Turpin Hills, Ohio

The development of Turpin Hills (TH) began in the spring of 1956. A sign appeared on the site announcing lots "for sale" and the current name. At that time, TH was just a steep and heavily wooded hillside. The only entrance into the planned development was a rutted-gravel-farm road off Clough Pike. It traversed parallel to the right side of the present road, then cut diagonally left crossing the road several hundred feet above Lengel. After it dissected lots at 6036 and 6050 addresses, the old road continued up the left hand side to where a house and barn stood on a 300-acre farm. This site is now the intersection of TH and Saddleback Drives. Parts of the roadbed are still visible on some lots. The farm road circumvented the land around Lengel because it was a quagmire of small ponds.

Columbus and Central Ohio Regional MLS listings last updated Apr 18, 2021 3:02:pm.

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