Malvern/Lake Mohawk, OH Real Estate
Located in Northeast Ohio, the two adjacent communities of Malvern and Lake Mohawk boast a unique small-town feel, breathtaking scenery, and access to the renowned Lake Mohawk. These tucked-away communities share resources and unparalleled opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Residents of Malvern enjoy the laid-back living and lower housing costs of this more rural community. Homes for sale in Lake Mohawk are more expensive due to the beautiful lake setting and exclusive community amenities. There are a number of lakefront homes in Lake Mohawk in addition to homes tucked back under a canopy of trees in the private neighborhood setting of this gated community.
Lifestyle + Attractions
Malvern is a quaint village in Northeast Ohio with a population just over 1,000. The village borders the census-designated place, Lake Mohawk, a community surrounding a man-made lake. The two adjacent communities share resources and amenities, and both enjoy the laid-back living offered in this beautiful rural setting. Malvern is known for its quiet streets, friendly residents and beautiful scenery. The village hosts a community park called Village Park, and is home to a handful of local businesses.
The Lake Mohawk community is situated on both sides of Lake Mohawk, a 507-acre, man-made, spring-fed lake. Established in 1963, this private gated community comprises 1,728 acres of land. There are a number of clubs within the Lake Mohawk community, including the Ski Club, Lake Life Club, Sportsman Club, Civic Club, Golf Club, Activities Committee, Art Club and more. Lake Mohawk residents enjoy access to three beaches, tennis courts, and a number of exclusive community amenities.
Students of Malvern and Lake Mohawk attend schools within the Brown Local School District, which operates Malvern Elementary School, Malvern Middle School, and Malvern High School. Additionally, there are a number of private schools located within the region. While there are no colleges or universities in Malvern or Lake Mohawk, residents may access a number of institutions in Stark and Summit Counties.