Charlotte has a wealth of unique and diverse neighborhoods. Here are some of our favorites.
Charlotte’s center city, bound by the 277 loop and I-77, is a vibrant mix of nightlife, fine dining, banking towers, parks, museums, shopping, sports & music venues. Walk to it all from a townhouse, highrise, or Victorian home.
A native and newcomer favorite known for its bungalow charm and accessibility to Freedom Park, Dilworth has the ideal blend of old & new. Home to some of Charlotte’s premier dining & shopping, this walkable neighborhood has something for everyone.
An eclectic neighborhood near the southern corridor of Uptown Charlotte, between Wilmore and Dilworth, South End is home to locally owned shops, restaurants, lofts and Charlotte’s light rail with an artistic industrial sector.
A beautiful, historic Charlotte neighborhood with winding, tree-lined streets and stately homes on large lots. Myers Park is the heart of Charlotte’s original suburbs and is still considered one of the most coveted addresses.
Find a modern condo or historic craftsman home in this diverse neighborhood that extends northeast of center city to Charlotte Country Club. Midwood is known for its popular dining and nightlife, historic architecture, and eclectic atmosphere.
Adjacent to its prestigious sister neighborhood, Myers Park, Eastover consists mostly of large single-family homes on stately lots. The neighborhood is also home to the Mint Museum and Eastover Elementary School.
Charlotte’s renowned Arts District, known for its bohemian spirit, gallery crawls, local craft breweries and music scene. Make your home here in a loft condo, modern townhome, or one of NoDa’s Craftsman-style bungalows.
Located between Uptown and SouthPark, and adjacent to Eastover, Cotswold is a cozy close-in suburb with all the conveniences of a town unto itself. Make your home in a quaint brick 50’s ranch, a condo, or a new Craftsman-style two-story.
Nestled between I-74 and 7th Street, this walkable, quaint, residential pocket offers easy access to both the Elizabeth and Plaza Midwood neighborhoods and has its own neighborhood park (Chantilly Park) and Montessori school.
Convenient to Uptown, Elizabeth surrounds Presbyterian Hospital, Independence Park, and a host of restaurants & entertainment, including 2 of Charlotte’s most popular live music venues. Home of Charlotte’s new street car addition, as well as stunning historic houses with wraparound porches & large tree canopies.
Named after the popular, upscale SouthPark mall, this neighborhood is centered at the intersection of Fairview and Sharon Roads. SouthPark boasts large lots, southern architecture, generous sidewalks & tons of activities from wine bars, to Pops in the Park, and more shopping than any other Charlotte neighborhood.
Wesley Heights, gateway to West Charlotte, has dynamic center city views from its historic streets with an up-and-coming culinary scene and close proximity to Panthers Stadium. Tree-lined streets, greenway access and numerous public parks make this neighborhood ideal for the urban outdoor enthusiast.