The median home value in Lithopolis, OH is $169,600.
the county median home value of $143,200.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Lithopolis, OH is $169,600.
Approximately 78.13% of Lithopolis homes are owned,
compared to 14.5% rented, while
7.37% are vacant.
Lithopolis real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Currently a residence on one side, formerly an established antique shop. On the other side, is long time Nature's Barn, a boutique catering to Nature lovers and bird enthusiasts with its unique garden treasures and bird supplies. Situated in the heart of quaint Lithopolis and surrounded by other established businesses, including a local pizza pub, coffee shop, daycare and antique/home accessory shops. Lithopolis, home of Wagnall's Memorial, greets commuters every day of the year and gets major exposure from its several annual festivals held in the heart of this community. Rental income of $1325 per month currently with potential of renting the cottage behind the Nature's Barn. Well cared for property with endless possibilities.
Nearly 5 acre site offering endless opportunities. Property includes Lodge which could be a residence, in addition to two add'l barns. Lodge features fully equipped ktchn/BA. Mobile home on property currenting renting for $700/month. In addition, a 45'x72' closed, metal pole bldg incldg 2 14'x16' elec. garage doors, radiant heat, alarm sys, restrooms, fully insulated &concrete flrs. Also, a 32'x52' detch'd garage w/ 2 8'x17'8' electric garage doors, pella windows, HVAC, full insulated & alarm sys. High visibility location as thousands of commuters travel through quaint Lithopolis daily and visitors from all over Central Ohio attend several annual festivals held in this community each year. Seller will consider lease purchase.
Perfect opportunity for entrepreneur wanting to establish business in this quaint Village. Formerly a restaurant/bar, site is ideal for offices w/ lrg conference/meeting spaces. 2 rental apartments on upper level bring in monthly income. Beautifully remodeled in 2012 as it opened as Lithopolis Grill. Outdoor space as well as a detached gift cottage. D5 liquor license & restaurant inventory available for sale separately. Butch's Cafe is currently leasing kitchen/front dining rooms but will agree to vacate if new owner desires. Thousands of commuters pass by each day as well as visitors from all over Central Ohio who enjoy annual festivals held in this community. Located across the street from successful coffee shop, pizza pub, child day care and antique/home accessory shops!
Historic Elk Horn hotel and tavern. Proximately part of the Lithopolis area. Built approximately 1838 as a stage coach stop between Lancaster and Columbus. In 1840, President William Henry Harrison stayed there. Presidential Candidate James Buchanan slept there in 1856. Currently serves as four rentals, begging for restoration by a new owner to its former charm. Please do not disturb tenants.
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