This farming community turned “wellness enthusiast” hub remains a Columbus treasure because of its careful planning. The residents have taken special care to ensure the green spaces are ample and open throughout the community. The Georgian style architecture is supported by the traditional white fences and friendly neighborhood attitudes. Even the schools are fitted with green space for students to enjoy.
From soccer, baseball, tennis and swimming, to leagues and plenty of golfing, there is bound to be a little something for everyone. Closer to the heart of Columbus, Easton Town Center provides an alternative form of recreation: shopping. There are plenty of shops to peruse, places to eat and socialize at this mecca of shoppers, recently named “No. 1 Retail Center Experience in America.”
For the avid golfer or just the amateur, the New Albany Country Club remains the draw with its 27-hole course – championship material, by the way – that was designed by none other than Jack Nicklaus. Education is the name of the game when it comes to arts and culture, made a reality through the programming at the Jeanne B. McCoy Community Center for the Arts. There’s always something new to learn from their variety of guests. And after your art class, enjoy the Taste of New Albany every August with a variety of restaurants represented as well as a wine tasting to kick it off.