There are many good neighborhoods in Belmont and we have lived in several of them. While there are no gated communities in Belmont there are some great neighborhoods and our top ten list of streetsâ€”it depends on what you are interested in.
Belmont offers a rural feel as many of the streets are in the hills with mature trees. Because of that, many of the homes are either on an up-slope or a down slope and do not offer much in the way of level yards.
Some of the neighborhoods near downtown are on more flat lots and even offer sidewalks if a more suburban feel is to your liking.
We currently live in the â€œHallmarkâ€ area of Belmont which features wider streets, underground utilities, many level yards and even some views of the Bay. These homes fetch a premiumâ€”anywhere from $1,000,000-$2,000,000 while the median price in Belmont varies from $800,000-$950,000 depending on what size homes are selling in a given month.
Microclimates are another factor you may want to consider. Having lived in several of the neighborhoods we are well aware of nuances in how windy or cool one area of Belmont is over another. You can read our microclimate article on our blog and you can see our real time weather station from our Hallmark home on our web page.
We know of many homes which are not yet in the multiple listing service but will be coming on the market soon and weâ€™d be glad to offer you more help in your home buying quest.
All the best,
Drew & Christine Morgan
â€œHelping People Make Good Decisionsâ€sm