Blog

Your Best Source for Residential Real Estate in Charlotte

Living in Eastover


There is a place just south of Uptown Charlotte that feels as if it is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet it is just a mile or two from many businesses and hotspots. The historic, sought-after residential community features beautiful historic homes and estates, gently rolling hills, large shaded lots, and some of the friendliest neighbors you will find in North Carolina. Find out more about living in Eastover.

Eastover History

Eastover dates back to 1927 when a man named E.C. Griffith developed what was once a couple of old dairy farms next to the Myers Park neighborhood. The community eventually attracted some of the city’s most prominent residents and continues to do so today.

Living in Eastover

Eastover is one of the most sought after places to live in all of the Charlotte area. Tree-lined streets, proximity to great schools, beautiful parks, small local shops and restaurants are just a few of the things that make the neighborhood so special. The home architecture features so many unique styles, you won’t find cookie-cutter homes in this area. From Georgian to Tudor styles, sprawling estates and large bungalows that all sit on large, shady lots among the neighborhoods lush greenery, mature oak trees, and babbling creeks.

Shopping & Dining in Eastover

Along Providence Road you will find an assortment of restaurants and the Mint Museum is located within the boundaries of the community. There are several prominent shopping centers within a 5-10 minute drive, and uptown Charlotte is just northwest of the area. Some local favorites are Laurel Market, Napa on Providence, Fenwick’s and Pasta & Provisions. Charlotte’s is a popular boutique for the ladies, and John Dabbs is the place to find a unique gift for any occasion.

Eastover Home Prices

The real estate market trends indicate an increase of $65 (14%) in the average price per square foot over the past 6 months. The average time on market for properties in Eastover is 3 days. Buyers can expect to pay 101% of the seller’s asking price.

More Information About Eastover

Are you considering a move to Eastover, Charlotte, NC? Dickens Mitchener agents have lived in the area for many years and are the neighborhood experts for living in Eastover. Contact your preferred agent today or call Catharine Pappas at 704.661.2402 to be paired with an agent.