Belmont Heights is a beautiful historic area in Long Beach with roughly 11,000 residents that borders Ocean Boulevard and Livingston Drive. But, besides its historic beauty, it is a piece of Long Beach that all locals fall in love with. Here are a few reasons why.
Its homes are beautiful
Ranging from architectural styles that include Craftsman Bungalows, Victorians, Spanish Revival, Tudor Revival and Mediterranean not only are these home’s a sight to see but make up some of Long Beach’s most treasured neighborhoods. It is also the home of two historic districts.
Each home is unique
Take a walk down the neighborhoods in Belmont Heights and you won’t find two of the same residences side by side. One can find a spacious mansion next to a one-bedroom bungalow next to a condo complex. According to residents, there is a little bit of everything in Belmont Heights.
Residents preserve the area’s quality
Since most of the homes in Belmont Heights are of historic nature, residents are dedicated to preserving the area’s quality of life. The neighborhood association has more than a hundred dues-paying members. Many of whom regularly attend meetings.
Its a short walk to the beach
The ocean views are a reason why many locals love the area. The homes are a short walk from the ocean and they aren’t as crowded as other areas in Long Beach.
It’s a great escape from the city side of Long Beach
Those residents who want to escape the congested traffic and parking that Long Beach is often known for, but still live by the beach have made Belmont Heights there home. The area offers all the amenities Long Beach has to offer while still keeping a unique and small town feel to it.