Bounded by 137 Avenue, Victoria Trail, 40 Street, and Kennedale Ravine, Belmont is a fairly large residential community that sits up on Edmonton’s north east side. Development for the Belmont area didn’t really being until around the mid 1970s, but plenty of newer homes that were built as recently as the late 80s can also be found here as well. Look for most entry-level homes for sale in Belmont to start around $375,000, while Belmont condos can routinely be found for as low as $115,000.
Belmont is part of the Clareview district and traces its early development to 1912, though the bulk of its development took place in the 1970s. A mixture of single-family units and condominiums, the area's excellent LRT service and efficient thoroughfares reflect efforts to maintain a quiet, family-friendly environment. Access to the river valley through Kennedale Ravine is a popular feature of the area, and attractive paths through the area encourage pedestrian and bicycle travel.