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29933 Enid Road
29933 Enid Road
Wickliffe, OH
3 Bedrooms
$985
1075 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:53 AM
Charming home with original hardwood floors! Kitchen features stove, frig. and dishwasher. Eat-in area! Large living room. 2 bedrooms on 1st floor. Full Bath with tub/shower.
1 Unit Available
1807 East 294th St
1807 East 294th Street
Wickliffe, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1088 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:02 AM
Sweet 3 bedroom 1 bath home in Wickliffe. The home features a foyer, living room, eat-in kitchen, 2 bedrooms and full bath on the first floor. Original hardwood floors are in the living room and bedrooms. The bath has a newer vanity and sink.
1 Unit Available
30204 Phillips Ave
30204 Phillips Avenue
Wickliffe, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:02 AM
Tons of curb appeal welcomes you to this 3 bedroom, 1 bath bungalow with plenty of Single Family living space. The beautiful floors flow through the bright, airy Living Room. The Kitchen is stunning with wood cabinets, plenty of counter top space.
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10 Units Available
The Village at Pine Ridge
2252 Par Lane
Willoughby Hills, OH
1 Bedroom
$1,525
1136 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,540
1279 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,110
1826 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 09:22 PM
One-, two-, and three bedroom apartments and townhomes in Willoughby Hills. Many community amenities, including heated indoor saltwater pool, children's playground, resident movie theater, and car care center.
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39 Units Available
Pine Ridge Apartments
2252 Par Lane
Willoughby Hills, OH
1 Bedroom
$820
649 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$920
972 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1192 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:01 AM
This community offers unique amenities such as a movie theater, sundeck, garage parking and resident lounge. Units feature plush carpeting, renovated suites and private patios/balconies. Gully Brook Park and Manakiki Golf Course are both nearby.
1 Unit Available
5260 Som Center Rd
5260 S.O.M Center Road
Willoughby, OH
4 Bedrooms
$2,150
2929 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:02 AM
Welcome to your own private, four-acre paradise with a pond in the heart of Willoughby. Close to shopping, with great freeway access creates the perfect combination in this updated 4-bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
411 E 264th St
411 East 264th Street
Euclid, OH | Euclid
3 Bedrooms
$1,225
1418 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:30 AM
Charming 3 bedroom 1 1/2 half bath in Euclid. 2 bedrooms on first floor with new laminate flooring. Newer carpeting throughout living room and dining room.
1 Unit Available
275 E 264th St
275 East 264th Street
Euclid, OH | Euclid
4 Bedrooms
$1,275
1180 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:30 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 275 E 264th St in Euclid. View photos, descriptions and more!
Results within 5 miles of Wickliffe
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19 Units Available
Arbor Court
6500 Maplewood Rd
Mayfield Heights, OH | Mayfield Heights
1 Bedroom
$884
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$934
863 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,204
1125 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:23 AM
Shady comfort in a friendly community. Situated in charming Mayfield Heights, Arbor Court offers the ideal combination of comfort, convenience and affordability.
Verified
1 Unit Available
Gates Mills Place
6807 Mayfield Rd
Mayfield Heights, OH | Mayfield Heights
1 Bedroom
$904
490 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 06:09 AM
Luxury returns to Mayfield Heights! Nestled in a beautiful setting overlooking the Chagrin Valley, Gates Mills Place is a beautiful and unique apartment community near Cleveland.
Verified
9 Units Available
Grandview Pointe
1939 Green Rd
Cleveland, OH | Euclid - Green
1 Bedroom
$710
670 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$740
870 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:05 AM
Grandview Pointe in Cleveland, Ohio has it all. Within your new apartment, you will discover a diverse offering of high-quality amenities, which will enhance your lifestyle through convenience and efficiency they provide.
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6 Units Available
