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Orange, OH – The Ultimate Guide

Orange: A Quiet Haven

Located to the southeast of Cleveland, Orange is a peaceful village located just outside the bustle of city life.

Official Site:
orangevillage.com

Chamber Of Commerce:
Orange Public Library

Wikipedia Page:
Orange, Ohio

School District:
Orange City Schools

Zip Code(s):
44022, 44122, 44128

Population (2017):
3,323

Median Age:
46

Own vs Rent:
87% Own
13% Rent

Average Household
Income:
$150,734

Average Home
Sales Price:
$390,253

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Orange Village Ohio

Twitter:
@orangevillageoh

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The majority of Orange is residential, and citizens enjoy plenty of greenery and the sense that they have found their own corner of solitude. While Orange is a quiet place, its prime location makes it extremely accessible, and those living in the village enjoy an easy commute to Cleveland. Sharing a border with Beachwood and Woodmere, Orange offers a full range of shopping, restaurants and nightlife while still maintaining a small-town feel.

While Orange gives the sense of a tucked-away hamlet, there is plenty to do and see within the village itself. The Orange Art Center offers classes ranging from life drawing to pottery, and the Stagecrafters Youth Theater stages eight productions per year.

The Orange Senior Center provides support, companionship and transportation to the senior adults of Orange, in addition to a variety of educational opportunities. Families of Orange enjoy a variety of community events, from planned outings to see Cleveland sports teams, to dive in movies at the community pool.

Orange’s Real Estate Insights

Whether you’re looking for a hip apartment within walking distance of nightlife, or a quiet family-centered neighborhood, Orange has something for everyone. The brand-new Pinecrest apartments are at the convenient intersection of 271 and Harvard Road, allowing residents to walk to Whole Foods or REI, and to enjoy the modern “city center” layout.

In addition, Orange also offers a variety of quiet neighborhoods with mature trees, such as the Orangewood neighborhood. Orange Hill Estates is another popular Orange neighborhood, featuring newer builds, a playground, and walking trails. The Lakes of Orange neighborhood showcases brand-new homes with spacious layouts, as well as a community pool and tennis courts.

Location

Orange is located conveniently off of 271, and just minutes from the 271/480 interchange. It will take less than 30 minutes to get to downtown Cleveland from Orange. Orange is also minutes away from Beachwood, Woodmere and Shaker Heights, making it an easy commute to nearby stores, restaurants, commerce, and the Ahuja Medical Center.

Hotels

A brand new Marriott AC Hotel is scheduled to open in the summer of 2018, as part of Pinecrest development at the corner of 271 and Harvard. Many other hotels are located on the Orange / Beachwood border, allowing easy access to Cleveland and the surrounding communities.

Parks, Nature and Recreation

  • The Chagrin Valley Country Club and Beechmont Country Club provide tennis, golf, and swimming in impeccably manicured locations.
  • Orange Village park brims with amenities, offering fields for soccer and baseball, as well as volleyball, basketball, a recently updated playground, and dog park.
  • Orange Village’s community garden provides residents the opportunity to grow their own flowers and vegetables and spend time building relationships with their neighbors.
  • With over 4,000 square feet of swimming area, Orange’s public outdoor pool includes three play areas, a zero-entry side, a larger waterside, and picnic and pavilion areas. Orange also has an indoor pool located at Orange High school.

Restaurants

  • Choolaah Indian BBQ prepares savory modern Indian food, tandoor-cooked with a modern fast-casual style.
  • Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar offers Pan-Latin cuisine with a fresh and creative menu.
  • For fans of a perfect steak, Flemings Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar cooks prime steaks and signature dishes to order for a fancy night out.

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 10 minutes from Orange.
  • Beachwood Place, just minutes west of Orange, offers guests luxury shopping with over 100 stores situated in one convenient location.
  • Eton Town Center, in the neighboring village of Woodmere, boasts an upscale outdoor shopping experience, including such stores as the Apple store, Anthropologie, and Barnes and Noble.
  • The brand-new Pinecrest Town Center will include such stores as Pottery Barn, West Elm and Williams Sonoma, in a trendy city center layout.

Nightlife

  • Eton Town Center, with its restaurants and bars, is the perfect after-work hangout. Enjoy fresh food and creative drinks, all within minutes of any place in Orange.
  • The Pinecrest development will feature many novel restaurants and a theater within walking distance of brand-new apartments.
  • Located less than 30 minutes from downtown Cleveland, Orange is an easy drive for a night out in the city. Grab a drink at the Bottle House Brewery or catch an Indians game, and come home to the sanctuary that is Orange Village.

Frequently Asked Questions

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

Why is Orange called “Orange?”

Orange is thus named because it was part of the original Western Reserve, and many settlers came from Connecticut to live there. They named the new settlement after Orange, Connecticut.

How is the commute from Orange?

Orange is about 25 minutes away from downtown Cleveland’s Public Square. It will also take about 25 minutes to reach Cleveland Hopkins International Airport via I-480, and less than a half hour to drive to the Cleveland Clinic Main Campus via the beautiful Shaker Boulevard.

Does Orange have a public pool?

Yes, the Orange outdoor pool is top of the line, with a zero depth entry, an exciting waterslide, splash and play areas, and picnic tables. Additionally, Orange residents can use the Orange High School indoor pool during the winter months.

How is the shopping in Orange?

With the recent completion of the Pinecrest development, Orange is now a local destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. Stores such as J Crew, REI, and Vineyard Vines are just a sampling of the businesses represented at Pinecrest. Also, residents of Orange are just minutes away from Legacy Village and Beachwood Place, which combined offer more than 130 stores and boutiques in an upscale setting.

What is the Orange Village park like?

The Orange Village park offers basketball courts, sports fields, a dog park, pavilions, pickle ball courts, and an amazing playground.