Award Winning Fruit and Wine are at the Heart of Palisade!
Palisade Homes and Real Estate Offers Many Options For Home Buyers:
Homes on Acreage, Homes With Vineyards or Orchards, Victorian Homes and Small Subdivisions. Find your home in Palisade !
Palisade homes and real estate activity started increasing in mid 2017, with several wineries sold for big price tags along with quite a few large producing orchards. As Mesa County’s local economy grows, so does interest in Palisade homes and real estate. Right now, buyer demand is outweighing available properties for sale.
What’s behind this spectacular rise in Palisade’s current real estate trend? It’s reputation as the “Fruit and Wine Capital of Colorado” has long secured Palisade as a popular tourist destination. But, it’s also becoming a destination for impressive living. Affordable Palisade homes can still be found around town and in the outlying neighborhoods.
Palisade Homes and Real Estate For Sellers
For sellers, enthusiasm is up, because home prices have continued to climb. The lack of new inventory spells opportunity for those that choose to sell. New construction hasn’t kept pace with the growth and buyer demand. The right time to list a home is rapidly approaching, that means its time to prepare to sell. Make important repairs, get the lawn looking good and consult a local real estate agent for advise on Palisade homes and real estate.
For more information on Palisade homes and real estate call Sandra (970) 261-1686 today. Relocation packages are available and personal tours of Palisade.
Popular for it’s leafy streets lined with older Victorian-style homes, quaint parks, excellent schools and some of the most dramatic views in the entire Grand Valley. Most Palisade homes and real estate is within walking distance of Downtown.
A stroll through Downtown and around will delight your senses with barrels full of colorful flowers, antique shops, boutiques and the delightful sidewalk cafes. Residents enjoy going Downtown for the popular Farmer’s Market for locally grown fruits and vegetable, arts and crafts and live music. The market is held Downtown on Saturday, June through September 9 am to 1:30 pm
Throughout Spring and Summer music sweeps through Palisade with its many Festivals such as the Palisade Bluegrass and Roots Festival, Colorado Mountain Winefest, Palisade Peach Festival, and weekend concerts at the Grand River Winery.
The outdoor recreation in Palisade is top-notch and includes hiking, rafting, cycling and fishing. The Colorado River flows through Palisade and the James M. Robb State Parks offer camping, swimming, fishing and hiking. You can take a scenic float trip on the Colorado River from Palisade to Corn Lake in Grand Junction.
The Colorado Riverfront Trail is one of the most popular attractions in the Grand Valley. The trail begins at Riverbend Park in Palisade and extends to Fruita and beyond. You can go for an easy hike, bird-watching or a bicycle ride. You will experience, small lakes and ponds, river channels, islands, wetlands, cottontail marshes and plenty of wildlife!
The sunsets are spectacular from any vantage point in Palisade, but the most popular is on a patio with a glass of wine or mug of craft beer. Come experience Palisade!