"Perfect Street For Peace & Quiet"
I grew up on Fairmount Boulevard as child, and I have always had fond memories of living on this street. The neighbors were extremely friendly, and there was a baseball diamond situated right next to the street where I would play all the time. If baseball isn't your game, there are a few schools within walking distance where you could go and find fields to play on. This street seemed to be the heart of it all and would lead you down to Cedar Hill or out to I-271. This street is almost entirely residential with a few bars and restaurants right where it meets Cedar Road. Like Shaker Boulevard, this street is beautiful with plenty of good looking homes that you pass by on your way. This road is situated in Shaker Heights and Beachwood, which are two beautiful townships that are extremely well-maintained and never have ongoing construction for extended periods of time. This road is one where you could raise a family or one where you could rest easy to retire. Though it may seem like a busy street, they have replaced most of the streetlights with stop signs so that traffic flows very evenly. Living on Fairmount Boulevard was truly a luxury as it was always well taken care of by the town and the surroundings were gorgeous.