Hidden in plain view, Clifton Heights is a great city alternative to suburban living. It is located between Highway 44, Fyler and Hampton.
In the center of the neighborhood is a 4.4 acre park that was originally meant for private use but was dedicated to the city in 1912. Over the past few years Clifton Heights has seen a considerable increase in property value and I predict that with Interstate 64/40 closing it will be a location sought after by people accustomed to a more suburban lifestyle. The interior of the neighborhood located closest to the park and pond has large homes built on even larger lots.
The homes are set back farther off the street than in other city neighborhoods and there is more distance between houses. With the side lots and large fenced yards, this neighborhood reminds me more of small town than a central city neighborhood. It is close to every possible city convenience. Take 44 to the Arch grounds or a baseball game or Hampton to Forest Park, the Zoo or Art Museum. Take Southwest Avenue under the 44 overpass and find yourself on Maplewood’s mainstreet dining at Schlafy Bottleworks, Monarch or Boogaloo.
More pictures of the home will be on the site by the weekend, to find out more right away feel free to call or email me.