Clifton, Virginia, was granted incorporation by the General Assembly in 1902 and is one of only three official towns in the state. Prior to European colonization, what is now considered modern-day Clifton was inhabited by the Dogue Native American tribe who are related to the larger Nanticoke tribe who were based on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. During the Civil War, a railroad track was constructed through the area and a station named Devereux Station was established. Not far away a small village began to sprout up. In 1868, the station had its name changed to Clifton Station. The land surrounding Clifton is unique compared to the rest of Northern Virginia as it’s less developed and a lot more rural. This underdevelopment was not accidental - it was done in order to preserve the Occoquan Reservoir. Clifton’s population still remains under 1,000 residents with a select few residential homes built among heavily forested terrain in the southern and eastern portion. The northern parts are mostly used for equestrian activities.
If you like four seasons, then you’ll love living in Clifton, Virginia. Winters are sometimes cold, with not too much snow most seasons; summers are sometimes hot but all of the lakes in the area make the hot summers enjoyable. The two seasons that make Clifton such a superb place to live are spring and autumn. With an average high of 70 degrees Fahrenheit and an average low of 48 degrees Fahrenheit during these times of the year, as well as 42 inches of rain on average, Clifton is a nature lovers paradise. Residents enjoy going to places like Manassas National Battlefield Park located at 6511 Sudley Road, which is the location of two historical battles of the American Civil War: the First Battle of Bull Run in 1861 and the Second Battle of Bull Run in 1862. Then there is Bull Run Regional Park located at 7700 Bull Run Drive in Centreville. This park is host to a number of large-scale events such as music concerts that are held at an amphitheater with a capacity of over 10,000 people. In the winter seasons, the park has a Christmas light show. In addition to that, if you’re looking for a place to shop, eat, or just hang out, there is Fairfax Corner at 4100 Monument Corner Drive offering California Pizza Kitchen, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, and Cinemark Fairfax Corner 14.
Clifton, Virginia real estate is absolutely beautiful, offering custom-built single-family homes of varying styles. On average, you can find Victorian, European, Colonial, Tudor, Cottage, Classical, and Traditional-style homes featuring different design plans. The size of these homes can range between four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 2,436 square feet to nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, and 8,464 square feet. Furthermore, properties for sale in Clifton feature special amenities such as family rooms with coffered ceilings, walk-in closets, gas-powered fireplaces, composite decks, lush acreage with tree groves, and much more. In addition to that, Clifton offers a few select townhomes for sale. If you’re looking for land to build your dream home on, you can also find lots for sale in Clifton as well. If you’re interested in finding out more about available real estate in Clifton, Virginia, please don’t hesitate to contact us today for further information.
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