The Northeast Edmonton community of Belmont encompasses all real estate located east of 40th Street, south of 137th Ave, west of Victoria Trail and north of the Kennedale Ravine. A mature neighbourhood, Belmont’s roots date back to the late 1800s when many new settlers arrived in the area. Despite being annexed by the City of Edmonton in 1961, Belmont went largely undeveloped until the 1970s, when the Clareview Outline Plan was approved. From here, the community expanded quickly and was largely complete by the decade’s end.

Did you know? Belmont takes its name from the terms “belle” and “mont” – French for “beautiful mountain.”

Real Estate and Homes For Sale in Belmont

Belmont offers Edmonton home buyers a broad mix of home styles, including low, medium and high-density housing. Single-family homes account for just under half of all residences in the area and include everything from quaint bungalows and bi-levels to two-storey homes and 4-level splits. Featuring an average of four bedrooms and three bathrooms, most detached residences offer 1,300 square feet of living space, with prices starting in the low 300s.

Duplexes are the second most common home style in Belmont. Ultra-affordable, these three-bedroom, three-bathroom units provide an affordable alternative to single-family homes in the area while offering many of the same perks. Townhomes and low-rise apartment-style condos round out all remaining real estate opportunities in the community, with three-bedroom units priced as low as $105,000.

Though older, most Belmont homes have undergone recent renovations. Modern upgrades to expect from a Belmont home include:

  • New windows, siding and roofing
  • Energy-efficient systems and appliances
  • Finished basements
  • Updated kitchens and bathrooms
  • And more!

Average Listing Price in Belmont: $249,000

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Did you know? Belmont is one of eight neighbourhoods comprising the Clareview district. Other communities include BannermanClareview Town CentreFraserHairsineKernohanKirkness and Sifton Park

See also: Edmonton Community Spotlight: Bannerman in Northeast Edmonton

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Accessible Amenities

Belmont is considered one of the most amenity-friendly neighbourhoods in Northeast Edmonton. In addition to a modest commercial complex in the community’s far northeast end, Belmont sits within walking distance of Clareview Town Centre, which includes a Walmart, Superstore, restaurants, miscellaneous big-box retailers, and more. Manning Town Centre and Londonderry Mall can also be reached in under 10-minutes.

Other nearby amenities include:

Did you know? Belmont was once home to a popular local drive-in theatre, built in 1954. Unfortunately, like many homes and businesses in the area, the theatre was destroyed by the Edmonton tornado of 1987. 

Parks and Recreation 

Outdoor enthusiasts are sure to love living in Belmont. Not only does the neighbourhood include a centrally located park and playground space, but it’s also home to an active community league. A staple for residents, the South Clareview Community League hosts various family-oriented programs and events throughout the year, including hockey and swim programs, soccer and a senior’s hub. Belmont is defined by the Kennedale Ravine to the south (known for its tree-lined walking trails) and is within proximity of the North Saskatchewan River Valley and Hermitage Park.

Other recreational amenities in and around Belmont:

Did you know? Hermitage Park features several picnic sites, open green spaces and trails, a dog park, a fully stocked trout/fishing pond and boating facilities. 

Belmont Schools

There are two schools in Belmont, a public elementary school and a Catholic elementary/junior high. A local daycare and out-of-school care centre can also be found in the neighbourhood. Other educational options, including senior high schools and additional non-secular options, can be found in the surrounding areas.

Designated Public Schools:

Designated Catholic Schools:


Did you know? According to the Areavibes Liveability Index, the cost of living in Belmont is 5% lower than the Edmonton average. Real estate prices are also 30% lower than the Edmonton average overall. 

Commuting From Northeast Edmonton

Belmont strikes the perfect balance between semi-seclusion and easy accessibility. Belmont’s design provides easy flow in and out of the community while reducing disruptive traffic. The neighbourhood is bounded by arterial roads on two sides, including 137th Ave and Victoria Trail, and sits just a stone’s throw away from Fort Road (Wayne Gretzky Drive), Manning Drive, and the east Anthony Henday. Downtown Edmonton can be reached in less than 20 minutes via the nearby Yellowhead Highway and southbound 97th Street.

Though Belmont is considered car-dependent (most errands will require a car), the community is both bikeable and transit-friendly. Belmont is also situated 6 minutes from the Clareview LRT station and transit centre, which provides Park and Ride facilities, as well as a streamlined commute to city centre and beyond.

Did you know? Edmonton’s Capital LRT line expansion will see a 4.5 km southwards track extension from Century Park to Ellerslie Road. As a result, Belmont residents will soon have access to every corner of the city via light rail transit. 

Get in touch with us for more information on Edmonton homes for sale and real estate opportunities in Belmont (or any other community in the capital region)! We also invite you to take advantage of our exclusive community-related resources, including: 

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