Welcome to Charlotte, NC!
Charlotte’s wonderful climate and varied environment provides an amazing array of activities and lifestyles. You’ll find golf in Ballantyne, boating in Lake Norman, shopping in SouthPark, art walks in NoDa, restaurants in Dilworth, and nightlife in Uptown. There are many exceptional areas in Charlotte – enough to find just the right home for you.
The neighborhood of Myers Park—located on the west side of Providence Road and south of Uptown Charlotte—is one of the city’s most prestigious residential areas. With impressive historic mansions and gently curving streets lined with giant oak trees, the area boast picturesque Southern charm and a quiet elegance that stands apart from the bustling Uptown neighborhoods only minutes away. Myers Park offers close proximity to one of Charlotte’s best medical facilities, the Presbyterian Hospital, as well as plenty of educational institutions, such as the Myers Park Traditional School, the Myers Park High School, and the highly acclaimed Queens University of Charlotte. Attractions within the neighborhood include the nearby Mint Museum of Art in Eastover, as well as many historic landmarks, such as the former home of Duke University founder James Buchanan Duke (which now serves as a bed and breakfast), the Myers Park Methodist Church, and the Myers Park Presbyterian Church. The neighborhood also offers casual and fine dining, Theater Charlotte, Myers Park Country Club, Wing Haven (a garden and bird sanctuary), specialty retail shops, and banking centers.
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The neighborhood of Eastover is located on the east side of Providence Road, southeast of Uptown Charlotte. Noted for its elegant historic single-family estates, the neighborhood is paired with Myers Park as one of Charlotte's most prominenet residential areas. Situated on a slight hillseide that slopes down to Briar Creek, Eastover is pleasantly void of commercial development except for that along Providence Road, and only contains the Eastover Elelmentary School, one church, and the Mint Museum of Art. The atmosphere of Eastover is peaceful and sereene, a true retreat from Charlotte's hectic central business district. Cherokee Road and Eastover Road, gently curving south through the neighborhood, showcase some of Eastover’s finest homes on sprawling lots shaded with towering Oak trees. The prevailing architectural style in the older areas of Eastover is classic red-brick Georgian Colonial Revival, with a few fine examples of Tudor Revival as well.
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A vibrant community nestled between Myers Park, Eastover and Foxcroft. You will find yourself in close proximity to SouthPark Mall, unique dining establishments, schools and amenities. It offers a true sense of hospitality. A neighborhood home to large lots, mature trees and residents believing and investing in the community – Cotswold provides a unique blend of old Charlotte charm and homes both new and old. You will become part of a tradition of family, friends, community and neighborhood.
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Elizabeth is a haven for quaint shops, salons, eateries and pubs. Independence Park, the oldest public park in the city featuring gardens, playgrounds, and picnic areas, lies hereToday, the streets are shaded by a canopy of half-century-old willow oaks, and its comfortable grandeur remains intact. Most impressive about Elizabeth is its sense of space. The original homes were built in the days of big families and big dining rooms. Thrown into the mix are wonderful bungalows, up fitted condominiums, and small neighborhood shopping clusters. This ideal location is convenient to Uptown, numerous medical facilities and Independence Park. The presence of Kings College and Central Piedmont Community College add to Elizabeth’s distinctive identity.
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One of Charlotte’s streetcar-era suburbs, the captivating neighborhood of Dilworth is, as Southern Living puts it, “the picture of vitality.” Bungalow-style homes, oak-shaded sidewalks, and a traditional neighborhood feel characterize this popular area.Up and down Dilworth’s main thoroughfare, East Boulevard, visitors can stumble on hip eateries, trendy boutiques, corner cafes and more.Chocked full of trendy boutiques with upscale clothing, specialty items, home décor and more shoppers are sure to satisfy retail therapy for every taste and need. A magnet for Charlotte’s young professionals and their families, the historic bungalows paired with urban condos are complemented by majestic oak-shaded sidewalks.
