The Top 5 Trending Cleveland Suburbs To Move To
Whether you are moving to Cleveland from another city or just wanting to find a more suitable place to start your family within the city, parents always want what is best for their child. One of the main things that parents look at when moving to raise their family is the neighborhood. This can play a huge role in the upbringing of their children as well as just what their family life is like in general. Here are our top picks for the best suburbs for families in Cleveland.
With a median rent of $1400 and purchase price of $392,200.
Solon was ranked the top third safest neighborhood in the state of Ohio in 2021. It has also been ranked nationally as one of the best places to raise a family which is why it has landed the first spot of our article. The Solon Recreation Center not only plans and hosts many events for the children but they also make sure that the adults are having just as much fun as well! They also have the Grantwood Golf Course which sits adjacent to the Timberlake Recreation Park where families can have picnics and even fish in the lake.
With a median rent of $990 and a purchase price of $196,000.
Lakewood is a great neighborhood for anyone from families to singles and even seniors. Though this neighborhood has plenty of homes with yards, wide sidewalks and parks it is also one of the more busy and densely populated neighborhoods in the Cleveland area. This neighborhood is very walkable and packed with plenty of things for everyone to do from the water-edge to restaurants and bars to arcades and a short drive from Downtown Cleveland.
- Rocky River
With a median rent of $1200 and a purchase price of $321,400.
This neighborhood boasts schools that are ranked second in the state of Ohio. It also boasts quiet and safe streets as well as plenty of outdoor activities for families. Rocky River Reservation is the home to several scenic trails, waterfalls, meadows and wetlands. Rocky River also contains the Emerald Necklace Marina where you can kayak, canoe, paddle-board, bike, hike and fish. After a long day at the marina do not forget to stop by the ice cream hut and cafe or check out some of the many restaurants and shops in the neighborhood.
With a median rent of $1,550 and a purchase price of $441,200.
Beachwood is one of the most sought after neighborhoods in the Cleveland area just a 20 minute drive east of downtown. Here you will find Beachwood Place, a popular shopping mall that hosts over 100 shops and restaurants. Beachwood also has many outdoor activities for families to enjoy. Locals love going to the Beachwood Aquatic Center, League Park and Acacia Reservation for some fresh air.
- Avon Lake
With the median rent of $1390 and purchase price of $311,200.
A neighborhood right on the lake is sure to be the home of many outdoor family friendly activities and that is exactly what you will find in Avon Lake. Avon Lake hosts a sandy lakeshore as well as boardwalks and piers. So although you are in Ohio you can feel as though you have entered a small beach town. There are plenty of waterside parks for the family to enjoy and if you are looking for some adult time there are tons of adult sports leagues to join as well.