I don't think you can determine pricing by a zip code in most cases. By neighborhood is better - especially in the city. So, 200K being high for the zip might not tell the whole story.
I live in 43201, right in the heart of Victorian Village. It includes SN/VV to the south, and Weinland Park to the north, as well as other areas. I'm wondering if they removed this zip code because the data comes out so skewed. I don't think you'll find too many 300K homes in Weinland Park, I don't think you'll find too many below 30K - yes, one less zero -- homes in VV (although there are quite a few in 43201).
I'm thrilled to see VV in this position, though :) There are some great neighborhoods in the city, and it's good to see this growing to the point that they carry a whole zip :)