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Having lived in Medina County my entire life, I could sell Medina in my sleep. I've heard some new residents say that just by driving through the square, they were sold on Medina instantly. It looks like a scene from a Hallmark movie.

Medina has so much to offer! Our gorgeous downtown historic district features retail, dining and special events throughout the year. The square features so many unique boutiques & shops. If you're considering a move to Medina, let's meet uptown. I'll buy you a coffee and we'll take a walking tour (shopping tour!). I'll tell you everything I know about the community *I promise you wont get bored.

Medina City School District has 1 high school, 2 middle schools, 7 elementary schools and covers 52 square miles. Both of our daughters are students at Medina High School and we couldn't be happier.

There are 7 public high school options in Medina County. Brunswick, Buckeye, Cloverleaf, Highland, Medina, Wadsworth & the Medina County Career Center. I graduated from Cloverleaf High School and my husband graduated from Medina High School. I have helped clients buy or sell homes in every district.

Founded in 1818, the city of Medina now has a population of approx 26,200 people. If you have questions about living in Medina, call me today! I can help you find the answers you need and help you choose the right community or neighborhood for your family. (stats medinaoh.org)

There are many activities for kids & families in Medina. Actually, right in the historic district there are events going on all the time! Cool Beans Cafe, A Cupcake A Day, The Book Store, All Fired Up and The Medina Library all have family activities & events. Main Street Medina coordinates family events including the Candlelight Walk, Pizza Palooza, Kids Day of Play & Safety, Medina International Fest & the Medina Ice Festival.

There are also many adult activities in Medina. Ladies Night Out on the Square, Medina Farmers Market, Parades, Beer & Wine Tastings, Bands playing in local establishments… the list goes on and on.

So… coffee? If you're considering a move to Medina, call me today. I'll share my love for the community with you and help you find the home of your dreams.

*photo courtesy of Joel Foose

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