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Spotlight: Up-and-coming Eastwood Park

Charlotte’s Eastwood Park is a neighborhood full of possibilities. With affordable homes and location close to some of the city’s most popular hot spots, the enclave of older homes checks all the boxes for in-town living. Eastwood Park, which is mostly 1950s brick and partial brick ranches, is located between The Plaza and Eastway Drive at East Sugar Creek Road…

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Spotlight on Dilworth: One of Charlotte's hottest neighborhoods

Dilworth is one of Charlotte’s most desirable neighborhoods and happens to be the city’s first streetcar suburb. East Boulevard is the heart of Dilworth and is the main thoroughfare with restaurants, retail shops and everyday necessities close at hand. Dilworth’s borders are formed roughly by Morehead Street, South Boulevard and Ideal Way to Freedom Park. The neighborhood’s charm comes from…

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Neighborhood spotlight: Villa Heights

The inner-ring neighborhood of Villa Heights has undergone quite the transformation in the last decade to become a desirable and affordable single-family home community close to Center City. Though close to popular NoDa (The Arts District), Villa Heights is its own entity with a different vibe. It may cover a small land area, but this neighborhood has a lot of…

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Charm & character abound in Commonwealth Park!

If you want to proximity to Center City but the peace and quiet of a neighborhood and a yard of your own then you need to check out Commonwealth Park. The 500-acre area is located between Central and Commonwealth avenues north of Independence Boulevard (US 74) at Ovens Auditorium. Eastway Drive and Briar Creek Road for its northwest and southeast…

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What's not to love about Oakhurst?

Quaint. Quirky. Diverse. Charming. All these words could be used to describe the Oakhurst neighborhood. Its affordability and location have attracted a melting pot of people over the years, and now it is one of the last great neighborhoods close to Uptown that remains affordable. Oakhurst is  bordered by Independence Boulevard, Sharon Amity and Commonwealth Avenue. The majority of  homes…

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Eastover Neighborhood, Rich With History

As you’re driving, walking or bike riding through our lovely city, do you haver find yourself wondering what Charlotte’s spaces and places looked like 100+ years ago?  Eastover is a Charlotte neighborhood rich with history.  You can feel the past as you walk the streets of this neighborhood.  We are so fortunate that Eastover was well-documented, at a time when taking photographs was…

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Ballantyne

Living in Ballantyne is for you if: You like bundling. Not just your cable, but also your lifestyle. You like fine dining and finer housing. In Ballantyne, you can shop, live, work and play, with the Ballantyne resort and shopping centers like Ballantyne Village, Stonecrest, Blakely, Providence Commons, and Piper Glen. Hit the Golf Club at Ballantyne to play, and…

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Dilworth

Living in Dilworth is for you if: You like festivals, family, and food. You value a neighborhood whose rich historical background lends itself to homes built in the early 1900s. You value a walk in the park and an easy stroll to shops and restaurants. Dilworth is full of character, both in the architecture of the historic homes and the…

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South Park

Living in South Park is for you if: You like having access to Charlotte’s most upscale shops and restaurants. Only 5 miles south of Uptown, this neighborhood is popularly known for SouthPark Mall, the largest mall in North Carolina. You like to wine, dine, and shop til’ you drop. At South Park Mall, you can spend a day shopping top…

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South End

Living in South End is for you if: You like the light rail and Food truck Fridays. You enjoy art and the people who make art. You like food, furniture stores, and the farmers market. You like a neighborhood that is all about options. Historic South End, known at one time for its factories and mills, is located just south…

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