Eagle Park is a traditional neighborhood combining single-family homes, cottage style homes and townhomes on the site of what was Eagle Mill, a textile mill and village owned and operated for decades by the Stowe family. The vision of the developers of Eagle Park is that of creating a truly pedestrian-oriented community, one with a network of sidewalks and parks allowing neighbors to connect and to get to know one another.
Eagle Park is a neighborhood being carefully woven into the fabric of Belmont. This commitment is evident in the styling of the homes being built, homes that offer welcoming front porches and ones that compliment the community’s numerous pocket parks, playground, clubhouse and pool.
Living at Eagle Park
Daily walks through the neighborhood, bike rides to Main Street, Stowe Park and Goat Island Park & Greenway, hot summer nights at the pool, or Bunko games in the clubhouse: these experiences are all a part of living at Eagle Park; it’s a neighborhood where friendships and bonds are created daily at the community’s playground, bark park, pool, and many pocket parks. Eagle Park has grown significantly over the past two years and with this growth has come community vitality, as seen in the events and experiences realized.
The city of Belmont hosts numerous events throughout the year including the Belmont Criterium bike race through the town’s streets held each spring. Friday Night Live gatherings held bi-monthly from spring to early fall feature great bands and are attended by residents of all ages. Garibaldifest is a great art festival held during the third Saturday of May. The Belmont community brings in each holiday season with the Belmont Christmas Parade, a parade complete with decorated floats and bands, supported by the city’s schools and citizenry.