WALK
SCORE

59

TRANSIT
SCORE

41

AVERAGE
SINGLE HOME PRICE

$1,126,053+

AVERAGE
MULTI-HOME PRICE

$862,496+

AVERAGE
CONDO PRICE

$613,409+

Belmont, originally an agrarian town is now a suburban community located in the heart of the Greater Boston Metropolitan Area.

This community is a great commuting neighborhood; it is just 8 miles outside of Boston. Belmont is served by two MBTA commuter rail stops that take you right into North Station in Boston and numerous bus lines that can connect you to Mt. Auburn Hospital, Harvard Square, Alewife Station with access to the Red Line, and spots in Lexington and Arlington.

Routes 16 and 60 are secondary roadways that can lead you to main commuting highways. Route 2 runs through Belmont and can easily connect you to Route 128.

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A PLACE
TO LEARN

Belmont is predominantly home to high-level executives that work in Boston or Cambridge and their younger families. Three different public schools in Belmont get a 10 on the 1-10 GreatSchools rating scale. Belmont High School, and two others, each received a 9 on the scale.

BELMONT
SCHOOLS








BELMONT PUBLIC SCHOOLSGRADESTYPESIZERATING
Belmont High School9-12High School11838/10
Daniel Butler Elementary SchoolKG-4Elementary36910/10
Mary Lee Burbank Elementary SchoolKG-4Elementary35610/10
Roger E Wellington Elementary SchoolPK-4Elementary5828/10
Winn Brook Elementary SchoolKG-4Elementary44710/10
Winthrop L Chenery Middle School5-8Middle126810/10








BELMONT PRIVATE SCHOOLSGRADESTYPESIZERATING
Adventures Preschool Children’s CenterKDaycare/Preschool1N/A
Belmont Day SchoolPK-8Elementary School272N/A
Belmont Hill School7-12All-boys444N/A
Cns/pathways Academy7-12Special Education School29N/A
The Kendall SchoolKDaycare/Preschool75N/A
Waldorf High School of Massachusetts Bay9-12Special Program Emphasis53N/A

*All school statistics have been sourced from GreatSchools.org.

A PLACE
TO GROW

When it comes to Belmont real estate, large single-family homes dominate. It is best known for the mansion-filled Belmont Hill neighborhood, although most residents live in more densely settled, low-lying areas around the Hill. According to Belmont’s official website, Belmont is known as, the “town of homes.”

A PLACE
TO CONNECT

The Payson Park Music Festival brings all kinds of music to the great outdoors for people to enjoy during the summer months. The Massachusetts Audubon Society also runs the Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, which includes 2.5 miles of trails.

A PLACE
TO EXPLORE

Those with varying outdoor interests will love all that Belmont has to offer, including the Beaver Brook reservation encompassing approximately 60 acres. From hiking to skiing and even a spray pool for the kids, there’s always something to do at Beaver Brook. The Underwood park area offers an outdoor ice rink and pool.

Be sure to check out the old-school Belmont Studio Cinema; it’s a great place to catch a movie with your loved ones.

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