be seen at the park’s entryway. Maintained by Metro Parks staff, this dog park is a popular destination for dog owners and their four-legged family members.
This 145-acre park is one of three managed by the New Albany Parks & Recreation Joint Parks District (a separate entity from the City of New Albany) and serves as the hub of its activities. Parks district offices are located here along with 32 fields for baseball, softball, soccer, football, and lacrosse. The complex also offers two tennis courts, a paved walking trail, concession stands, restroom facilities, and playgrounds.
The New Albany Public Service Department maintains 224 lane miles of roadway, more than 200 miles of water and sewer lines, 20 bridges, thousands of street trees and nearly 1,100 street lights. Its administrative offices are located at 7800 Bevelhymer Road, in a building designed to pay homage to the community’s rural roots.
This 59-acre park is one of three managed by the New Albany Parks & Recreation Joint Parks District (a separate entity from the City of New Albany). Amenities include tennis and basketball courts, walking trails, a playground, and seven full-size athletic fields. The open air pavilion makes a great setting for picnics and reunions.
This 2.2 acre park is one of three managed by the New Albany Parks & Recreation Joint Parks District (a separate entity from the City of New Albany). Park grounds include the Davis Commons formal lawn and the Karr Family Pergola, which are available to rent. Wexner Park is also in close proximity to the Plain Township Aquatic Park, the school learning campus and Swickard Woods.
This wonderful amenity is adjacent to the school learning campus, Plain Township Aquatic Center and Wexner Park.
SmartRide New Albany, a joint initiative between the City of New Albany and COTA, is a public transportation network that features six scheduled runs in the morning and evening between Columbus and the COTA Park & Ride located in the New Albany International Business Park. Shuttles transport riders through the business park free of charge. COTA Park & Rides are free parking areas for COTA bus riders, allowing for convenient access to downtown Columbus, the New Albany International Business Park and The Ohio State University campus.
The Plain Township Fire Department provides fire, emergency medical, prevention and safety services to all New Albany residents from Station 121, completed in 1997. The station is designed to house twelve firefighters each 24-hour shift, as well as the department’s ladder, engine and medic vehicles. Plain Township Fire routinely partners with city staff on community outreach safety; and also has a fire safety trailer, an integral teaching tool about recognizing home fire hazards, crawling low under smoke, exiting bedroom windows, and the importance of functioning smoke alarms.
New Albany is one of Ohio’s safest communities because our officers understand that strong relationships set the foundation for a safer community. They routinely patrol the community and often perform vacation house checks while on patrol. Outreach programs include women’s self-defense classes, Neighborhood Block Watch, bike safety and safety tips to businesses. New Albany also stations two officers on the New Alban Plain Local School Learning Campus throughout the school year.
New Albany’s Village Hall is located next to the police station. Village Hall houses the City Manager’s Office, finance department, community development department and Mayor’s Court. Council meetings occur here, as well, generally the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 6:30 pm.
This school campus is a unique learning environment for its students, with all schools and support facilities located on an 80-acre college-style campus connected by tree-lined walkways and surrounded by a 120-acre nature preserve. All of the district’s schools have earned an “Excellent” rating on their State of Ohio Report Cards, as well as “Blue Ribbon” status from the U.S. Department of Education. The district’s mission is to ensure the development of high-achieving, ethical, self-directed and intellectually curious citizens of the world.
Located in the heart of New Albany, the Village Center is home to restaurants, coffee shops, the library, school learning campus, government offices, the McCoy Center for the Arts and Heit Center, our community health destination. It is also the community gathering spot, home to many special events including the New Albany Walking Classic, Pelotonia, the Chamber’s Taste of New Albany, Founder’s Day Parade and Independence Day Parade.
Since 1992, the New Albany Country Club has been committed to excellence in every facet of service to its members. The club combines gracious dining and personal service with world class golf, tennis, aquatics and fitness amenities in an environment conducive to social, family and business entertaining. The clubhouse is a spectacular Georgian manor yet feels like “your home away from home” for families, couples and individuals who appreciate and active and social life style. For more information, call 614-939-8535.
New Albany Links is a semi-private golf club offering an enjoyable country club style experience for golfers of all levels. The course, which can be seen throughout the New Albany Links subdivision, consists of naturally rolling terrain, meandering creeks, lakes, wetlands, native grasses and mature trees. The club also offers a fitness facility, tennis courts, a private pool and a full service restaurant and pub.
The largest master-planned corporate business park in Ohio, our 4,000-acre New Albany International Business Park offers a carefully calibrated mix of infrastructure, services and amenities that attracts and retains a remarkable range of businesses, including:
- global headquarters;
- R&D facilities;
- professional services;
- data centers; and
- entrepreneurial enterprises.
The technology infrastructure includes dual feed power and a redundant municipal broadband network that offers access to more than 200 telecom providers. There are four distinct innovation clusters within the park – Information and Technology, Corporate and R&D, Healthcare and Personal Care and Beauty.
The Ealy House is home to the New Albany Historical Society. Resch Park, located adjacent to the Ealy House, is named after our own “Nature Guy” William Resch, a lifelong educator and well-known community environmentalist.
Leisure trails and a bridge are integrated into this passive open space, which is arguably one of the prettiest in New Albany. This park is nestled between the Upper Fenway and Fenway subdivisions.
This community park, which serves the Yantis, Wiveliscombe, Ealy, Hampsted and Pickett Place neighborhoods, includes greenspace and a playground. A leisure trail is adjacent to this park, connecting to Market Square and the Rose Run corridor.
This facility is located between Fodor Road and SR 161, and adjacent to the Wexner Park. All pools are heated. Other pool amenities include an eight-lane competition pool with a channel to zero depth entry, two 28-foot water slides, shooting fountains and water sprayers, sun-bathing decks and a children’s interactive play area.
