William Robbins | Coldwell Banker Realty, has been Living in and Selling the neighborhoods of German Village since 2005.
Licensed since 2005. William Robbins has been recognized as one of the "Best Real Estate Agents In Columbus" by Expertise 4 years in a row. He was previously Lead Agent of consistently one of Franklin County and Central Ohio's Top Real Estate Teams and recipients of the Chairman's Club Award, the Highest Award Presented for Sales and Volume.
Before Real Estate, William had a 15 year career in Retail Sales, Management and Visual Merchandising with Banana Republic/ Gap Inc.
William moved from Cincinnati to the Columbus in 2000, where he has called many downtown metro neighborhoods “home” including Olde Towne East, German Village and Merion Village. Since 2004, Williams has resided in Schumacher Place with his Partner, Todd, along with their Pug (Oliver), Shar Pei/ Pug Mix (Gus) and Beagle Mixes (Lily & George.)
William has both a passion and a degree in Photography. He collects vintage 35mm, medium format and large format cameras. In his off time, he enjoys taking care of his koi fish and working on his 1910 brick home.
Million In Sales
MY NOTABLE GERMAN VILLAGE SALES
The $2 million sales price includes the primary residence at 242 E Beck Street and a secondary home ready for renovation at 577 Cedar Alley. The 242 E Beck Street home price alone achieved an incredible $582 per square foot, setting a new record in Historic German Village for THE highest sold dollar per square foot! The previous record holder was 111 E Deshler Avenue that sold in 2017 for $1.525 million and $550 per square foot (based on Tax Square feet) and 227 E Sycamore Street that closed in 2017 at $1.25million and $522 per square foot.
The sale was featured in the Columbus Dispatch as "The 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold In Central Ohio in 2019" as the 5th most expensive home sold that year.
The sale of my listing at 200 E Sycamore Street for $1,525,000, was the 3rd highest priced home sale for 2021 in Historic German Village. The Top 2 sales were 655 City Park Avenue which sold for $1.78 million and 170 Thurman Avenue which sold for $1.65 million.