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Belmont Terrace Real Estate and Neighborhood Information

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Belmont Terrace is a small neighborhood on the far northwest side of Chicago, enveloped in nature and quiet residential avenues. Located between several large park-like cemeteries and one of the city's most expansive forest preserves, Belmont Terrace feels more like rural woodland than urban metropolis. Timeless bungalows and more contemporary two-stories offer homebuyers their choice of living style. You can even find a vintage farmhouse here if you like. And on top of prime real estate, golf enthusiasts will be thrilled by Belmont Terrace's proximity to one of the city's top public golf courses.

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Architectural genres in Belmont Terrace range from the distinctly Chicago-style brick bungalow to new construction two-story houses, with several smaller frame homes tucked in between. Even though the ambiance of this northwest side subdivision is much more spacious and suburban than its sister neighborhoods to the east, the real estate in Belmont Terrace is pretty tightly packed on long narrow lots that still provide front and back yards and plenty of room for the kids, or the dog, to run around and play.

The streets here are typically quiet, lined with an abundance of trees and edged by well-kept sidewalks. A system of back-alley service roads allow residents to access their garages and garbage trucks to pick up the trash. Really, your standard Chicago neighborhood infrastructure, right down to the grid layout.

The trend of putting up new condominiums hasn’t hit Belmont Terrace, instead the majority of the condo units in the neighborhood occupy older low-rise buildings that start in the low $100,000s for a one-bedroom unit with a street parking spot. Two-bedroom places with a garage parking space sell for as high as $250,000. Detached single-family homes in Belmont Terrace, on the other hand, are much more diverse in character and age. There are vintage farmstead-style houses with beautiful exterior stonework and brand new models with modern amenities including granite kitchen counter tops, stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring, not to mention the finished basements, sometimes with built-in bars. Generally speaking, the price for a two- or three-bedroom house in Belmont Terrace neighborhood ranges between the low $200,000s and the mid to upper $300,000s. Larger homes, or ones that have undergone major interior renovations, typically sell for between $350,000 and $720,000 in this part of the city.

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