The Belmont area is defined almost entirely by the university at its center. The neighborhood is bordered by 21st Avenue, 12th Avenue South, and Wedgewood, which is a relatively small area with a very large personality. Because of the younger demographic, you can expect some of the trendiest spots in the city right here in this small slice of music city.Continue Reading
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Along Belmont Boulevard reside several restaurants with outstanding menus and low prices. It is, after all, a college neighborhood. PM with its Asian fusion, blvd with French cuisine, and Chagos Cantina all present a diverse selection for nearly any palate. If it’s coffee you want, Bongo Java is right here in the midst of everything, with its organic, fair-trade coffee topping almost any other shop in the city.
Homes in the area can be a bit expensive, but for good reason. This part of Music City boasts some large single-family homes, meticulously restored cottages, four squares, Tudors, and plenty of new construction. The proximity to so many cool things makes Belmont a highly sought-after neighborhood, and the prices definitely reflect that.