Belmont (Charlottesville, VA)
By Rob Alley, Invite Us In! We'll Bring Results!
(RE/MAX Realty Specialists)
The 403-acre Belmont neighborhood forms the southeast corner of the City and is bounded by the CSX Railway on the north, Moore’s Creek on the south and east and 6th St. SW on the west. Modern-day Belmont is actually the combination of the Belmont and Carlton neighborhoods. Belmont is a late 19th Century neighborhood consisting primarily of two “1890’s era subdivisions, “Belmont” and “Carlton”. The neighborhood serves as a significant entrance to the City from Monticello as it is easily accessible to I-64 by way of Monticello Avenue (Route 20). With its rolling topography and setting, Belmont affords excellent views of both the Downtown and the surrounding mountains.  Originally, the county estate “Belmont” was the prosperous farm estate of John M. Carr, the nephew of Dabney Carr, a boyh...
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By Fulton Gaylord, 1st-Time Home Buyer Realtor - Charlottesville, VA
(Keller Williams Realty)
* Multi-Family Properties For Sale In Charlottesville VA Some of the best investment properties around the Charlottesville area are 2-4 unit multi-family buildings. There are many construction styles - brick exterior, wood, vinyl, clapboard, as well as many designs - side-by-side, over/under, larger main floor unit with legally rentable lower level. Prices for a 2-unit property have ranged between $89,900 to $1,760,000 in the past year (get the 2013 Sold list). Difference between list-to-sale price is usually less than single family homes primarily because there has been little inventory for the savvy investor to choose from and oftentimes investors are bidding against eachother if it is a particularly strong property. And, what makes for a strong investment property? * Good bones - i.e...
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By Quinton Beckham, Quinton Beckham - Charlottesville
(Keller Williams - Charlottesville)
Back into Spring with the latest of our tips to make your home sell faster! Homes for Sale in the Belmont Neighborhood Luxury Homes for Sale in Charlottesville
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By Quinton Beckham, Quinton Beckham - Charlottesville
(Keller Williams - Charlottesville)
If you're a resident in the Belmont Neighborhood than you have surely been to the C'ville Market, and if you haven't , then you need to give it a stop. Located near the intersection of Carlton Road and Carlton Avenue, the C'ville Market is in the same shopping center as Belmont Pizza and Pub. As the retail arm of Cavalier Produce, they have all of the most fresh local produce and maintain their motto, "If it's in Season, we have it!" You won't find a huge store when you walk in, but rather a rather unassuming market that has a great selection of not only local produce, but meats produced by local farms as well. Breads by local mills and bakeries and a great selection of chocolate of all varieties positioned near the check out registers so that, on the rare occasion you have to wait to c...
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By Quinton Beckham, Quinton Beckham - Charlottesville
(Keller Williams - Charlottesville)
His name and contributions surround us, but few outside of Charlottesville Historians know just how much of an impact that Paul Goodloe McIntire had on the shape of the city. Born in 1860 in the City of Charlottesville, McIntire attended the University of Virginia for only one semester before leaving in 1880 for Chicago "...to earn some money." He worked first as a coffee salesman (Barista's of the city should puff out their chest at that!) and later as a stockbroker. He then moved to New York City where he bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and between the years of 1901 and 1921 amassed a fortune. Never forgetting his home town he used his wealth to beautify the city, purchasing land to become parks and adding sculptures for all of Charlottesville's residents to enjoy. Just s...
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By Quinton Beckham, Quinton Beckham - Charlottesville
(Keller Williams - Charlottesville)
Anyone who has spent time in Belmont knows that it is a neighborhood that is on the move. Over the last decade it has seen the growth of some amazing restaurants in its central core and even had the area dubbed “Downtown Belmont.” The largest named neighborhood in the City limits, Belmont (or Belmont-Carlton, as it is often called) it has seen some dramatic changes in its housing and overall appeal.       Easily seen in the neighborhood is the prevalence of urban infill projects – taking those lots that are empty, underdeveloped or just in need of rehabilitation and using them for housing that is affordable and efficient. Residential housing in the Belmont neighborhood has a wide range of pricing – from as low as $150,000 for a single family home to as high as $500,000.   One such build...
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By Charles McDonald®, REALTOR®, Principal Broker®, Owner
(Charlottesville Solutions)
Click Here for all homes in Belmont $750,000 431 MONTICELLO RD, CHARLOTTESVILLE [375days] $499,000 1215 MONTICELLO RD, CHARLOTTESVILLE [464days] $374,900 804 HINTON AVE, CHARLOTTESVILLE [113days] $368,000 711 HINTON AVE, CHARLOTTESVILLE [9days] $349,000 822 MONTICELLO AVE, CHARLOTTESVILLE [18days] $305,000 1006 AVON ST, CHARLOTTESVILLE [131days] $275,000 1005 BLENHEIM AVE, CHARLOTTESVILLE [163days] $259,000 1320 EARLY ST, CHARLOTTESVILLE [1days] $259,000 919 BLENHEIM AVE, CHARLOTTESVILLE [1days] $249,900 1215 MONTICELLO RD, CHARLOTTESVILLE [466days] $249,000 1100 ALTAVISTA AVE, CHARLOTTESVILLE [149days] $210,000 917 ELLIOTT AVE, CHARLOTTESVILLE [10days] $199,900 1306 SE 6TH ST, CHARLOTTESVILLE [7days] $199,000 152 CARLTON RD, CHARLOTTESVILLE [299days] $189,500 628 DRUID AVE, CHARLOTTES...
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