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Less than 30 miles from Washington, DC and yet protected from the surrounding sprawl, Historic Clifton harkens back to a time when…well, back to a time when people were probably a little more used to expressions like “harkens back.”
The town was originally known as Devereux Station, but in 1868, its name was changed to Clifton Station and later shortened to Clifton. With some of the historic homes dating as far back as 1871, it’s small wonder that the town was declared a National Historic District by the U.S. Department of Interior in 1985.
The small town of about 200, affectionately referred to as the “Brigadoon” of Virginia, has been favored by US Presidents (Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes, and Theodore Roosevelt.), first ladies (Nancy Reagan), Supreme Court Justices, Congressmen, Senators and other notable Washington celebrities.
Clifton has maintained the charm and feeling of a Norman Rockwell painting. The town has been around since the 1700s—initially as a plantation and earlier as Indian hunting grounds. The railroad started Clifton on its way to the town we know. The Civil War played an important part in the journey also. During the war, Clifton was known as Devereux Station. In 1868 Devereux Station became known as Clifton Station. In 1869, a post office was established and the town started growing with stores, schools and a community feeling. On March 10, 1902, Clifton Station was established as a town by Charter from the General Assembly.
Clifton has an area of about 192 acres. It is a small town with one main street going through it, aptly named Main Street, located in southwestern Fairfax County, Virginia.
Clifton, Virginia, gets 36 inches of rain per year. The U.S. average is 37. Snowfall is 16 inches. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 83.
On average, there are 202 sunny days per year in Clifton, Virginia. The July high is around 88 degrees. The January low is 24. The comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 41 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable. The U.S. average on the comfort index is 44.
With a population size of just over 200 residents, it’s no surprise that a quaint town like this has shopping destinations that you won’t find anywhere else.
All That Glitters – 7144 Main St, Clifton – 703) 830-6995
La Bella Luce – 7137 Main St. – (703) 830-8442
Hydrangea of Clifton – 12704 Chapel Rd – (703) 543-6944
T & K Treasures – 7145 Main St. #2 – (703) 266-1664
One might think restaurants may be scarce in such a small town where everyone know everybody else. If you thought that, think again – a good amount of restaurants litter the landscape.
Trattoria Villagio – 7145 Main St. – (703) 543-2030
Trummer's On Main – 7134 Main St. – (703) 266-1623
Clifton Café – 7144 Main St. – (703) 830-2424
Outback Steakhouse – 5702 Union Mill Rd – (703) 818-0804
Even the nightlife in Clifton, VA will keep the beer ice-cold, meat on the grill, and keep your shakin’ in your boots ‘till the morning come!
The Revolution Darts & Billiards – 14114 Lee Hwy in Centerville, VA – (703) 266-1888
Velocity Five – 5825 Trinity Pkwy in Centerville, VA – (703) 825-7080
Red Zone Grill – 10560 Main Street in Fairfax, VA – (703) 865-5338
The Auld Shebeen – 3971 Chain Bridge Rd in Centerville, VA – (703) 293-9600
Fairfax County Public Schools serves Clifton. K-6 students in Clifton attend Union Mill Elementary School while middle and high school residents are zoned to either Liberty Middle School and Centreville High School or to Robinson Secondary School.
Cougar Elementary School – 9330 Brandon St. in Manassas Park, VA – (703) 392-1317
Union Mill Elementary School – 13611 Springstone Dr – (703) 322-8500
Liberty Middle School – 6801 Union Mill Rd – (703) 988-8100
Osbourn Park High School – 8909 Euclid Ave. in Manassas, VA – (703) 365-6500
Landmarks and visitor attractions are a bit scarce in Clifton, VA, but they’re there. Clifton offers an array of parks, one of which is 8 acres in size, a sizable golf course, and a sanctuary.
Bull Run Regional Park – 7700 Bull Run Drive in Centerville, VA – (703) 631-0550
Fountainhead Regional Park – 10875 Hampton Road in Fairfax Station – (703) 250-9124
Twin Lakes Golf Course – 6201 Union Mill Road – (703) 631-9372
Hemlock Overlook Regional Park – 13220 Yates Ford Road – (703) 993-4354
One big complaint of city slickers – the folks who live in large cities – is that there is nothing to do in small towns. In fact, they cite that as their reason for staying in urban areas. By the look of it, Clifton is a town with only 200 residents. But if you thought for a split second that there was nothing to do here, think again. There’s more to do than meets the eye.
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