About Brookside Colony

The beginnings

Originally farmland, the construction of Brookside Colony began around 1980 with the majority of houses were built by several builders including M/I Showcase Homes, Celebrity Homes, Duffy Showcase Homes, Bell Homes, and Quaker Homes over several years.

In 1982, several homes on Silverleaf Court were showcased in the BIA Parade of Homes. The photo to the right is one example.

The neighborhood streets are all named after trees (except Hedera Court and Heatherfield Avenue). The streets include: Mapleleaf Boulevard, Mapleleaf Court, Littleleaf Lane, Littleleaf Court, Palmleaf Lane, Palmleaf Court, Silverleaf Court, Starleaf Lane, and Sunleaf Court.

After most of the Brookside Colony houses were built, the city of Columbus planted trees along the neighborhood streets. The city tried to plant trees whose names started with the same letter as the street name. For example, maple trees were planted along Mapleleaf Boulevard and Mapleleaf Court.
There were only so many varieties of trees available,
so the “system” didn’t hold for every street. A number of these trees remain today.

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Parade of Homes photo
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The location
Columbus Map
Brookside Colony map

 

 

Brookside Colony is located
just off I-270:Sawmill Road Exit along Snouffer Road.

 

The entrance to the neighborhood
is at the corner of Snouffer Road and Mapleleaf Boulevard.

 

The neighborhood is nestled near several other housing developments including Brookside Woods, Brookside Estates, Brookside Village, Smokey Row Manor, Oakridge Meadows, and Asheville Commons.

 

Several shopping centers including Dublin Sawmill, Dublin Village Center, Plaza at Sawmill Place, Northwest Square, New Market,
and Festival Centre are nearby.

The lake

The Lake

Brookside Colony features a private one-acre lake ringed by 22 homes. Only these homeowners have access to this lake.

These 22 homeowners are governed by both the Civic Association and the Lake Association's bylaws.

Click here for more information on the Lake and The Lake Association.

The school sytem

Bus stop

Brookside Colony residents pay property taxes to Franklin County and the City of Columbus and
attend Dublin City Schools.

Click here for more information about the local
public and private schools near Brookside Colony.