A little town with a big character− that’s Clifton. Here, you’re learning more than a century’s worth of history while enjoying good food along the way.
Clifton’s location (it’s only about an hour away from Washington, D.C.) even makes it more popular. Not to mention the town is a short drive away from regional parks such as Bull Run, Fountainhead, and Sandy Run. Another outdoor destination, Hemlock Overlook, is located within the town.
The town only covers a total area of 0.25 square miles. For its residents, which number at under 300, the size is just perfect. This sense of “smallness” creates a warm and friendly community. It’s easy to feel right at home here.
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Real estate options and property types in Clifton, VA
Clifton may be a small town, but it holds tremendous real estate potential. The community offers many historic homes, restored and outfitted with modern features and amenities. Single-family homes, townhouses, and estates are scattered throughout town, as well as horse and luxury properties.
Architectural styles in Clifton echo back to the olden days, with Colonial, Farmhouse, and Victorian popular and prevalent in town. Colorful Craftsman-style homes are also available in the community.
Neighborhoods in Clifton include:
- Balmoral Greens
- Twin Lakes
- Springdale Estates
- Loth Lorian
- Laurel Glen
- Clifton Hill
- Little Rocky Run
- Maple Branch
- Plantation Hills
Did Clifton catch your interest? The Gibbons Group can help you explore housing options in Clifton real estate. Contact the team today at 301.219.6517 or Larry(at)GibbonsGP(dotted)com to get started.
Living in Clifton
- Eat your way through Clifton, well-known for its plethora of acclaimed eateries. Trattoria Villagio, Main Street Pub, Trummer’s On Main, and Clifton Cafe are some of the local favorites.
- Clifton is also for wine lovers. Sample the local wine at Paradise Springs Winery, which is open for wine tours and tastings daily.
- Enjoy the great outdoors. Start at your adventure at Hemlock Overlook Regional Park, where you can find the 19.6-mile Bull Run-Occoquan trail. From here, you can make your way to Bull Run and Fountainhead.