PENTHOUSE ON TREMONT RD – UPPER ARLINGTON

Fabulous penthouse condo with great style and fine finishes. Ideal floor plan, flowing spaces and natural light. Nothing overlooked. Two large bedroom suites, inviting den/sunroom. Gourmet kitchen w/customized island, Wolf and Jenn-air appliances. Elegant master bath with huge walk-in shower. Extensive built-ins and upgrades. Balcony w/gas,electric & cable. Storage unit and 3 parking spaces in heated and secure garage. Pet friendly and walkable. Rare opportunity. Contact Sarah for more details...

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STUNNING HOME ON 1.5 ACRES IN GRANDVIEW

Anglophiles! Your dream home is now in Marble Cliff. Original stone home from 1928 with a $1.2 million addition by Matrka, designed by Stock & Stone, with the best of everything. Amazing owner suite with gorgeous fireplace, chestnut floors and beams, huge bath w/ steam shower, whirlpool tub. Newer family rm w/ 3 walls of glass overlooking the pool and ravine. Attached screened gazebo in the woods! Awesome great room Anne Hathaway would love. 7 fireplaces! Over 1.5 acres Contact Sarah for more details...

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Upper Arlington Farmers Market

Upper Arlington Farmer’s Market Every Wednesday from May 15 – October 9, 3-6 p.m. Upper Arlington Senior Center, 1945 Ridgeview Road Market held rain or shine Photo via uaoh.net The weekly Upper Arlington Farmers’ Market resumes today, May 15 from 3-6pm. I look forward to seeing what new healthy, locally produced fruits, veggies, herbs, breads, meats, flowers and dairy our local growers offer. The market also offers a variety of specialty vendors including products like beef jerky, organic dog food, gourmet granola, and soy candles to name a few. Start the season off right by putting an edge on your mower blades, garden tools, knives and scissors. Sharpening services are scheduled at the market for June 6, August 1, September 5, and October...

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Grandview Heights – Marble Cliff Historical Society Mother’s Day Homes Tour

Grandview Heights/Marble Cliff Historical Society 2013 Tour of Homes Mother’s Day Event May 12, 2013 1-4pm This year’s tour will feature three early Marble Cliff homes. All are Craftsman Style. Two date from 1911 and the third was built in 1917. All retain many original features. Two of the homes were built by members of the Bellows family: uncle, aunt, and cousins of artist George Bellows, a Columbus native. A very special and unusual feature of this year’s tour will be a fourth tour site, the Atrium of Trinity United Methodist Church, where the Society, in partnership with the Columbus Museum of Art, will offer an exhibit and program on the artist. 2013 HOME TOUR SITES ARE: 1430 Cambridge Boulevard – Evans Residence 1449 Arlington Avenue – Leach Residence 2041 West Third Avenue – Voelker Residence 1581 Cambridge Blvd. – Trinity United Methodist Church Visitors will be able to tour the atrium of Trinity United Methodist Church, where the historical society and the Columbus Museum of Art will present an exhibit and program on George Bellows. The cost of the tour is $10. Tickets can be purchased and the tour started at any of the four sites on the day of the event. While you are thinking about Grandview’s rich history please drive by my listing at 1051 Urlin Avenue.  This home in the estates section of Grandview offers...

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Cambridge Tea House

Cambridge Tea House se Photo via Foodio54 We all know that Columbus has a lot to offer when it comes to coffee shops, but did you know  there is a charming spot to take tea?  Housed in Marble Cliff Station, Cambridge Tea House is situated at the point where Upper Arlington, Grandview Heights and The Village of Marble Cliff intersect.   Photo via Yelp Photo via Cambridge Tea House The interior is accented with gilt ballroom chairs, a chandelier, topiaries, red toile, exposed brick and gleaming hardwood floors. Photo Via Cambridge Tea House Of course the specialty of Cambridge Tea House is Afternoon High Tea but this spot is no one trick pony. Photo via Breakfast with Nick Cambridge Tea House offers breakfast, lunch and on occasion cooking classes and candlelit dinners. Photo via Yelp Photo via Foodio54 Photo via EatFoodYum So the next time you want to try a different dining experience head over to Cambridge Tea House.  It’s the perfect venue for intimate dinner parties, baby and bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, and other private parties! Cambridge Tea House 1885 W. 5th Ave. (614) 486-6464...

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Grandview Heights Annual Great Garage Sale

Grandview Heights Annual Great Garage Sale Photo via Getty Images Clean out the attic and turn your unwanted items into cash! To participate, mail or drop off your information and $5.00 fee to Kim Maupin at 1355 Mulford Road by April 26th.  The information needed includes: Your name, address, phone number and brief description of your sale items. The sale will be advertised throughout the greater Columbus area. Flyers listing sale addresses will be available at Grandview Municipal Building, Parks & Rec. Office, Grandview Library, and at www.grandviewheights.org beginning May 3rd. Grandview’s Great Garage Sale will benefit the Pierce Field Park Fund. Call Kim Maupin with questions at: 614.486.4150. The city has scheduled the Spring Clean-Up for May 14–17 so all unsold or discarded items from your sale can be placed curbside for pick-up. Location: Grandview Heights (city wide) Date: Saturday, May 11 Time: 9:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Fee: $5.00 payable to Kim Maupin Good Luck and Happy Shopping!...

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The Walk

The Walk   It’s that time of year when the the Upper Arlington Civic Association sponsors The Walk.  The Walk is a fundraiser that helps support so many of Upper arlington’s beloved events.   Those efforts are entirely volunteer-driven and wholly funded by membership donations from local residents. The Walk is the UACA’s biggest annual fundraiser.  Over 500 Upper Arlington volunteer residents canvass all areas of the city to solicit membership donations to support July 4 festivities, the Easter Candy Hunt, the Golden Apple Teacher Awards, Labor-Neighbor Day, Golden Bear Scare, Christmas in the Park, UA Stage and more. Photo via Getty Images This year’s Walk is scheduled for April 20-28. Volunteers will go door-to-door to each of the city’s approximately 13,000 homes to collect membership donations. Upper Arlington residents who wish to become family members can do so by providing a $25 donation during The Walk. Single and senior citizen memberships cost $10. If you’re not at home when a walker knocks on your door, the walker will leave information on how to make donations. Additional information about the event and registering to volunteer are available atwww.uaca.org. If you enjoy any of these great public events please consider making a donation....

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