"Gorgeous, quiet residential street"
Belmont Place E. is entirely residential about mid-way up Capitol Hill. It runs for two blocks, bounded by E. Prospect on the north side, and Belmont Ave. E. on the south, and crossed by Bellevue Place E. in the center. It is lush with trees, green lawns, and gardens. There are no businesses at all on this street, but it is only a few blocks away from Broadway and Summit, both of which have many commercial establishments. Belmont Place E. is predominately very large single family homes, with one or two actual apartment structures and a few huge homes that have been divided into multi-family dwellings. It is incredibly quiet and "off the beaten path." Street parking is allowed on one side of the street, but most of the residences have off street parking, so it isn't as hard to find street parking here as it is on the rest of the Hill. The street is incredibly well maintained and manicured. At the north end of the street, it essentially dead ends E. Prospect, which if you turn east on it, is only 6 blocks away from the enormous Volunteer Park. Rents are at a premium level on this street and residents expect it to be quiet and well kept.