Living in Belmont
Located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Belmont is a suburb of Boston. Just 12 miles west of Beantown, Belmont provides friendly, residential neighborhoods outside of the big city. The town is bordered by Cambridge, Arlington, Lexington, Waltham, and Watertown. Belmont’s beautiful landscapes include sprawling fields, town greens, and the historic architecture that New England is so well known for.
Belmont has had a long history of being a community for artists. Among the town’s eight neighborhoods, a high percentage of residents are artists, designers, and media professionals. The diverse town is also home to some of the most pretty scenery in all of Massachusetts. The Beaver Brook Reservation is a remarkable park where visitors can enjoy the stunning views of nature year-round. The park also includes a playground and plenty of land for outdoor recreation. Among the many things to do in Belmont, the town provides a variety of boutique shops and restaurants for residents and visitors to enjoy. For instance, Bessie Blue, a women’s clothing store, sells a collection of locally designed couture. Trinktisch, a restaurant within a craft brewery, serves a selection of pub fare with a modern spin along with their delicious, housemade beer. Whatever it is that brings you to Belmont, the town’s history and charm will leave a lasting impression.
Belmont’s school district has an impressive history of academic excellence. The Belmont Public School system has a high rate of attendance, high-performing test grades, and college acceptances. Throughout every age and grade, Belmont schools are dedicated to the growth of future generations.
- Burbank Elementary
- Butler Elementary
- Wellington Elementary
- Winn Brook Elementary
- Chenery Middle School
- Belmont High School
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