Brecksville Real Estate
Brecksville is approximately 15 miles south of downtown Cleveland via I-77. Brecksville was founded in 1811. It was incorporated as a village in 1921 and attained city status in 1960 when its population exceeded 5,000. Brecksville's wooded hills and ravines help define its neighborhoods and every resident is close to natural beauty that has been a hallmark of Brecksville living.
Brecksville is unique among Cuyahoga County communities because one-third of the City is park land. The Brecksville Reservation is part of the Cleveland Metroparks and has facilities for picnicking, softball, horseback riding, golf, hiking and cross-country skiing. A paved all-purpose fitness trail offers walking, biking, running or strolling!
In August 2016, Cleveland's MetroHealth System opened a $48 million emergency room-medical center in Brecksville. Brecksville also has a branch of Akron Children's Hospital.
- Stautzenberger College has a campus in Brecksville. Associate degrees and Board certifications are offered in: Veterinary Technology, Animal Welfare, Animal Grooming; Paralegal Studies; Diagnostic Cardiovascular Sonography, Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Brecksville Little Theatre was started in 1941 and incorporated as a non-profit community organization in 1949. Performances have been continually held in the Old Town Hall, a registered historic landmark. In 1951, the comedy “Here Today”was directed by nearby Shaker Heights native Paul Newman
- Brecksville shares a school system with its neighboring city, Broadview Heights. There are three elementary schools (Hilton Elementary, Highland Drive Elementary, Chippewa Elementary) within Brecksville proper, and an intermediate school (Central School), a junior high school, and a high school in the system
- Population approx. 13,500 per 2010 census
For more information on Brecksville, visit http://www.brecksville.oh.us/