Why you'd want to live in Orange, Pepper Pike, & Moreland Hills
Orange is a small village just east of Pepper Pike and Moreland Hills. Together, the three small communities have a combined population of approximately 12,000. Pepper Pike and Moreland Hills are known for being home to several historical landmarks and Orange is known for offering some of the best schools in Ohio. Pinecrest is an expansive mixed-use district with 15 restaurants, 37 restaurants, a movie theater, and even a boutique hotel. Here you can find a diverse dining options from Bibibop to Condados. Pinecrest is also home to a wide variety of clothing and home goods stores; enjoy a lineup of premier national brands and popular local and regional favorites. The Pinecrest shopping and dining center can be found in Orange. The City of Orange has many outdoor recreation opportunities. Enjoy over 60 acres of woodlands, two playgrounds, a dog park, baseball and soccer fields, and basketball and pickleball courts. Moreland Hills is home to several picturesque parks with trails for both walking and biking. Although there are not many parks to be found within Pepper Pike’s city limits, it is a short drive to both Orange and Moreland Hills. Orange, Pepper Pike, and Moreland Hills have a shared school district with approximately 2,000 students. The Orange City School District is home to Moreland Hills School, Brady Middle School, Orange High School, and Orange Inclusive Preschool. The school district is also proud to offer enrichment programs such as Orange Early Education Preschool, Excel TECC, and studio art and design.