Euclid Apartments
27181 Euclid Ave
Euclid, OH | Euclid
1 Bedroom
$822
555 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$831
1002 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,073
1122 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
At Euclid Apartments we offer affordable prices for quality living with not hidden fees. You won't find anything like it around. Our community provides clean and meticulously maintained 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom apartments and townhomes.
1 Unit Available
770 East 256th Street
770 East 256th Street
Euclid, OH | Euclid
3 Bedrooms
$1,025
1344 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:53 AM
To schedule a showing, click the link below https://homes.rently.com/homes-for-rent/properties/2624548?source=iframe&companyID=20461 Brick bungalow with large open kitchen. Kitchen features stove, frig and dishwasher.
1 Unit Available
794 East 250th Street
794 East 250th Street
Euclid, OH | Euclid
2 Bedrooms
$975
892 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 10:52 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
10 Public Sq
10 East Spaulding Street
Willoughby, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,550
2200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:02 AM
Have you ever wanted to live in a super cool, updated, 3 bedroom loft in the Heart of Downtown Willoughby? This totally updated, approximately 2,200 sq ft loft is your chance! 3 spacious bedrooms including a vaulted master bedroom with a walk-in
1 Unit Available
25106 Edgemont Rd
25106 Edgemont Road
Richmond Heights, OH | Euclid
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
Last updated December 4 at 09:02 AM
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom for rent, pets negotiable. Minimum 1 year lease. Call or text listing agent to schedule showings.
1 Unit Available
18033 Marcella Rd
18033 Marcella Road
Cleveland, OH | North Collinwood
4 Bedrooms
$1,250
1480 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 09:02 AM
Fantastic North Collinwood rental opportunity with this lovely four bedroom character filled Cape Cod style home. Hardwood floors through, a nice size kitchen, rear sunroom and so much more.
1 Unit Available
905 E 207th St
905 East 207th Street
Euclid, OH | Euclid
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1784 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:30 AM
Charming 3 bedroom 1 bath colonial in Euclid. Fresh paint and hardwood floors throughout. Updated eat in kitchen with newer appliances as well as a formal dining room. 3 bedrooms upstairs, one with attached balcony.
1 Unit Available
20901 Tracy Ave
20901 Tracy Avenue
Euclid, OH | Euclid
3 Bedrooms
$1,125
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:30 AM
Spacious 3 bedroom 1 bath colonial with a basement in Euclid. Harwood floors throughout and freshly painted. Newer appliances in the eat-in kitchen and has a formal dining room. Central air and detached 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
1494 E 196th St
1494 East 196th Street
Euclid, OH | Euclid
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1174 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:30 AM
Move in ready! COme see today!
1 Unit Available
23790 Effingham Blvd
23790 Effingham Boulevard
Euclid, OH | Euclid
4 Bedrooms
$1,400
1392 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 08:30 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 23790 Effingham Blvd in Euclid. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
18631 Naumann Ave
18631 Naumann Avenue
Euclid, OH | Euclid
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1152 sqft
4 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Beautiful and spacious 3 bedroom Euclid home for rent - Welcome home! This spacious, 3 bedroom 1 bath home in Euclid, Ohio has all the charm. Recently remodeled, this home has gorgeous features that bring a lot of character.
1 Unit Available
30901 Lakeshore Blvd
30901 Lake Shore Blvd
Willowick, OH
1 Bedroom
$705
660 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Shoregate Towers - Property Id: 355121 Scenic apartment community with spacious one and two bedroom apartments available with balconies! Relaxing lake views and awesome sunsets.
1 Unit Available
1451 Sulzer Ave
1451 Sulzer Ave
Euclid, OH | Euclid
2 Bedrooms
$925
858 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Spacious Two Bedroom - APPLIANCES INCLUDED!!! - Warm and spacious 2 bedroom 1 bathroom home in a quiet Euclid neighborhood. Close to Marginal/Route 2, minutes from downtown Euclid and Sim's Park.
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City Guide

