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Wadsworth Listings Summary
Wadsworth - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Wadsworth: $395,900 / County Avg $514,000
Avg Taxes in Wadsworth: $3,900 / County Avg $6,000
Avg Sq. Ft. in Wadsworth: 2,775 / County Avg 3,342
Avg Price per/ft2 in Wadsworth: $143 / County Avg $154
Avg Walkscore in Wadsworth: 21 / County Avg 19
Avg Year Built in Wadsworth: 1976 / County Avg 1981
Avg Days on Website in Wadsworth: 116 / County Avg 95
Wadsworth Real Estate Market Health
Wadsworth has beautiful neighborhoods lined with a variety of homes, from quaint vintage colonials to massive estate properties on large lots. Wadsworth homes are primarily constructed in traditional, colonial and craftsman styles. There are a number of new construction homes for sale in Wadsworth, in addition to restored historic homes in established neighborhoods.
Lifestyle + Attractions
Located just west of Akron, Wadsworth is a charming city merging small-town virtues with modern-day technologies. With more than 200 acres of parkland for residents and visitors alike, Wadsworth provides an inviting atmosphere perfect for recreation and relaxation. This tight-knit community enjoys a peaceful rural setting, but residents may easily access neighboring cities, including Akron, Cleveland, Youngstown and Columbus via I-76. Air travel is convenient for Wadsworth residents, as both Akron-Canton Airport and Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport are within a reasonable drive. The historic downtown is the heart of activity in Wadsworth, and is the site for many special events, including the well-known Blue Tip Festival. Named after the blue-tip matches that were once manufactured in Wadsworth, this five-day festival features a parade and lighting of a 20-foot blue-tip match.
Wadsworth’s “North End” features extensive new retail stores, including both local establishments and national chains. This area is where most of the city’s growth is taking place. The east side of Wadsworth hosts one of the area’s last remaining drive-in movie theaters, in addition to new housing subdivisions, schools and a community center. In the southern and western parts of the city, there is an abundance of small businesses and industrial parks hosting businesses from chemical processing companies to computer networking services. The largest employer in Wadsworth is Wadsworth City Schools.
Wadsworth is served by the Wadsworth City School System, which operates eight schools, including five elementary schools, Wadsworth Middle School, and Wadsworth High School. There are a number of private schools in Wadsworth and surrounding communities. While there are no institutions of higher learning in Wadsworth, residents may access the many colleges and universities in Akron, Canton and Cleveland.