Within Middlesex County, Belmont with a population of just under 25,000 as of the 2010 Census maintains its small suburban feel just twenty minutes outside of Boston. The Belmont Hill neighborhood is well-known for its large and expensive properties, although the majority of those who call Belmont home live in quiet neighborhoods beneath the Hill.
Four public elementary schools serve Belmont, along with one public middle school and one public high school. Young Belmont residents have a wonderful reputation for their athletic prowess, college placement from the general education standards, music and theatre arts. Some attractive areas of Belmont are the Edwin O. Reischauer Memorial House, Boston and Maine Railroad Station, Wellington Hill Railroad Station, Boston Massachusetts Temple, Redtop the former home of William Dean Howells a famous American realist author, and the Belmont Hill Country Club golf course, to name a few.
Belmont offers a wide variety of real estate to its residents.
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