10 Oak Street Belmont, NC 28012
The one you've been waiting for! A must-see home in charming, historic Belmont. Wonderful open concept with a lovely entrance foyer, large great room, and a custom fireplace with built-ins. A chef's dream kitchen! This gorgeous kitchen has lots of countertop space for cooking, plus you can entertain in your formal dining room. This home features one bedroom on the main floor or it could be a great private office space. Spacious upstairs with great living space. Relax in your primary bedroom with a desirable en suite bath. There is so much to love. Enjoy your covered breezeway for outdoor living. The best thing about this home is that it is located in the heart of Belmont. Stroll to downtown for dinner or just take an evening walk to the park. Overflow parking available.
Listing Brokerage NameColdwell Banker Carver-Pressley, Realtors
Community - Belmont
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Belmont is a small town nestled between Charlotte and Gastonia, surrounded by natural beauty and filled with a charming atmosphere. With a quaint downtown and proximity to beautiful rivers, this tight-knit community is a wonderful place to call home.
Belmont real estate includes a pleasant mix of new and old, as the town works to preserve its history while accommodating a growing population with new construction neighborhoods. You will find a range of housing options in Belmont, from quaint single-story properties to regal estates on large lots. With a low median home price that is rapidly appreciating each year, Belmont is a great place to invest in real estate.
Lifestyle and Attractions
The small town of Belmont is situated about 15 miles west of Charlotte and 12 miles east of Gastonia. This central location puts a wide selection of employment opportunities, dining and shopping destinations, and entertainment within reach for residents of Belmont. With a population just over 10,000, Belmont has maintained its small-town feel, centering on a historic downtown area with historic homes and buildings, street lamps, brick sidewalks, and a charming town clock.
The town comes together with a number of annual community events and festivals, including Friday Night Live, a free outdoor concert series, in addition to a Christmas parade, Halloween party, fall festival and more. Business and leisure travelers may access the Charlotte Douglas International Airport with a short drive.
Belmont is surrounded by immense natural beauty and there are plenty of places residents may enjoy the outdoors through recreational activities. Belmont is nestled between two rivers, the Catawba River and the South Fork Catawba River, both of which feed into Lake Wylie to the south. The U.S. National Whitewater Center, a man-made center for whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking, is located on the other side of the Catawba River. The award-winning Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens is nearby as well, providing more than 380 acres of breathtaking gardens. Belmont has a number of pristine parks and trails, including Stowe Park located downtown and the Seven Oaks Preserve Trail winding through a wooded area.
Many Belmont residents work in and commute to Charlotte or Gastonia, while others may work at corporations in town, with more than 25 percent of employees in sales and office jobs.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Belmont has six schools in Gaston County Schools, and Belmont shares in the advances and innovations of educational opportunities in both Charlotte and Gastonia. There are no private schools within the city, but there are 55 private schools within the Greater Charlotte region. Belmont Abbey College and the Gaston College Kimbrell Campus are located in Belmont, and residents may access a number of colleges and universities in the region, including University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Queens University and more.
Settlement in the area that is now Belmont started in the 1750s around a fort built due to hostilities with the Native American Cherokee Tribe. The original name of the community was Garibaldi Station, but it was changed to Belmont in 1883 in honor of August Belmont, a prominent New York banker. Beginning in the 1850s, Belmont turned into a mill town, and its motto became “The City of Diversified Textiles,” although the last of the family-owned mills, R.L. Stowe Mills Inc., closed in 2009. Belmont has actively worked to preserve its historical buildings, and the Belmont Historical Society works towards “preserving the past for the sake of the future”.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 14.5 Miles
Gastonia: 10.5 Miles
Metro System: 1 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 7 Miles
CaroMont Regional Medical Center: 7.5 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 13 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 13.5 Miles
I-85: 1.5 Miles
I-485: 6 Miles
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