Mt. Cory

Hancock County

Originally known as Union Center, the village is situated in Union Township. It was laid out in 1872 and then called Cory. When the Lake Erie & Western Railroad was extended there, the village was named for D. J. Cory, proprietor of the town site. The name was changed to Mt. Cory and the village was incorporated on May 10, 1887. The name change was intended to prevent confusion with the village of Carey in Wyandot County.

A proud part of the Cory-Rawson Local School District, the Fighting Hornets have two school buildings on a central campus. The village, located near Rawson, is home to the locally-famous Kaleidoscope Christmas Tree Farm and the Granary.

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New Properties On Market
25% Decrease In New Listings
Average Asking Price
$14,339 Decrease In Avg Asking Price
Average Asking Price / Sq. Ft.
$7 Decrease In List Price/Sq. Ft.
Average Days On Market
17 Day Decrease In Days On Market
Data as of Jan 24, 2021. Remaining statistics above are calculated on activity within the period from Nov 01, 2020 to Dec 31, 2020.