Belmont Real Estate
Belmont is one of seven residential neighborhoods in the Clareview District, bound on three sides by arterial roads, and by the Kennedale Ravine to the south. The name of the community, "Belmont," is taken from the French term "beautiful mountain." In the late 1880's the Belmont area was homestead by settlers, was later subdivided in 1912 during the boom. The city of Edmonton annexed Belmont in 1961.
Due to concerns about the nearby petrochemical and industrial operations, the future of Belmont remained uncertain, later resolved in 1972 when the Clareview Outline Plan was approved. Between 1975 and 1977 most homes in Belmont were developed. Single detached homes make up approximately half of the Belmont real estate in the neighborhood, with medium density structures such as row houses.
Before its annexation in 1961, Belmont hosted the Belmont Rehabilitation Centre and the Belmont Drive-In theater, which was destroyed by a tornado in 1987. There are two schools in the neighborhood, Belmont Elementary School, and St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Elementary Junior High School. The Clareview LRT is located just mere minutes west of the of the neighborhood along 137 Avenue.
Belmont real estate is bordered North by 137 Avenue, East by Victoria Trail, South by Kennedale Ravine, and West by 40 Street.
Displayed below are homes for sale in Belmont, a subdivision located in Northeast Edmonton.
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