Best in Small City Living
Belmont is known for its wooded hills, Bay views and open spaces. It is a quiet residential community in the midst of the culturally and technologically rich Bay Area. The population is close to 26,000.
The median home price is $2.2 million and the average price per square foot is $1,100.
Halfway between San Francisco and San Jose
The town is halfway between San Francisco and San Jose, and is located in San Mateo County. The city is bordered by San Mateo to the north, Half Moon Bay to the west, Redwood Shores to the east, and San Carlos to the south.
Wooded Hills, Bay Views and Open Spaces
Belmont is connected by the main thoroughfare, Ralston Avenue. The flats along Ralston Avenue provide its residents with a nice community feel. While the wooded hills on upper Ralston Avenue are home to tranquil and private hillside homes. In addition, there are sweeping views of coastal mountains or the bright lights of the Peninsula below.
Living in Belmont Ca.
Belmont boasts several eateries and shopping centers. There are a number of community events take place at Twin Pines Park. It’s centrally located for everyone to enjoy. Belmont also boasts many family activities, including a weekly Sunday Farmer’s Market and a summer music series.
It is also home to Notre Dame de Namur University.
Highly Rated Public Schools
The public schools are highly rated. K-8 children attend the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District. Carlmont High School is in the Sequoia Union High School District. It is the only public high school in Belmont. Note: high school enrollment is determined by which neighborhood you live in. For this reason, you can verify your high school clicking here.
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