Wickliffe
The city that gets to call a mansion, which was finished in 1913 and named after the area's first mayor, their city hall.
The city that gets to call a mansion, which was finished in 1913 and named after the area's first mayor, their city hall.

Looking at Wickliffe from a narrow scope often gives people the wrong idea of it. The city has had a consistent population drop since the 1970's. Admittedly, this is the sign of an area in trouble; but this simply isn't the case in Wickliffe. The city still has a population density of nearly 3,000 residents per square mile. In reality, the population decrease likely has more to do with the seeming overpopulation that occurred between the 1950's and the 1970's, when the number of residents in the city quadrupled.

Moving to Wickliffe

The first thing people think when seeing a population drop in the city that they're considering moving to is that the crime in the area must be insane. Fortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the violent crime rate in the city is nearly seven times lower than Ohio's average, and Ohio's average is actually lower than America's overall. So now that you know that it's super safe to move here, you've got a little planning to do.

When to Start Looking

If you're going to start looking for places to live in Wickliffe, now would probably be a good time. Though population reduction has been consistent, it has actually slowed from over 20% per decade to less than 6%. Additionally, renters make up about 20% of all residents in the area, and this means that, between homeowners and tenants, there isn't a never-ending supply of residences. Of course, if you start looking about two months in advance, you should be able to find your favorite neighborhood and a nice house rental or apartment in the area.

When to Make the Move

Average rainfall in the city is around four inches every month, so you've always got an equally good shot of getting wet when moving into your new home. It's the winter months though, that may need to be avoided. Low temperatures are freezing and below between November and March, and when this is added to the amount of rain the city sees, it can be a bad combination. Slip and slides are for the summer sun, not for your vehicle on Interstate 90.

What to Bring Along

With one of the lowest crime rates in America, you'd probably do well to bring along a background check just to prove you're not John Dillinger. This, of course, isn't required, but the landlord is liable to ask anyway. What you should definitely bring along, though, is proof of income and references from former landlords. Knowing that you'll pay rent and not destroy your rental apt can go a long way. Who would've thought?

Moving to Wickliffe
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The first thing people think when seeing a population drop in the city that they're considering moving to is that the crime in the area must be insane. Fortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the violent crime rate in the city is nearly seven times lower than Ohio's average, and Ohio's average is actually lower than America's overall. So now that you know that it's super safe to move here, you've got a little planning to do.

When to Start Looking

If you're going to start looking for places to live in Wickliffe, now would probably be a good time. Though population reduction has been consistent, it has actually slowed from over 20% per decade to less than 6%. Additionally, renters make up about 20% of all residents in the area, and this means that, between homeowners and tenants, there isn't a never-ending supply of residences. Of course, if you start looking about two months in advance, you should be able to find your favorite neighborhood and a nice house rental or apartment in the area.

When to Make the Move

Average rainfall in the city is around four inches every month, so you've always got an equally good shot of getting wet when moving into your new home. It's the winter months though, that may need to be avoided. Low temperatures are freezing and below between November and March, and when this is added to the amount of rain the city sees, it can be a bad combination. Slip and slides are for the summer sun, not for your vehicle on Interstate 90.

What to Bring Along

With one of the lowest crime rates in America, you'd probably do well to bring along a background check just to prove you're not John Dillinger. This, of course, isn't required, but the landlord is liable to ask anyway. What you should definitely bring along, though, is proof of income and references from former landlords. Knowing that you'll pay rent and not destroy your rental apt can go a long way. Who would've thought?

Wickliffe Neighborhoods

Just about every area of Wickliffe is packed to the gills with rental homes and other residences. That's not all that the city offers, though. If you'd get off the couch and stop watching Jerry Springer, you'd know that! Or Maury, whatever it is you kids are watching these days. Point being, you'll find great features in every single neighborhood around here.

Northern Wickliffe: The area north of Lakeland Freeway is highly residential and very populated. You'll have awesome neighborhoods like Homewood, Lakeland-Worden, and Schwartz and Zaremsky. Hey, we didn't name them. The bus route runs along Worden Road as well, so that's a perk.

Eastern Wickliffe: The eastern area of the city is loaded with parks and places to play golf, such as The Fairways. There are also several subdivisions here, and you might want to check out Monarch Homes or Meadowview Estates. They're pretty for crying out loud!

