WorldClassBook — 2015
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Brecksville, located about 20 miles south of downtown Cleveland, is an upscale suburb filled with charming 19th century restored buildings and stylish new homes. The suburb abuts the Cleveland Metroparks system and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and provides many fine recreational activities


Brecksville Reservation, deeply cut by seven distinct gorges which have a wide variety of soil and sunlight conditions, foster the growth of rare, unusual and endangered plants. Chippewa Creek, in the northern section of the reservation, flows through a remarkable gorge that was left behind by glaciers that once covered this area. The Sleepy Hollow Golf Course and Seneca Golf Course are a popular part of the Brecksville Reservation. For an interesting glimpse into the past, visit the Squire Rich home. The Squire Rich Home and Historical Museum 9367 Brecksville Road 440-526-7165 Open May - October 15th. Winter tours by request


The popular Cleveland Metroparks’ Brecksville Reservation is noted for its extensive system of fine trails. The all purpose Valley Parkway Trail is a2. 9-mile trail located along the Valley Parkway from Edgerton Road to Ridge Road and a 4.5- mile trail along Chippewa Creek Drive and Valley Parkway from Route 82 and Route 21 to Riverview Road. Entrances are off of Routes 82 and 21, Riverview and Parkview Roads. Visit online at


The Brecksville-Broadview Heights City School District is comprised of the entire city of Brecksville, most of Broadview Heights and a small segment of North Royalton. Student achievement is evident throughout the school system. For over a decade, School Match, a national consulting firm, has ranked the district in the top 10% of all school districts in the nation. Cleveland Magazine routinely ranks Brecksville as one of the top suburban districts in the area.