Belmont Real Estate & Culture
Spread across just over 400 acres, Belmont is an up-and-coming neighborhood of Downtown Charlottesville. The neighborhood is a popular choice for revitalization, with its close proximity to all of the excitement of the Downtown Mall. Its setting just south and east of town give the residents enough separation to enjoy a slightly quieter setting, while city and mountain views abound. Because of the neighborhood’s easy access from Interstate 64 and Route 20, Belmont often serves as one of the main gateways to Downtown Charlottesville. From Belmont, Avon Street runs right into the heart of the city. Read More
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Belmont is actually a combination of two historic 19th century neighborhoods: one by the same name and another that was known as Carlton. As such, there are a great mixture of home types found throughout the neighborhood, with some of the structures dating back to the early 1900s. A large portion of the homes have been fully renovated to appeal to history lovers and to the modern crowd alike. With an average home value at just under $235,000, Belmont is a popular choice for those interested in redevelopment, as well as families looking for a move-in-ready home.Though older, this neighborhood is filled with life. Some of Charlotteville’s most beloved restaurants, including Mas Tapas, are located here. Other popular dining options include Belmont Bar-B-Que and Tavola, a rustic Italian restaurant, amongst others. Coffee houses, small local shops and art galleries give this small area plenty of excitement without having to venture into the city of Charlottesville. Paved crosswalks throughout Belmont mingle with tree-lined streets and filled planters create a charming environment for business and living alike.