Southside: Though not really referred to as Southside, the southern area of Wickliffe offers both Green Ridge Golf Course and Coulby Park. You're also adjacent to Interstate 90, so if you ever need to get out of town quick, there's your ticket.

Wickliffe Neighborhoods
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Just about every area of Wickliffe is packed to the gills with rental homes and other residences. That's not all that the city offers, though. If you'd get off the couch and stop watching Jerry Springer, you'd know that! Or Maury, whatever it is you kids are watching these days. Point being, you'll find great features in every single neighborhood around here.

Northern Wickliffe: The area north of Lakeland Freeway is highly residential and very populated. You'll have awesome neighborhoods like Homewood, Lakeland-Worden, and Schwartz and Zaremsky. Hey, we didn't name them. The bus route runs along Worden Road as well, so that's a perk.

Eastern Wickliffe: The eastern area of the city is loaded with parks and places to play golf, such as The Fairways. There are also several subdivisions here, and you might want to check out Monarch Homes or Meadowview Estates. They're pretty for crying out loud!

Southside: Though not really referred to as Southside, the southern area of Wickliffe offers both Green Ridge Golf Course and Coulby Park. You're also adjacent to Interstate 90, so if you ever need to get out of town quick, there's your ticket.

Living in Wickliffe

The neighborhoods around Wickliffe are great, and the subdivisions are immaculate. It's not just these neighborhoods, though, that give Wickliffe its aura of greatness. In fact, once you see all of the great aspects of just living in the city, you'll likely feel happy that so many people have left the area over the past few years. That just leaves more for you!

Parks Everywhere

Wickliffe is known for the variety of parks it has in the area. There are plenty to check out, but you'll definitely want to frequent Coulby Park at first. It's got a pond, several baseball fields and an aquatic center that has actually won awards. Seriously?

Fun at Any Age

You don't have to be a kid to make a fool of yourself in a skating rink, so go check out United Skates of America. Not only can you play around on roller skates, but the laser tag course and arcade will appeal to your competitive side as well.

Fun Without the Skates

Okay, maybe a skating rink isn't your cup of tea. Head over to Wickliffe Lanes then. Don't see why you're making such a big deal about it though. It's basically the same thing, except it's got rolling balls instead of wheels.

A Ghost of a Good Time

If you're into historic ruins, you can always head over to the North Chagrin Reservation and visit Squire's Castle free of charge. Be careful, though; it's said that the wife of the man who built it haunts the small castle after dying in it. Seriously? You believe in ghost stories? The lady of the castle actually died in Wycliffe after selling the castle, so you're in the clear.

Living in Wickliffe
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The neighborhoods around Wickliffe are great, and the subdivisions are immaculate. It's not just these neighborhoods, though, that give Wickliffe its aura of greatness. In fact, once you see all of the great aspects of just living in the city, you'll likely feel happy that so many people have left the area over the past few years. That just leaves more for you!

Parks Everywhere

Wickliffe is known for the variety of parks it has in the area. There are plenty to check out, but you'll definitely want to frequent Coulby Park at first. It's got a pond, several baseball fields and an aquatic center that has actually won awards. Seriously?

Fun at Any Age

You don't have to be a kid to make a fool of yourself in a skating rink, so go check out United Skates of America. Not only can you play around on roller skates, but the laser tag course and arcade will appeal to your competitive side as well.

Fun Without the Skates

Okay, maybe a skating rink isn't your cup of tea. Head over to Wickliffe Lanes then. Don't see why you're making such a big deal about it though. It's basically the same thing, except it's got rolling balls instead of wheels.

A Ghost of a Good Time

If you're into historic ruins, you can always head over to the North Chagrin Reservation and visit Squire's Castle free of charge. Be careful, though; it's said that the wife of the man who built it haunts the small castle after dying in it. Seriously? You believe in ghost stories? The lady of the castle actually died in Wycliffe after selling the castle, so you're in the clear.

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City Guide

Wickliffe
The city that gets to call a mansion, which was finished in 1913 and named after the area's first mayor, their city hall.
The city that gets to call a mansion, which was finished in 1913 and named after the area's first mayor, their city hall.

