10 Best Neighborhoods in Fruita, Colorado
Are you looking for more information on top neighborhoods in Fruita? Families, young professionals, and retirees, there are great subdivisions in Fruita for everyone!
Fruita has come a long way in the last couple of decades. The once sleepy Western Slope farm town on the edge of the Colorado River has transformed into a vibrant mecca for mountain bikers, hikers, and outdoor lovers. The downtown area has shops, sidewalk cafes, and historic buildings. Fruita is known for some of the best outdoor festivals!
If you need a Grand Valley area real estate agent, please let us know. Fruita real estate has some of the best values, neighborhood choices and a wide range of home prices. Let's start by exploring the neighborhoods in Fruita and you can determine what may be the best fit for you. My recommendation is to visit and spend some time in each neighborhood to see which ones you like best.
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High Desert Town
Small town, with impressive resume! Farms, ranches, neighborhoods, a hospital, community recreation center, and great schools. Outdoor festivals, Farmers Market, there is enogh to keep you busy!
Adobe Creek Golf Course
Fruita is home to the Adobe Creek National Golf Course, which is in plain sight of the gorgeous canyons and towers of the Colorado National Monument. The nearby James M. Robb State Park is a great place to fish, walk, camp, or attend summer music concerts.
Fruita Has It's Own Unique Vibe
Fruita embraces its agricltural roots and celebrates its current reputation as a great place to live, especially if you have a bike! Fruita has a lot of local restaurants that offer great food and fun.
Aspen Village is a very small upscale subdivision of about 24 homes. It is located off of 18 Road and has one story and two story homes. The homes were built between 2017 and 2018 by several different builders and they sold very quickly. Aspen Village homes were custom and all of the lots are about .25 of an acre. Some lots have RV parking. Unique architecture, trendy interior finishes and quality homes make Aspen Village a good choice. If one become available!
Comstock Estates has long been one the most popular neighborhoods and it is also one of the largest. At 312 homes, there is Comstock Estates and West Comstock. There is a great homeowner's association and the neighborhood is very well maintained. Prospector's Park is 2.4 acres and is in the center of the homes. Comstock is very close to the Fruita Community Center and Shelledy Elementary School. Square footage of the homes range between 1250 to 2000 sq.ft., some have wood siding, others have stucco. There is also a mix of evaporative coolers and central AC. Some homes have RV parking.
Brandon Estates is a subdivision that started around 2011 and most homes were built from 2016 to 2018. Brandon Estates is off of K Road near 18 1/2 Road. The homes are stucco and brick, custom and lend themselves to accommodate those seeking larger floor plans and nice amenities. Brandon Estates offers large lots and square footage ranges between 2000 to 3000 sq.ft. You can expect central AC, gas forced air heat, granite counters and high ceilings.
Wildwood Acres is a small neighborhood between 18 Road on the east and Hall St. on the west. Construction in Wildwood acres began in 2004 and was completed in approximately 2007. Home sizes range from 1455 to 2560 square feet. Lots are a good size and RV parking is available. The homes have gas forced air heat and central AC. Wildwood Acres is close to the popular "Little Salt Wash Park", one of Fruita's newest parks. The park is 18 acres and is dedicated to athletics with a paved biking and walking trail that winds around the park.
Vintners Farm is located east of 17 1/2 Road and south of K 6/10the Road. The entrance to the neighborhood tells that you are entering someplace special. Vintners Farm started in 2006 and was 90% complete by 2010. There are 91 lots and the last remaining homes were built from 2015 to 2018. There is a beautiful pond with a playground and walking paths that wind through the neighborhood. Homes range from 1500 square feet to 3000 square feet. Homes have stucco and brick exteriors, average size lots, no RV parking. Utilities are gas forced air heat and central AC.
Woodland Creek is a smaller neighborhood of quality built homes that are north of K Road and east of 18 Road. Home buyers like Woodland Creek because these are classic traditional styled homes. Construction started in 2008 and most homes were complete by 2010. All homes are one story ranch style, stucco and brick exterior, 3 car garages and almost every home has RV parking. Central AC and gas forced air heat for the utilities.
Canterbury Park neighborhood has a very Colonial feel with white picket fences, big front porches, and shutters on the windows. Most of the homes are two story with a few one story ranch style. The homes were built from 2006 to 2007 and the square footage ranges from 1600 to 2500. Many of the homes have a large upstairs bonus room over the garage. The exteriors are siding with brick accents, smaller lots, no RV parking, central AC and gas forced air heat. Families love Canterbury Park for the walkways between lots that lead to the elementary school.
Pine View Estates
Pine View Estates is off of Ottley Road and Pine Street. This is pretty much central Fruita, close to Rimrock Elementary School and Little Salt Wash Park. The homes were built from 2006 to 2011 with both 2 car and 3 car garages. Lots are average and there are a few homes with RV parking. Square footage ranges from 1200 to 1900. Exteriors are either vinyl siding or stucco and brick. Pine View Estates homes have central AC and gas forced air heat.