Welcome to The Sanctuary!
Just a twenty-minute drive from downtown Columbus, our family-friendly enclave of approximately ninety homes is nestled amongst ravines and trees just off Rt. 23. Located on the far north side of Franklin County, our neighborhood community was first developed beginning in 1986. There is a consistent look and feel to the neighborhood, even though every home is different.
The ravine and small stream that runs along the west side of the subdivision is a designated wildlife sanctuary and natural area that flows into a small private lake. The predominately beech and oak forest in the ravine is a continuation of the habitat found in Highbanks Metro Park. Deer, fox, and coyote can occasionally by glimpsed traversing the ravine.
The Sanctuary is within the City of Columbus municipal boundaries, but in the Worthington School District. This means that residents enjoy the advantages of both the Worthington Schools and Columbus City services.