Youngstown's West Side
Neighborhood Boundaries: Mahoning Ave.to the north, Mill Creek MetroParks to the south, Belle Vista Ave. to the west and Fellows Riverside Gardens (Mill Creek MetroParks) to the east.
Built during the 1930s, the Garden district of Youngstown was once a part of the Schenley neighborhood. The homes in this restful neighborhood are an affordable mix of modern and historic, pre-war housing. The Garden District is a predominantly single-family neighborhood. A quiet neighborhood with ample green space, this section of Youngstown is in close proximity to the Mill Creek Park Fellows Riverside Gardens. The neighborhood is situated at an advantageous location with Downtown Youngstown within walking distance and I-680 in close proximity. Mahoning Avenue offers many restaurants and places to shop.
Types of Homes
The Garden District is home to a mixture of historic, pre-war houses and modern style homes. The neighborhood’s oldest style homes range from the obvious Victorian to the classic American Foursquare. American Colonial style houses are a staple in the United States, and the Garden District is no exception as Cape Cod and Dutch Colonial architecture are speckled throughout the neighborhood. Modern classics such as the Bungalow, Ranch, and Neo-Eclectic style houses balance out the feel of the neighborhood, giving the Garden District a modern twist to a historic neighborhood.
Garden District Parade of Homes (PowerPoint, 1 MB)
(units sold in parentheses)
NOTE: Home prices are based on
median home sales within a six month period (12/9/10 to 6/11/11).
"We just love this area; the freeways are easily accessible. I love it. I love this neighborhood; there is plenty of peace and quiet."
Paula Keener, Resident of 21 years
NOTE: A number of surrounding communities have open enrollment in their
school district. These communities offer private school options, as well.
This option is a consideration while living in the City of Youngstown
because there is virtually no traffic congestion in the region.
Some schools on this list might offer curriculum for children with special
needs. Nevertheless, additional schools do exist in the City and surrounding
communities that specialize in providing such services.
Garden District Neighborhood Plan (PDF)
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