A common question we get from people relocating to Charlotte, North Carolina is “which Charlotte neighborhood is right for me?”
Indeed, Charlotte is a city of many great neighborhoods, each with its own advantages and personality. Choosing the best place to call home has a lot to do with your own priorities and preferences. Are you looking for a quiet community for a growing family? Do you prefer to be close to nature? Is walkability important to you? Are you looking for artistic inspiration? Are you looking for a vibrant nightlife?
Your knowledgeable real estate agent can give you specific details about the particular benefits of each Charlotte neighborhood. For now, let’s take a look at a few examples of some of the more popular neighborhoods and subdivisions and why people like them.
Located in South Charlotte, the Ballantyne community offers the best of suburban living, serving as both a commercial hub and a recreation destination. Enjoy several great shopping destinations just minutes away, relax at a luxury spa, play 18 holes at a PGA-ranked golf course, or commute just minutes to work at one of the top corporate parks in the city. Homes in this area tend to be newer and larger, with plenty of room to raise a family or entertain guests.
North Davidson Arts District (NoDa, for short) is not only one of Charlotte’s most walkable neighborhoods, but also one of its most eclectic creative communities. A haven for artists and art lovers alike, this community was once a residential village for workers in a nearby mill, but today has evolved into a thriving neighborhood of fine eateries, art galleries, live music venues and numerous community events.
Known for its bungalows and historic charm, the Dilworth neighborhood began as one of Charlotte’s first “streetcar suburbs” in the late 1800s. Today, with many of the historic homes restored, Dilworth is coveted for its quiet serenity, ample park space, tree-lined streets, fine restaurants and overall walkability.
Representing some of the finest in-town living available in Charlotte, SouthPark is an upscale neighborhood of winding streets and stately homes, not to mention one of the most popular shopping destinations in the state. Browse the exclusive stores of SouthPark Mall, dine in some of the best restaurants in town, or catch a concert at the gorgeous outdoor Symphony Park — all within minutes of your home.
These are just a few of the many wonderful neighborhoods to be found here in Charlotte. Acquaint yourself with all of Charlotte’s neighborhoods, and don’t hesitate to reach out to the team Dickens Mitchener help you find your dream home. For more information, call today at (704) 661-2402.