Worthington Homes for Sale

WELCOME TO WORTHINGTON

Looking for a new home in Worthington? It is a great time to buy real estate in Worthington and our site is a great place to begin your search. Whether you are a first-time home buyer or you are already familiar with the home buying process, you can be assured that you have the best tools and the perfect agent available to help with your Worthington home search.

Worthington Market Statistics

Average Days on Site: 85
Average Listing Price: $285,325
Most Expensive Home: $749,900
Least Expensive Home: $16
Short Sales Properties: 0
Foreclosure Listings: 0

Map of Worthington

Worthington Schools and Rankings

St. Michael School(K-8)5
Ohio Connections Academy, Worthington(K-12)
Evening Street Elementary School(K-6)
Worthington Adventist Academy(K-8)
Colonial Hills Elementary School(Preschool-6)
St. Michael School(K-8)5
Ohio Connections Academy, Worthington(K-12)
Evening Street Elementary School(K-6)
Worthington Adventist Academy(K-8)
Colonial Hills Elementary School(Preschool-6)
Kilbourne Middle School(7-8)
Phoenix Middle School(7-8)
Worthingway Middle School(7-8)
Worthington Christian Schools K-12(9-12)4
Thomas Worthington High School(9-12)3
Ohio Connections Academy, Worthington(K-12)

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