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Munroe Falls - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Munroe Falls: $209,700 / County Avg $263,300

40%

Avg Taxes in Munroe Falls: $2,600 / County Avg $7,200

18%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Munroe Falls: 1,614 / County Avg 2,362

34%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Munroe Falls: $130 / County Avg $112

117%

Avg Walkscore in Munroe Falls: 31 / County Avg 31

50%

Avg Year Built in Munroe Falls: 1983 / County Avg 1962

51%

Avg Days on Website in Munroe Falls: 9 / County Avg 82

5%

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Munroe Falls is a community near Akron boasting small-town charm, a recently renovated town center, and plenty of green space. The city shares in the attractions, amenities and education of neighboring Stow.

Real Estate
This primarily residential community provides a variety of housing options. Munroe Falls real estate includes a mix of older homes and newer properties, most of which are constructed in colonial and traditional styles. Homes for sale in Munroe Falls are relatively more affordable than those in larger cities nearby.

Lifestyle + Attractions
Munroe Falls is a small community situated about 8 miles northeast of Akron. This bedroom community is nestled between Stow and Tallmadge, sharing in the amenities and attractions of both communities. Munroe Falls maintains a unique small-town charm, despite being so close to a larger city. The Munroe Falls Town Center recently underwent renovation, which included rezoning, a river and amphitheater project, construction of a new commercial development, and much more. The town is divided east and west by Main Street, and the Cuyahoga River runs through the center of town.
Residents and visitors of Munroe Falls enjoy plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation, as the city hosts a number of parks and green spaces. Guise Park features secluded woodlands, a playground, tennis and basketball courts, an open-air gazebo, and more. Brust Park is situated along the north bank of the Cuyahoga River, featuring an amphitheater and access to the Metropark’s Bike and Hike Trail. Munroe Falls Metro Park encompasses 222 acres of land in the southeast region of Munroe Falls. The park includes a 13-acre swimming lake, scenic picnic areas, three open-air shelters, and more. Many visit the park for sledding and cross-country skiing in the winter, and hike along the two-mile Indian Springs Trail that loops through forests and past wetlands, ponds, streams and a spring.

Education
Munroe Falls shares schools with Stow, and the two are primarily served by the Stow-Munroe Falls City School District. The district operates six elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. Riverview Elementary School and Kimpton Middle School are located in Munroe Falls, while the remainder of schools in the district are located in Stow. Additionally, there are several private school options in the area. There are no colleges and universities in Munroe Falls, but residents may access the many institutions of higher learning in Akron.
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