Belle Mont Estate
The Belle Mont Estate was a 551-tract of land what would later become much of the Belmont-Carlton neighborhood.  When its owner, Slaughter Ficklin, died in 1886, the property was sold to the Belmont Land Company and an urban grid system was developed.
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There was also a prominent mansion on the property, and it is often confused with a mansion near Keswick that carries the same name. What is now known as Belmont House is located at 759 Belmont Avenue. See that page for more information.
- 1820: Charles Winn acquires the property from Charles Bankhead
- 1846 or 1847: Slaughter Ficklin acquires the property at auction
- 1891: Purchased by Belmont Land Company
- Web. Belmont - A History of a Neighborhood, James H. Buck Jr., Paper for James Kinard's Local History course, May 1980, retrieved July 28, 2014.