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Chesterland, OH – The Ultimate Guide

Chesterland: Countryside Living

Located to the northeast of downtown Cleveland, Chesterland is a small town known for its peaceful living and natural beauty. With 2,500 residents, Chesterland is a part of the larger Chester Township, which provides governance and services for Chesterland and encompasses a 23 square mile area to the north of downtown Chesterland. With its many farms and orchards, Chester Township is an area destination for pick-your-own farms, fall festivals, and farmers’ markets.

Official Site:
Chesterland Township

Chamber Of Commerce:
Chesterland Chamber of Commerce

Wikipedia Page:
Chesterland

School District:
West Geauga Schools

Zip Code(s):
44026

Population (2017):
2,521

Median Age:
46

Own vs Rent:
90% Own
10% Rent

Average Household
Income:
$76,820

Average Home
Sales Price:
$255,844

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Chesterland offers several events to its residents throughout the year, from the children’s Safety Town to Concerts in the Park during the warmer months. Local farms also open their doors during the harvest season, offering hayrides, festivals, and treats. Pattersons Fruit Farm offers apples, pumpkins, and plenty of activities for kids during the fall. Edy’s Fruit Farm is also a destination for baked goods, vegetables, and fall produce.

Chesterland, Ohio office location:

Realtor Chesterland Ohio

Howard Hanna
12668 Chillicothe Road
Chesterland, OH 44026

Phone: 216-577-5979
Email: hello@rethinkcle.com

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri: 9AM-9PM
Sat, Sun: 10AM-6PM

After Hours:
Available On-Call 24/7

Chesterland Real Estate Insights

Chesterland is a town of mature trees, wooded lots and private yards. Throughout Chesterland, residents live on narrow, quiet streets and enjoy views of nature and sounds of wildlife. While there is some variety in architecture, many of the homes within Chesterland are ranch and split level style on larger lots. There are some larger country estates, boasting large floor plans, varied architectural styles, and generous acreage. Falcon Ridge road and the Kirkwood areas in northern Chester Township are a few of the newer developments, with transitional architecture from the early 2000s. Wherever you look in Chesterland, residents enjoy sprawling yards and a peaceful escape from city living.

Location

  • Chesterland is a 34 minute drive from downtown Cleveland, and 33 minutes from Cleveland Clinic’s main campus.
  • Chesterland is located 38 minutes from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

Parks, Nature and Recreation

  • Chesterland City Park features a gazebo, baseball fields, volleyball courts and playground
  • Orchard Hills Park includes playgrounds, picnic areas, and trails
  • Fowlers Mill Golf Course is a Pete Dye designed course, with 18 beautifully manicured holes.
  • Bessie Benner Metzenbaum Park features a playground, hiking trails, and picnic areas

Restaurants

  • Sapore is an intimate Italian restaurant with homemade pasta and generous portions.
  • Chesterland Tavern features a varied menu, with everything from Hungarian Paprikash to flatbread pizza. Patrons enjoy live music and sitting on the patio during warmer months.
  • Guido Pizza Haven and Restaurant serves up authentic Italian and top-notch pizza.

Shopping

  • From White House Black Market to LL Bean, Legacy Village provides a walkable outdoor shopping experience with many fine shops and dining, less than 20 minutes from Chesterland.
  • Beachwood Place, only about 20 minutes away, offers guests luxury shopping with over 100 stores situated in one convenient location.

Nightlife

  • Buckstop Bar and Grille features American and Vietnamese cuisine, with daily specials, karaoke, and an outdoor patio.
  • The Lorella Paganini School of Cooking is a much-heralded place to take classes and enjoy delicious food for a fun and educational evening.
  • Oak and Embers features southern BBQ, Bourbon, and Beer with daily specials and late hours on weekends.
  • Chesterland Tavern serves up a locally sourced menu with delicious entrees, and live entertainment every weekend.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find most frequently asked questions and answers about Chesterland Ohio

What are some things to do in Chesterland?

Chesterland hosts concerts in the park during the summer, and the fall is a great time for Chesterland as well. Farms host pick your own produce and fall festivals, drawing crowds from around the region. Enjoy hiking, golf, and nature in Chesterland throughout the seasons.

What are the neighborhoods in Chesterland like?

Chesterland is a town of mature trees, wooded lots and private yards. Throughout Chesterland, residents live on narrow, quiet streets and enjoy views of nature and sounds of wildlife. While there is some variety in architecture, many of the homes within Chesterland are ranch and split level style on larger lots. There are some larger country estates, boasting large floor plans, varied architectural styles, and generous acreage. Falcon Ridge road and the Kirkwood areas in northern Chester Township are a few of the newer developments, with transitional architecture from the early 2000s.

How long is the commute from Chesterland to Cleveland?

Cleveland is just over a half hour commute from Chesterland, using I-90 and route 322. Chesterland is a 34 minute drive from downtown Cleveland, and 33 minutes from Cleveland Clinic’s main campus. Additionally, Chesterland is located 38 minutes from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

Does Chesterland have any Parks or green space?

Yes! From parks to golf courses to local farms, Chesterland is a great place to get out and enjoy nature. Chesterland City Park features a gazebo, baseball fields, volleyball courts and playground, and Orchard Hills Park offers playgrounds, picnic areas, and trails. Fowlers Mill Golf Course is a Pete Dye designed course, with 18 beautifully manicured holes. Additionally, many local farms invite people to visit during their harvest seasons, offering hayride, pick your own produce, and fall festivals.