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Belmont Population: 24,759

Total Males: 11,360
Total Females: 13,399
Median Household Income: $105,717
Total Households: 9,527

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Brief Information About Belmont


Belmont is a state of Middlesex county in the U.S. State of Massachusetts. Belmont is also a suburb of Boston. Belmont has a total area of about 5 sq. miles. The town of Belmont has Arlington in the north, Watertown in the South, Waltham on the west, Arlington in the North and Lexington in the Northwest. There is a psychriatric hospital and a research center in Belmont. The town is primarily a residential suburb and it boasts of three major commercial centers like Belmont, Crushing and Waverly Square. The Public School of Belmont operates a number of schools in the area. There is a technical school as well in the area. Most of the residents are engaged in business and also with the education sector. There are some places of tourist interest which helps to attract a large number of local tourists in the area.



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