Looking at Wickliffe from a narrow scope often gives people the wrong idea of it. The city has had a consistent population drop since the 1970's. Admittedly, this is the sign of an area in trouble; but this simply isn't the case in Wickliffe. The city still has a population density of nearly 3,000 residents per square mile. In reality, the population decrease likely has more to do with the seeming overpopulation that occurred between the 1950's and the 1970's, when the number of residents in the city quadrupled.

Moving to Wickliffe

The first thing people think when seeing a population drop in the city that they're considering moving to is that the crime in the area must be insane. Fortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the violent crime rate in the city is nearly seven times lower than Ohio's average, and Ohio's average is actually lower than America's overall. So now that you know that it's super safe to move here, you've got a little planning to do.

When to Start Looking

If you're going to start looking for places to live in Wickliffe, now would probably be a good time. Though population reduction has been consistent, it has actually slowed from over 20% per decade to less than 6%. Additionally, renters make up about 20% of all residents in the area, and this means that, between homeowners and tenants, there isn't a never-ending supply of residences. Of course, if you start looking about two months in advance, you should be able to find your favorite neighborhood and a nice house rental or apartment in the area.

When to Make the Move

Average rainfall in the city is around four inches every month, so you've always got an equally good shot of getting wet when moving into your new home. It's the winter months though, that may need to be avoided. Low temperatures are freezing and below between November and March, and when this is added to the amount of rain the city sees, it can be a bad combination. Slip and slides are for the summer sun, not for your vehicle on Interstate 90.

What to Bring Along

With one of the lowest crime rates in America, you'd probably do well to bring along a background check just to prove you're not John Dillinger. This, of course, isn't required, but the landlord is liable to ask anyway. What you should definitely bring along, though, is proof of income and references from former landlords. Knowing that you'll pay rent and not destroy your rental apt can go a long way. Who would've thought?

Moving to Wickliffe
+

The first thing people think when seeing a population drop in the city that they're considering moving to is that the crime in the area must be insane. Fortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, the violent crime rate in the city is nearly seven times lower than Ohio's average, and Ohio's average is actually lower than America's overall. So now that you know that it's super safe to move here, you've got a little planning to do.

When to Start Looking

If you're going to start looking for places to live in Wickliffe, now would probably be a good time. Though population reduction has been consistent, it has actually slowed from over 20% per decade to less than 6%. Additionally, renters make up about 20% of all residents in the area, and this means that, between homeowners and tenants, there isn't a never-ending supply of residences. Of course, if you start looking about two months in advance, you should be able to find your favorite neighborhood and a nice house rental or apartment in the area.

When to Make the Move

Average rainfall in the city is around four inches every month, so you've always got an equally good shot of getting wet when moving into your new home. It's the winter months though, that may need to be avoided. Low temperatures are freezing and below between November and March, and when this is added to the amount of rain the city sees, it can be a bad combination. Slip and slides are for the summer sun, not for your vehicle on Interstate 90.

What to Bring Along

With one of the lowest crime rates in America, you'd probably do well to bring along a background check just to prove you're not John Dillinger. This, of course, isn't required, but the landlord is liable to ask anyway. What you should definitely bring along, though, is proof of income and references from former landlords. Knowing that you'll pay rent and not destroy your rental apt can go a long way. Who would've thought?

Wickliffe Neighborhoods

Just about every area of Wickliffe is packed to the gills with rental homes and other residences. That's not all that the city offers, though. If you'd get off the couch and stop watching Jerry Springer, you'd know that! Or Maury, whatever it is you kids are watching these days. Point being, you'll find great features in every single neighborhood around here.

Northern Wickliffe: The area north of Lakeland Freeway is highly residential and very populated. You'll have awesome neighborhoods like Homewood, Lakeland-Worden, and Schwartz and Zaremsky. Hey, we didn't name them. The bus route runs along Worden Road as well, so that's a perk.

