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Only 25-minutes from Cleveland, Avon has a small-town feel with many amenities for its residents. In addition to the city's growing restaurant and shopping centers, Avon has a handful of parks to visit with walking trails and recreational activities. Avon is home to 6 different golf course and a recently developed pool center with water slides and other amenities for children. Explore new construction and homes for sale in one of the fastest growing suburbs in northeast Ohio.


The population of Avon is roughly 25k with an average of 2-3 persons per household.


Avon is a city in Lorain County located 20 miles from Cleveland.

Median House Value

The median value of an owner- occupied house
in Avon is about $296,900.

Major Attractions

Places to Visit: Miller Road Park, Klingshirn Winery, Kidsplay Indoor Fun, and Veterans' Memorial Park.

School District & Rating

District: Avon Local School District
School Rating: A

Notable Awards

Avon is ranked as one of the best suburbs of Cleveland by Cleveland Magazine. Avon has also been recognized as having the "Ohio Garden Club of the Year" by GCO president Lynn Fronk.


Besides amazing restaurants and stores, Avon residents can enjoy other great amenities around town. Golfers can join the prestigious Red Tail Golf Club. Residents can enjoy various family friendly activities such as a Lake Erie Crushers baseball game, the Avon Heritage Duck Tape Festival, or the Butterfly House at Miller Nature Preserve.


Avon Local School District is a top rated, public school district located in Avon, Ohio. It has 4,335 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 87% of students are at least proficient in math and 88% in reading.

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