Grand Junction Real Estate2021-02-09T16:26:26-07:00


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North Grand Junction

Another popular area for home buyers is the North Grand Junction section of Mesa County. It’s the area between 24 Road and 28 ½ Road with communities like Appleton within its bounds. Appleton, in zip codes 81505 and 81506, is known for its open spaces, homes with larger lots and amazing views of the Grand Valley. In this area you’ll find St. Mary’s Hospital, Cliff Country Club and golf course, the enormous Canyonview Park and tons of restaurants shopping along Horizon Drive.

Its proximity and easy access to I-70 make North Grand Junction very popular with commuters and home buyers who like to travel.

Home variety is key here as you’ll find numerous condo, townhome neighborhoods as well as mix of beautiful established and new construction homes. Development here is fairly active with more new neighborhoods coming online soon.

Public schools in the area include:  Appleton Elementary, Pomona Elementary and Tope Elementary schools; East Middle School and West Middle School; Grand Junction High School and Fruita Monument High School. Private school options in North Grand Junction include Caprock Academy Charter School and Holy Family Catholic School.

North Grand Junction Subdivisions

  • 2620 G Road Subdivision
  • Albino Estates
  • Alpine Meadows
  • Applecrest
  • Appleton Estate
  • Beehive Estates
  • Bell Ridge
  • Bella Vista
  • Blue Heron Meadow
  • Bookcliff Ranch
  • Brookwillow Village
  • Cambridge
  • Cherry Hills
  • Cimarron North
  • Colonial Heights
  • Copper Creek
  • Country Club Heights
  • Crestview
  • Crown Heights
  • Dawn
  • Diamond Ridge
  • Eagleton
  • Fairmount North
  • Fairway Park
  • Fall Valley
  • Fountain Greens
  • Four Pines
  • Fox Run at the Estates
  • Freedom Heights
  • Galaxy
  • Garfield Estates
  • Garrett Estates
  • Grand View
  • Grand Vista
  • Green Mead Estates
  • Greystone Estates
  • Halls Estate
  • Harwood-Tolm-Hi
  • Heritage Estates
  • Heritage Heights
  • Horizon Glen
  • Kay
  • Knolls
  • Lakeside
  • Little Creek
  • Melody Park
  • Mini Cove
  • Moonridge Falls
  • North Crest
  • North Star
  • North Valley
  • Northfield Estates
  • Northridge Estates
  • Old Orchard Estates
  • ONan
  • Paradise Hills
  • Partee Heights
  • Pheasant Ridge
  • Pheasant Run
  • Pomona Park
  • Ptarmigan Estates
  • Ptarmigan Point
  • Ptarmigan Ridge
  • Red Peach Farm
  • Red Ranch
  • Rolling Acres
  • Ruby Mesa Estates
  • Ruby Ranch
  • Sedona
  • Spanish Trails
  • Spring Valley
  • Summer Hill
  • Sundance Village
  • Sunset Terrace
  • Terra Del Vista
  • The Estates
  • The Falls
  • The Knolls
  • Tuscany Village
  • Valley Meadows
  • View Point
  • Village Park
  • Vista Del Norte
  • Walker Heights
  • Westlake Park
  • Westwood Ranch
  • Willowbrook
  • Wilson Ranch
  • Windemire Heights
  • Woodridge

North Grand Junction Townhome and Condo Neighborhoods

  • Appleridge Condos
  • Brookwillow Village Townhomes
  • Crest View Townhomes
  • Diamond Ridge Townhomes
  • Fountain Greens Townhomes
  • Golfmore Condos
  • Halls Estate Townhomes
  • Heritage Estates Townhomess
  • Homestead Condos
  • Horizon Towers Condos
  • Lakeside Condos

Be sure to scroll down to view some of the most popular real estate in Grand Junction, CO, and check out the list of neighborhoods within this great city!  If you’d like to be notified the next time a home in this area becomes available on the market, just contact us and we will keep you informed.



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