Topic: Cleveland Metro

Where can I find smaller communities outside of Cleveland?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

The communities of Stark County include small villages, towns, and cities. Known as “America’s Playing Field”, the area has plenty to do and see. The city of Alliance, the “Carnation City”, is home to Ohio’s state flower, the Scarlet Carnation. Each year, the city celebrates this heritage with the week-long Greater Alliance Carnation Festival. Twenty-four […]

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Where can I find an upscale suburb close to downtown Cleveland?

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Westlake is an affluent suburb just twelve miles west of downtown Cleveland. It has been named as Cleveland’s number-one suburb by Cleveland Magazine and as one of the "top 100 places to live in America" by Relocate America. The city’s school system is consistently rated "excellent" by the state of Ohio, and a satellite campus […]

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Where are the more rural communities in the greater Cleveland area?

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Wayne County, known as the “Gateway to Amish Country”, has rural charm with big-city features. Rolling hills, woods, and farmland combine with a host of cultural activities like opera, ballet, and theater. Orrville is the home of the J.M. Smucker Company and Wayne College, a branch of the University of Akron. This is a small […]

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Where can I find a Cleveland suburb without the long commute to downtown?

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The so-called “first-ring” suburbs of Cleveland are a diverse collection of communities that each have their own history and personality. These cities and villages offer a suburban lifestyle while keeping residents close to everything that downtown Cleveland has to offer. To the east is Cleveland Heights, once home to John D. Rockefeller. The city features […]

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What is a nice, quiet area not too far from Cleveland?

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The communities to the west and northwest of Cleveland offer a respite from modern life in the suburbs and the cities. The city of Avon Lake sits on the shores of Lake Erie, fifteen miles west of Cleveland. The lake offers residents several public beaches as well as a boat launch to enjoy. Residents also […]

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Where can I find a smaller, more affordable metropolitan area not too far from Cleveland?

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The communities in the Youngstown/Warren area were once at the heart of the steel industry but are now forging bright new futures. The city of Warren is about fifty miles southeast of Cleveland. Warren is home to several performing-arts venues, including the Packard Music Hall and the Warren Community Amphitheatre. The Philharmonic Orchestra and the […]

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Where is a nice neighborhood in Cleveland that’s young and lively?

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Shaker Square, one of the first planned shopping areas in Ohio, is the centerpiece of one of Cleveland’s hottest neighborhoods. The area, which is on the east side, borders on the upscale city of Shaker Heights. It is home to about 11,000 residents, including young professionals and their families as well as artists. The shopping […]

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What makes Cleveland a desirable place to live?

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Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland is where rock-and-roll got its name. It’s the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as well as Playhouse Square Center, the second-largest performing-arts center in the United States. Here you can experience the Opera Cleveland, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Cleveland Pops. Theater and […]

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Where can I find a great residential neighborhood in Akron?

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Once home to such famous Akron residents as presidential candidate Wendell Willkie and AA co-founder Dr. Robert Smith, Highland Square has long been one of the city’s favorite residential neighborhoods. The area is culturally diverse but retains its charm and character as an urban neighborhood. Residents have formed the Highland Square Neighborhood Association to help […]

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