6538 Sugar Run Drive
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6538 Sugar Run Drive

6538 Sugar Run Drive, Hilliard, OH 43026

$534,931

4
beds

3
baths

3,500 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

9,147.6 Sq.Ft. lot

Cece Miller

Cece Miller

Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms4
  • Total bathrooms3
  • full bathrooms2
  • half bathroom1
  • Flooring Carpet, Wood-Solid or Veneer
  • Fireplace One, Gas Log
  • other interior Features Dishwasher, Microwave, Refrigerator

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area3,500 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area9,147.6 Sq.Ft.
  • MLS® ID223000821
  • TypeResidential
  • YEAR BUILT2022
  • NeighborhoodHilliard
  • Architecture Styles2 Story
  • School DistrictHILLIARD CSD 2510 FRA CO.

Exterior

  • Garage Space2.0
  • water SourcePublic Water Source
  • parkingAttached Garage, Opener
  • HEAT TYPEForced Air
  • AIR CONDITIONINGCentral
  • sewerPublic Sewer
  • SubstructureBlock
  • HOA AmenitiesSidewalk

Financial

  • Sales Price$534,931
  • Real Estate Tax $2,511/yr
  • HOA Fees $500

Hilliard

Hilliard Ohio CECE MILLER LUXURY REAL ESTATE Hilliard is home to the Early Television Museum (the only one of its kind in United States), the second largest First Responders Park in the United States, and Heritage Rail Trail. Hilliard also has the only flag pole from the World Trade Center that is not in a museum and 41 miles of outdoor trails and the Bo Jackson Elite Sports Facility. Its location west of Columbus made it the perfect place to ship agricultural products, supplies and equipment to and from the surrounding farmland. In fact, the city was originally named Hilliard’s Station, and while the trains may not roll through town anymore, it’s still a vibrant and valuable destination. With the formation of the Hilliard Public Art Commission in late 2018, Hilliard made a renewed focus on public art and the value it brings to cities, beautifying neighborhoods, attracting visitors and giving residents a proud landmark. Headed up by local resident Kelley Daniel, known for the sunflower murals on her garage in Old Hilliard, the Commission has already facilitated new sculptures, murals and other installations. One of the most visible creations is Curtis Goldstein’s new 15-by-35-foot mural on the brick wall of Otie’s Tavern. The stunning mural is like a little history lesson in Hilliard: it depicts a steam locomotive, the local water tower and sunflowers – the official flower of Hilliard. The mural is visible to guests lounging on the patio of Center Street Market and socializing at Hilliard’s Station park, making it a popular landmark of the community.

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