- Homes For Sale In Etna, Ohio
- Lots & Land For Sale In Etna, Ohio
- Etna Ohio Market Snapshot
- Living In Etna Ohio
- What Residents Love About Etna Ohio
- Where is Etna?
- Etna Schools
- Jobs In Etna
- Etna OH Recreation
- Brief History Of Etna, Ohio
- Selling A Home In Etna, OH
- Homes Sold In Etna, OH
- What's Your Etna OH Home Worth?
Homes For Sale In Etna, Ohio
Lots & Land For Sale In Etna, Ohio
Etna Ohio Market Snapshot
Living In Etna Ohio
Etna is a small, unincorporated community in the center of Etna Township in Licking County, Ohio. Only about 1,215 people lived in Etna as of the 2010 census.
What Residents Love About Etna Ohio
- Small-Town Vibe: For those who like small-town living with city amenities close by, Etna is a great choice. It’s only about 20 minutes from Downtown Columbus, but it’s still pretty rural.
- Highly Rated Schools: The local schools rank highly, and most reviewers rate the district with 4-5 stars.
Where is Etna?
Etna is located east of Columbus and is neighbored by Kirkersville, Pataskala, Pickerington, Reynoldsburg, Baltimore, and Millersport. Like its neighbor Kirkersville, Etna sits on US Route 40 and I-70, making it easy to go to Columbus to the west or Buckeye Lake to the east.
The community of Etna is served by the Southwest Licking School District.* Like most of Central Ohio, the schools here are considered good to great and rank well on sites such as Niche.
*When considering a home for sale, always verify the schools before purchase.
Jobs In Etna
Though Etna is a small community, there are plenty of career opportunities both in and around the area. In addition to the many places to work in nearby Columbus, Etna has small businesses, retail, restaurants, healthcare facilities, warehouses, and fulfillment centers.
Etna OH Recreation
Since it’s so close to Columbus, there’s always something to do in the area. One local favorite is High Point Park in Etna, which offers a nice spot for picnics, walks, and community events. There are also several golf courses nearby and Buckey Lake State Park offers outdoor recreation year-round.
Brief History Of Etna, Ohio
Etna, originally known as “Carthage,” was laid out in 1832 when the National Road (US Route 40) was being constructed to that point. The name Etna comes from Etna Township. The Etna post office has been in operation since 1833.
Selling A Home In Etna, OH
Selling a home can be extremely stressful. Listing and selling your home in Etna, Ohio, however, can be easy. As an Etna real estate agent, I have helped clients sell many homes. My team and I have strategies and systems to help you sell your Etna home as quickly, profitably, and with less stress. We work hard to attract buyers so our listings sell ASAP, saving you time, money, and stress.
“[Rita] is fantastic. Highly recommend her. She is a stress-free, knowledgeable, honest, compassionate and dedicated realtor. Loved my experience with her”
To list and sell your Etna, Ohio home, call or text me, Rita Boswell directly at 614-830-9767. I’ll provide you with a free, no-hassle, up-to-date value report specifically for your home or condo.
Below, find homes that have recently sold in Etna, Ohio. These sold listings can help you get an idea of the types of properties selling in Etna, as well as how much money they are actually selling for. To find out how much homes are selling for in your specific neighborhood, get in touch with me for a free neighborhood report.
Homes Sold In Etna, OH
What’s Your Etna OH Home Worth?
Wondering how much your Etna, Ohio home could sell for in the current market? Or, maybe you’re just curious about its current value? Either way, you can easily get an idea of how much your home is worth with our instant home value estimator. If you have questions about selling your home, please contact Etna Realtor Rita Boswell at 614-830-9767.