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Berlin Heights Population: 701

Total Males: 356
Total Females: 345
Median Household Income: $43,438
Total Households: 280

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Brief Information About Berlin Heights


Berlin Heights village is located in the County of Erie and forms a part of Sandusky, Ohio Metropolitan Statistical Area. With a total area of about 4 sq. kms., Berlin Heights lies 779 ft above the sea level. Some of the prominent business activities of the town revolves around adult and continuing education center, advertising agencies, small appliances sales and service facilities, architects, arthitis speciality clinics, auto transportation and maintenance facilities, banks and insurance companies, architectural engineers, auto dealers of both used and new cars, auto transmission facilities, carpet rug and upholestry cleaning services, car financing and loan facilities, child care services and a lot of other service facilities.







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