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The SouthPark area sits 6 miles south of Uptown and is centered around the SouthPark Mall which opened in 1970. The property that now features one of the largest shopping malls in the state was once a part of a 3,000-acre farm owned by former North Carolina Governor Cameron Morrison. Here, vistors can experience lavish spas, indulge in decadent cuisine, or peruse the friendly confines of quality retailers. SouthPark Mall is considered the luxury shopping destination in the Carolinas. In addition to the mall, SouthPark is also a residential center and one of the largest business districts in Charlotte and the state of North Carolina, with an estimated 40,000 employees. SouthPark also hosts the Charlotte Symphony's Summer Pops series. Many of SouthPark's neighborhoods are older, developed in the 1970s and 1980s and are larger properties with established trees and sidewalks. However, there are new estates being built in the area as well as mix-use shopping and residential centers that are trying to attract some of the cities young professionals away from downtown.
Ballantyne sits on what used to be the Morrison hunting preserve. The 2,000-acre development is practically a town unto itself. Within its borders are a 535-acre corporate park, which includes office buildings, a resort hotel, an 18-hole, daily-fee golf course and the Dana Rader School of Golf.Ballantyne includes a country club community, with a growing number of neighborhoods with homes that range from starter homes to estates that sell for millions of dollars. Ballantyne is a booming community, which features upscale restaurants, high-end shopping, corporate offices, homes and more.One of the area’s most appealing attributes is the Ballantyne Resort & Spa, a luxury destination for golf and relaxationBallantyne's sought-after South Charlotte location and high-performing schools have led many families to this popular community.
One of the trendiest residential areas, with glitzy condominiums, rehabbed lofts, new single-family homes, townhomes and elegant Victorian homes within blocks of each other. Uptown or Downtown is where Charlotte's business sector is located, largely made up of banking and other financial service industries. About 77,000 people work in Charlotte's center city. Museums, sporting venues, hotels, restaurants, and bars are heavily concentrated in Uptown Charlotte as well.
Plaza Midwood is one of Charlotte, NC’s most diverse and eclectic neighborhoods. Located just northeast of uptown, the area is home to a thriving business district, a picturesque historic neighborhood, and one of Charlotte’s most prestigious country clubs. The focus of the neighborhood is The Plaza, a tree-lined boulevard that bisects it north to south, from Central Avenue to its intersection with Parkwood Avenue. The neighborhood gets its name from The Plaza and Midwood, one of its larger subdivisions. The Plaza Midwood business district features an exciting blend of antique and consignment stores and art galleries. Boutique shops offer unique clothing and home furnishings and accessories. Locally-owned restaurants give diners the choice of everything from Southern homestyle cooking to authentic ethnic cuisine.The predominant residential neighborhood of this area, Midwood, takes pride in its historic roots. Many of the bungalow-style homes have been restored to their turn-of-the-century charm and beauty. Pedestrian-friendly streets and sidewalks are shaded by crepe myrtles and ancient pin oaks, and lined by front-yard gardens.
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NoDa, SoHo’s little sister, is Charlotte’s historic “arts district” located on North Davidson, just north of Center City. After the closing of the area’s last mill, NoDa began a renaissance of sorts in the 1980s that drew young artists into the area who had a vision of developing a new art community for Charlotte residents. Today, NoDa is home to a funky collection of galleries, performance venues and dining hotspots.The largest intact Mill Village in Mecklenburg County is here, and so is a lively scene of fine art galleries, music venues, and great restaurants. Put them all together and you have the richness of character this area is known for. Along with the turn-of-the century Mill homes are assorted bungalows and a number of newly constructed infill condominiums and live/work lofts. This eclectic neighborhood offers urban living with a small town atmosphere, and was named by “Money” magazine as one of the best places to live in Charlotte
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South End is just south of Center City and pairs an assorted mix of restaurants, antique shops, and retail with a relaxed atmosphere. Fine local and regional performing and visual artists host a bevy of live music, monthly gallery crawl events, and festivals like the “Art and Soul of South End.”Once a community of light industry and cotton mills, design-related industries, restaurants and residential living have revived the beauty and versatility of these industrial buildings that are full of character.