Eastern Wickliffe: The eastern area of the city is loaded with parks and places to play golf, such as The Fairways. There are also several subdivisions here, and you might want to check out Monarch Homes or Meadowview Estates. They're pretty for crying out loud!

Southside: Though not really referred to as Southside, the southern area of Wickliffe offers both Green Ridge Golf Course and Coulby Park. You're also adjacent to Interstate 90, so if you ever need to get out of town quick, there's your ticket.

Wickliffe Neighborhoods
+

Just about every area of Wickliffe is packed to the gills with rental homes and other residences. That's not all that the city offers, though. If you'd get off the couch and stop watching Jerry Springer, you'd know that! Or Maury, whatever it is you kids are watching these days. Point being, you'll find great features in every single neighborhood around here.

Northern Wickliffe: The area north of Lakeland Freeway is highly residential and very populated. You'll have awesome neighborhoods like Homewood, Lakeland-Worden, and Schwartz and Zaremsky. Hey, we didn't name them. The bus route runs along Worden Road as well, so that's a perk.

Eastern Wickliffe: The eastern area of the city is loaded with parks and places to play golf, such as The Fairways. There are also several subdivisions here, and you might want to check out Monarch Homes or Meadowview Estates. They're pretty for crying out loud!

Southside: Though not really referred to as Southside, the southern area of Wickliffe offers both Green Ridge Golf Course and Coulby Park. You're also adjacent to Interstate 90, so if you ever need to get out of town quick, there's your ticket.

Living in Wickliffe

The neighborhoods around Wickliffe are great, and the subdivisions are immaculate. It's not just these neighborhoods, though, that give Wickliffe its aura of greatness. In fact, once you see all of the great aspects of just living in the city, you'll likely feel happy that so many people have left the area over the past few years. That just leaves more for you!

Parks Everywhere

Wickliffe is known for the variety of parks it has in the area. There are plenty to check out, but you'll definitely want to frequent Coulby Park at first. It's got a pond, several baseball fields and an aquatic center that has actually won awards. Seriously?

Fun at Any Age

You don't have to be a kid to make a fool of yourself in a skating rink, so go check out United Skates of America. Not only can you play around on roller skates, but the laser tag course and arcade will appeal to your competitive side as well.

Fun Without the Skates

Okay, maybe a skating rink isn't your cup of tea. Head over to Wickliffe Lanes then. Don't see why you're making such a big deal about it though. It's basically the same thing, except it's got rolling balls instead of wheels.

A Ghost of a Good Time

If you're into historic ruins, you can always head over to the North Chagrin Reservation and visit Squire's Castle free of charge. Be careful, though; it's said that the wife of the man who built it haunts the small castle after dying in it. Seriously? You believe in ghost stories? The lady of the castle actually died in Wycliffe after selling the castle, so you're in the clear.

Living in Wickliffe
+

The neighborhoods around Wickliffe are great, and the subdivisions are immaculate. It's not just these neighborhoods, though, that give Wickliffe its aura of greatness. In fact, once you see all of the great aspects of just living in the city, you'll likely feel happy that so many people have left the area over the past few years. That just leaves more for you!

Parks Everywhere

Wickliffe is known for the variety of parks it has in the area. There are plenty to check out, but you'll definitely want to frequent Coulby Park at first. It's got a pond, several baseball fields and an aquatic center that has actually won awards. Seriously?

Fun at Any Age

You don't have to be a kid to make a fool of yourself in a skating rink, so go check out United Skates of America. Not only can you play around on roller skates, but the laser tag course and arcade will appeal to your competitive side as well.

Fun Without the Skates

Okay, maybe a skating rink isn't your cup of tea. Head over to Wickliffe Lanes then. Don't see why you're making such a big deal about it though. It's basically the same thing, except it's got rolling balls instead of wheels.

A Ghost of a Good Time

If you're into historic ruins, you can always head over to the North Chagrin Reservation and visit Squire's Castle free of charge. Be careful, though; it's said that the wife of the man who built it haunts the small castle after dying in it. Seriously? You believe in ghost stories? The lady of the castle actually died in Wycliffe after selling the castle, so you're in the clear.