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Greenlawn Ave, Franklinton

39.9396614314833 -83.0138133641368
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"Some nice places to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there"

Greenlawn runs from High Street and into the Greenlawn Cemetary, so some residents of Greenlawn are fairly permanent. Greenlawn has entrance and exit ramps for Interstate 71 and you can easily get to Interstate 70 and State Route 315 since Greenlawn is just south of the 70/71 split. There is a huge park where lots of people play baseball, so that's a nice place. Close to High Street, there is a White Castle, Columbus's famous little tiny hamburgers (you love 'em or hate 'em). You wouldn't want to live in the two or three residential homes on Greenlawn because of the strip bar that keeps getting closed and reopening. Greenlawn makes life easier, connecting South Columbus to the highways.

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