Neighborhood highlights: Town information, shopping and transportation.
Belmont is known as "The Town of Homes" in acknowledgment of the predominance of residential property. Belmont MA Real Estate varies in style, size and stature. When viewing Belmont homes for sale, a buyer will find Tudors, Center Entrance Colonials, sprawling Ranches, Multi-families, Federalist and Victorian style homes.
Habitat, a Massachusetts Audubon Sanctuary and urban oasis, was founded on 523 acres of former farmland and covers much of Belmont Hill. Within the town there are three commercial centers, Belmont Center, Cushing Square and Waverly Square, each providing a variety of shopping and food experiences.
Belmont is one of the few MA suburbs with a commuter rail which both passes through the center of town and connects to the Red Line subway. The Underwood Pool, a community facility, is a convenient place to relax and cool off in the warm summer months just of few of the many reasons that make buying a home in Belmont MA a great decision!
On-street overnight parking is prohibited in the town of Belmont.
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