Tranquil reprieve from city life in the heart of the Bay
Belmont is a suburb of San Francisco with a population of 27,110. Situated midway between San Francisco and San Jose, Belmont is a tranquil community known for its wooded hills, vast stretches of open space, and expansive views of the San Francisco Bay. Derived from Italian phrase “bel monte,” meaning “beautiful mountain,” Belmont’s pervasive natural beauty and laidback atmosphere provide a calm reprieve from the bustle of city life.
Residents often visit Twin Pines Park, Water Dog Lake Park, and nearby Laurelwood Park to enjoy scenic trails and various outdoor activities. Belmont’s close-knit community is frequently brought together for a wide variety of special city events and programs as well.
Belmont offers a host of diverse eateries and shops along its stretch of El Camino Real. Numerous metropolitan amenities are within close reach with quick access to the CalTrain and multiple major roadways.The schools in Belmont are highly rated, with multiple options of both public and private schools for elementary, middle and high school.