Typical of this northwest side Chicago neighborhood, whose borders form a narrow right triangle of residential land, the homes in Belmont Gardens are mostly a mixture of two- to four-bedroom flats and single-family houses where residents can have a barbeque in the backyard or a bocce tournament on the front lawn.
Architectural styles in Belmont Gardens vary from stately older homes with expansive balconies and wide pillars to more modern-inspired brick condominiums. Some of the newly constructed condos and lofts here offer all the latest in upgraded amenities and have large windows that let in lots of sunlight. If you’re like us, you wouldn’t mind your new home having granite kitchen countertops and sleek, easy to maintain hardwood floors.
Also lining the streets in beautiful Belmont Gardens are one- and two-story brick bungalows with stone front stoops, side drives, and spacious green yards. These eye-catching traditional Chicago homes stand apart from the others with charming architectural ornamentation, like striking limestone accents and arched doorways. Dormer windows peek out from the rooftops, letting in natural light to open up the living space.
Not only are these homes stunning and exquisitely designed, but they are affordable and offer something for everyone. On average, the price for a one-bedroom condominium in Belmont Gardens is around $137,000 while two-bedrooms are priced between $150,000 and $300,000. The cost for a three-bedroom home ranges between
$275,000 and $345,000. Some of the larger houses in the neighborhood start in the low $300,000s, with several listed at closer to $400,000.
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