Clifton Real Estate2021-01-28T18:47:30-07:00


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Clifton, with a population of more than 20,000 people, is a city tucked neatly between Grand Junction and Palisade. It is considered an important part of the Grand Junction Metropolitan Statistical Area in zip code 81520.

Established in 1900, Clifton was named for the dramatic mesa cliffs close to town. It’s a great jumping-off point to visit the Bookcliffs or a beautiful drive up to the Grand Mesa. It offers easy access to U.S. 50 and I-70

There is a wide choice of shopping, grocery stores and restaurants in the area.

Here you’ll find some of the area’s most diverse housing and affordable homes, with median price ranges around $160,000.  In addition to several subdivisions, there are many townhome and condo neighborhoods.

Local schools include Clifton, Chatfield, Rocky Mountain, or Thunder Mountain Elementary Schools; Mount Garfield and Grand Mesa Middle Schools; Central or Palisade High School.

Clifton Neighborhoods

  • Anson
  • Arrowhead
  • Arrowleaf
  • Aspen Grove
  • Autumn Breeze
  • Casa De Pera
  • Char-De-Rae Acres
  • Clifton Heights
  • Clifton Village
  • Collyer
  • Colony Meadows
  • Copper Canyon
  • Cougar Run
  • Dairyland
  • Deerfield
  • Fox Hollow 1 & 11
  • Friendship Wood
  • Garmesa
  • Gentle Winds
  • Howell
  • Huntington Point
  • Irwin Clifton
  • Kimwood Estates
  • Lopez Estates
  • Meadowlark Acres
  • Monte Vista
  • Picture Ranch
  • Pinon View
  • Rambling Acres
  • Sagewood
  • San Miguel
  • Schmacher
  • Spencers Addition
  • Star Heights
  • Stepping Stone
  • Sunrise Meadows
  • Swan View/Crest

Clifton Townhome and Condo Neighborhoods

  • Bookcliff Condos
  • Coronado Condos
  • Good Hope Townhomes
  • Village Green Tonwhomes



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