Located in the heart of the community, Rose Run Creek is one of New Albany’s natural amenities with leisure trails running along both sides of the creek. Look for future improvements to occur that enhance connections from Rose Run Park to Market Square shopping and dining, the school learning campus, McCoy Center, library and Heit Center. Future improvements could include more green space accentuating the natural beauty of the area, increased pedestrian accessibility and dedicated bike lanes.
Nature lovers will adore this preserve and wetland area, which, aside from the pond that can be seen from Fodor Road, is mostly hidden. The preserve is adjacent to the school learning campus and also very close in proximity to the Church of the Resurrection. Somewhat hidden openings near the pond and fence-line across from Swickard Woods Park will lead you to the preserve. Follow these paths when you want to explore – you will be glad you did!
Nature lovers will adore this preserve, which, aside from the pond that can be seen from Fodor Road, is mostly hidden. The preserve is adjacent to the school learning campus and also very close in proximity to the Church of the Resurrection. Somewhat hidden open hours near the pond and fence-line across from Swickard Woods Park will lead you to the preserve. Follow into the unknown – you will be glad you did!
Price Point: $ 700,000 – $1,000,000
This neighborhood is located within walking distance to Village Center amenities like the Market Square dining and shopping district, the library, the Heit Center, the McCoy Center and the school campus. It is also close to multiple trail systems.
Price Point: $ 500,000 – $ 750,000
Alban Mews is one of just a handful of New Albany Country Club neighborhoods that back up to the Jack Nicklaus-designed New Albany Country Club golf course. Homes range from 2,750 to 4,000 square feet and feature brick terraces that overlook the sweeping views of the first and second holes of New Albany’s north nine.
Price Point: $ 200,000 – $ 350,000
Cedar Brook is one of New Albany’s most mature neighborhoods offering a variety of one- and two-story home sites.
Price Point: $ 225,000 – $ 300,000
Single family homes in this active adult community are on smaller lots offering 1,500-2,000 square feet of living space. Situated within the New Albany Links, residents of this neighborhood are in close proximity to multiple trails and amenities offered by the New Albany Links Golf & Country Club.
Price Point: Lots ranging from $ 140K – $ 750K; homes $850,000-1,300,000
This newly developing New Albany Country Club community is ideally situated between Lansdowne and High Grove. A number of lots back up to New Albany Country Club and/or the golf course.
Price Point: $ 400,000 – $ 700,000
This final phase of the Hampsted communities is within New Albany corporate limits. Homes here are generally larger than other Hampsted neighborhoods. A number of homes are encircled by densely wooded preserves, streams and a pond, and this neighborhood is in close proximity to Market Square amenities and the school learning campus.
Price Point: $ 2,000,000 +
A lush boulevard, beautiful bridge, greens, roundabouts, water features and extended setbacks define this premier neighborhood. Highgrove offers a private yet connected lifestyle due to its proximity to New Albany Country Club Main Clubhouse and the Club’s west nine. The Georgian estates of Highgrove represent the finest craftsmanship and design offered by New Albany builders and architects.
Price Point: $ 600,000 – $ 850,000
This development in the northern quadrant of New Albany is currently under construction. Check back periodically for new homes pictures as they are built. All the amenities of the New Albany Links Golf Course and Club are nearby this neighborhood, as are an array of neighborhood parks and leisure trails.
Price Point: $ 350,000 – $ 750,000
This neighborhood is anchored by the New Albany Links Golf Course and Club and is built around an 18-hole “links style” golf course designed by Barry Serafin. A wide array of housing options are offered and amenities include multiple neighborhood parks, many leisure trail connections and close proximity to the Rocky Fork Metro Park, a 1,200-acre park that is also home to New Albany’s dog park. Sumption Drive Community Park and Scarlocken Community Park are located within the neighborhood.
Price Point: $ 300,000 – $ 500,000
This neighborhood is conveniently located less than a mile from the school learning campus across from the New Albany Links Golf Course and Club. It offers wooded lots and homes varying in size from 2,600-3,400 square feet.
Price Point: $ 250,000 – $ 400,000
This neighborhood is a highly desirable residential community of single-family homes ranging from 1,800-3,100 square feet. It is not within New Albany corporate limits homes are within the New Albany Plain Local School District. Amenities include community green space in the center of the neighborhood and easy access to leisure trails.
Price Point: $ 650,000 – $ 850,000
This neighborhood has a European feel to it and is anchored by brick-lined entryways, hanging baskets and a beautiful pond. Located between Straits Farms and Fenway, it is directly tied to leisure trails and close to Village Center amenities like the Market Square dining and shopping district, the library, the Heit Center and the McCoy Center.
More than 4,000 children have benefitted from New Albany Safety Town, a safety awareness program held each summer kindergarteners and first graders. Each day, the program explores a different safety topic, including stranger awareness, water safety, fire safety, pedestrian and bicycle safety, animal safety and school bus safety. All Safety Town instructors are state-certified elementary school teachers. Thanks to all of our sponsors, which include: State Farm Insurance, Mount Carmel Health Systems, Maple Orthodontics, Rainbow Pediatrics, the Keiser Design Group, the New Albany Women’s Network; Captain Carwash, Cole Family Chiropractic, Broadway Bound Dance Centre, SAMS Club, UBS Financial New Albany and the New Albany Community Foundation.
This park includes a variety of green space areas split into multiple sections along Morse Road. Amenities include basketball courts, leisure trails and a playground. The park serves the Brandon and Planters Grove subdivisions.
Leisure trails and a bridge are integrated into this passive open space, which is arguably one of the prettiest in New Albany. This park is nestled between the Upper Fenway and Fenway neighborhoods.