Cotswold is an established area in Charlotte next to parks, excellent schools and top shopping and dining destinations just minutes from Uptown. Whether you are taking your child to school or heading out for dinner at a favorite restaurant, you can easily walk along the peaceful streets and sidewalks past the beautiful, unique homes built over the course of the last 70 years. In recent years, the area has become a hotspot for young families and professionals. “Proximity to Uptown, our international airport and many of Charlotte’s top employers are part of what make this community so popular,” according to Catharine Pappas, VP of Relocation at Dickens Mitchener. “Also, the convenience of having shopping destinations and schools located right there in the neighborhood just adds to its appeal,” she explains. Welcome home to Cotswold!
In 1956, the Cotswold Village shopping center became one of the first malls in the city, and it made the mostly rural area around it a hotspot for city dwellers who wanted to get away from it all. They began moving to the area and named it Cotswold after the beloved shopping center which is still in business today. Modern Cotswold residents still have access to world-class shopping and dining, as well as unlimited business opportunities all over the Metropolitan Charlotte area.
Shopping and Dining in Cotswold
Look no further than Cotswold for great shopping in and around the neighborhood. Of course, the Cotswold Villageshopping center is a popular and historic shopping destination in the Cotswold community, featuring a Harris Teeter, Starbucks, Walgreens, Smashburger, ULTA Beauty, Marshall’s, PetSmart, Panera and Cost Plus World Market. Nearby Park Road Shopping Center also includes a variety of stores such as Harris Teeter, Blackhawk Hardware, Michael’s, Walgreens, restaurants, banks, hair salons, a post office and even a gas station. In addition, Cotswold is just minutes from the upscale SouthPark Mall, one of the most popular shopping destinations in North Carolina featuring Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Belk, Nordstrom, Apple, American Girl, Crate & Barrel, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Kate Spade, Tiffany & Co. and Coach.
Dining hotspots in Cotswold include Eddie’s Place (a favorite local neighborhood bar and restaurant, serving up dishes inspired by New Orleans cuisine), Mezzanotte (casual, family-friendly Italian) and Leroy Fox (one of the hottest places to eat and have a drink in Cotswold). Also, don’t miss the breakfast at Poppy’s Bagels and More, a well-known spot just south of Cotswold.
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Are you interested in learning more about Charlotte’s Cotswold neighborhood? Your preferred Dickens Mitchener agent or Catharine Pappas are always available to help. The quality of life Cotswold provides due to its convenient location and great shopping, schools and dining is remarkable. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to live in such a special place. Contact us today if you aren’t currently working with an agent to get started with your home search!