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Waverly II , Stow, OH 44224

Ready To Build Home In Stonebridge Crossing Community

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$295,900+
Estimated $1,530/mo

The Essex, Stow, OH 44224

Ready To Build Home In Stonebridge Crossing Community

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$288,500+
Estimated $1,491/mo

Belmont , Stow, OH 44224

Ready To Build Home In Stonebridge Crossing Community

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$309,900+
Estimated $1,602/mo
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Carlisle , Stow, OH 44224

Ready To Build Home In Stonebridge Crossing Community

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$295,900+
Estimated $1,530/mo

Fairfield , Stow, OH 44224

Ready To Build Home In Stonebridge Crossing Community

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$294,500+
Estimated $1,522/mo

With a population of over 35,000 people, Stow is a suburban community located near the top of the state of Ohio. Stow is surrounded by some larger and better-known cities, such as Hudson to the north, Tallmadge to the south, and Cuyahoga Falls to the west, but that doesn’t mean that Stow gets lost in the shuffle. Stow was listed among the 50 safest cities in Ohio due to its low crime rate, active and involved police force, and its high rate of community involvement.

While some real estate in Stow is among the most expensive in the state of Ohio, not all homes are that pricey, and there are many areas within the town that are affordable for individuals from all economic backgrounds. North and northeast of the downtown area, as well as the downtown itself, is where most of the less expensive homes are located, while more expensive real estate options can be found on the outer edges of Stow.

Stow has recreation options aplenty for its residents, with 10 neighborhood and community parks available, such as the Adell Durbin Park, Oregon Trail Park, Silver Springs Park, and Meadowbrook Lake Park. Stow’s parks feature hiking and walking trails, restroom amenities, and playground equipment, and these parks cover a combined 410 acres of land. The Stow Parks and Recreation department also offers youth and adult leagues for sports such as baseball, basketball, flag football, volleyball, softball, and wrestling. Golfing is also central to Stow, as it is home to the Roses Run Country Club, which is consistently ranked as one of the toughest golf courses in the US. If you love the great outdoors and are looking for a place with plenty of recreation possibilities, then this city may be the best place for you. Browse our listings for Stow, OH, today to get started on your search for the right home.

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