Howland, OH Real Estate Market
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Howland Center is located within Howland Township, contiguous with the city of Warren, Ohio. Howland Center is a suburban neighborhood with a plethora of homes and rental properties available. Real estate in Howland is primarily made up of medium-sized to small, single-family homes and townhomes. Most of the residential real estate is owner-occupied. Many of the residences in the Howland Center real estate market are established but not old, and were built between 1970 and 1999. A number of residences were also built between 1940 and 1969.
Howland Center is also linguistically unique. Significantly, 0.6% of its residents five years old and above primarily speak Greek at home. While this may seem like a small percentage, it is higher than 95.1% of the neighborhoods in America.
The neighboring city of Warren, nicknamed “Festival City,” offers a number of amenities to Howland residents. Major festivals include the African American Achiever’s Association Festival, an Italian festival and a Greek festival. Warren hosts one of the few drive-in theaters still operating in the United States. Warren has one of the world's first multi-story McDonald's, complete with an elevator, fountain and grand piano, dedicated to visionary franchisor Ray Kroc.
Residents enjoy an exceptional range of educational choices. Home to quality public and private school systems, Warren is also located within minutes of Kent State University Trumbull Campus. Over 40 accredited colleges and universities are within 90 miles of the city. Kent State University’s main campus can be reached in 40 minutes, and Youngstown State University is just a brief 20-minute drive. Hiram College, a highly regarded liberal arts institution, is located within a 30-minute drive.
Built upon a foundation of steel-making, automobile assembly and manufacturing, the local economy has diversified to accommodate various industries, including service, wholesale and retail sales.
There are plenty of entertainment establishments in the Howland area, including the Packard Music Hall, National Packard Museum, Avalon Golf and Country Club, River Rock Amphitheatre for summer concerts, Ernie Hall Aviation Museum, Howland Township Park, the Women’s Park in Warren, East Market Music for dinner and a show, Howland Farmer’s Market every Saturday, the Howland Fall Festival in October, and the Harriet Taylor Upton House for informational tours about Women’s Suffrage.