The area Clovis dominates is made up of 23 square miles of land, and it's situated midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco in the agriculturally resplendent San Joaquin Valley. Clovis has been called the "Gateway to the Sierras" since its incorporation in 1912 because it lies at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, which houses Yosemite, Kings Canyon, and Sequoia National Parks. The general geography of the area is flat, with presently active and potentially active seismic fault zones. Along with being the perfect location for those who enjoy magnificent National Parks, Clovis features the Sierra Vista Mall, which is a 78-acre regional shopping center which includes Sears, Target, Kohl's, and MB2 Indoor Raceway.

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A city in Fresno County, California, Clovis resides at an elevation of 361 feet and is just under seven miles away from Fresno city's downtown area. Clovis houses boast style and charm, as well as affordable prices for larger homes. Houses for sale in Clovis typically represent a Californian architectural style, demonstrating the flourishing economic and art culture in this part of the United States. Clovis is home to around 101,000 people since the 2014 census, showing a gentle expansion in the number of people residing in the city and making their homes there.

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