Eric Clapton Likes Living in Columbus Ohio- You Would, Too

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Real Estate Agent with Real Living - The Raines Group
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Cartoon pics 273Yes, Eric Clapton has purchased real estate in Columbus, Ohio. While some of the jet-set crowd might wrinkle their noses and giggle at the derogatory nickname of "Cow-lumbus," suggesting our city is not quite as sophisticated as the glam cities of the world, Eric and others smile and quietly enjoy a comfortable, private, and fulfilling family life.

For those not ‘in the know'.... come see what you're missing.  We've got water views. We've got fabulous prices. We've even got fun night life! Getting around the city is a snap, our airport runs on time, and international flights zip in and out of the city. Take care of your ‘business' and come home to a place where your neighbor will simply nod hello and not try to take your picture for the next magazine cover story.

3millionHow far will your dollars take you?  For those of the money persuation, this little gem will run you 3.7 million dollars. You'll get 10 extremely private acres, a private dock, a 9,000+ square foot home with all the amenities, a guest house, and an indoor sports/spa complex that includes a basketball court and a great pool. Compare that to real estate in LA or Washington DC.

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Port Columbus "International" Airport has a single flight to and from Toronto Canada. Whoopie. What an international gateway city.

October 27, 2009 08:43 PM
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Paul
If a direct flight to is the criteria you judge against then you've written off 90%+ of the U.S. You are what we'd call a "tough room." Okay. So you have a connecting flight to deal with. Big freakin' deal... You "poo-poo" strictly out of ignorance. Columbus, Ohio is a great city. So much to do. I grew up there and went to OSU back in the day. Most of my family's still there. I miss that town.
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I grew up in Chicago, but spent 50 yrs in Southern Calif. where there was much to do. plus Vegas was just  4-5 hr drive, Disneyland, and so many more places to go for entertainment......ALSO lived in Tucson...I came to Ohio to live with my daughter and her family,  I miss the glamor, and so many places to go and do in Calif.  It was hard for me to adjust to a place where to me, theres not so much to do to entertain, and of course the winters......I have to admit if I have to live back here in this part of the country, I would much rather be here in Columbus Ohio  then any other city, in the eastern part of the country.....Wish the transportation system was better tho, No trains to travel on  have to drive 100 miles in either direction to get on the Amtrak, or torture on the greyhound,  The only way to get out of Columbus is to fly, drive, or the Bus...That I find distrurbing   But all in all It's a nice place to live

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