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Architecturally stunning buildings with spacious residences, beautiful grounds and world-class amenities in Charlotte’s popular Cotswold neighborhood. Convenience to shopping, dining, golf courses, schools, and entertainment. Welcome to Rosewood.

Rosewood’s 134 homes are divided between three elegant 8-story buildings that sit on nine acres of luxurious estate-like grounds. The grounds are covered with rose bushes, fountains, year-round greenery, and other beautiful scenery often found in a park or botanical garden. The area is so peaceful that residents could easily forget that they are just 5 minutes from the SouthPark Mall area and 10 minutes from Uptown. Rosewood is ideal for busy professionals and retirees who desire a low-maintenance home with as many conveniences as one can find in a major city. Young families will appreciate the community’s proximity to top schools.

Rosewood offer residents privacy, as well as 24-hour security. The formal gardens and walking trails are perfect for enjoying a beautiful Carolina day, while the gourmet coffee bar, fitness center with massage and personal training services, laundry service, and 5-star concierge are perfect for people on the go. Other amenities include a pool with patio, tennis court, a lounge, a meeting room, trash chutes, and private storage for each residence.

History

Despite its recent boom in population and business, Charlotte’s history actually dates back to its founding in 1768. Named for Queen Charlotte of England, settlers began farming the fertile land, but the discovery of gold in 1799 led to the first official gold rush on American land. It did not last long. The fortune-seekers eventually left for California, though many people stayed in the city to continue farming the area’s two main crops: cotton and tobacco.

After the Civil War, the railroads began to roll into town and with them came a new industry. Over the next few decades, Charlotte became one of the biggest textile producers in the world. By the 1970s, Charlotte was well on its way to becoming the major banking center that it is today, and over the next few decades the city saw an explosion in population and business opportunities. The Rosewood residences were built in 2008.

Quick Facts

  • Population: 810,000 (Charlotte)
  • Children who live at Rosewood will attend Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, including the highly sought-after Myers Park. Newsweek consistently ranks it as one of the top 40 schools in the entire country.
  • Charlotte’s top employers include the Carolina’s Healthcare System, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Walmart, Lowe’s, Duke Energy, Harris Teeter, Norvant Health, and American Airlines.
  • Located at the intersection of Providence and Sharon Amity Roads, Rosewood sits at the corner of Cotswold, one of Charlotte’s most desirable neighborhoods that dates back to the mid-1900s.
  • Rosewood is just 4 miles from Carolinas Medical Center, one of the top hospitals in the region.
  • Some of the nation’s most notable people in history are from the Charlotte area. They include Presidents James K. Polk and Andrew Jackson, author Carson McCullers, journalist and writer Charles Kuralt, and movie star Randolph Scott.

Local Attractions

One reason many people choose Rosewood is its proximity to, well, everything. You can walk to restaurants, churches, and a small shopping center in the neighborhood. Hop in the car and drive a few minutes southwest and you are in one of the most popular and upscale shopping districts in the entire state, the SouthPark Mall area. Parks and South Charlotte’s famous country clubs are also within a quick drive. If you prefer professional sports, concerts, museums, and culture, head 10 minutes north to Uptown where you can do everything from visit the NASCAR Hall of Fame and watch a Carolina Panthers game to take your kids to Discovery Place and see a Broadway play.

Dining

  • Leroy Fox – Just across the street from Rosewood is the popular Southern-style restaurant Leroy Fox. Enjoy your sweet tea and cocktails in a mason jar and your fried chicken unlike you have ever enjoyed it before. Bring the family for dinner on the patio or meet friends to watch a Panthers game or NASCAR race at the bar.
  • Eddie’s Place – Also just across the street from Rosewood is Eddie’s Place. Open early and late, you can grab breakfast before you start your morning or have a late dinner and drinks at the end of a long day at work. The restaurant has been a neighborhood staple since the 1990s, thanks to its casual, friendly atmosphere and New Orleans-style menu.
  • Block & Grinder – Wild game burgers, organic pork sandwiches, and shrimp and grits are just a few of the delicious items on the menu at Block & Grinder, which is also just across the street from Rosewood. The restaurant uses fresh ingredients and tries to get “back to the basics” in order to provide the healthiest and most delicious food possible to its customers.
  • Bruegger’s Bagels – Whether you stop in for lunch or breakfast, you must try a New York-style bagel or sandwich at Bruegger’s Bagels at least once. Located just up the road from Rosewood, locals enjoy the delicious food, low prices, and convenient hours at one of Charlotte’s favorite bagel restaurants.
  • The Pizza Peel & Tap Room – Another popular restaurant that is just up the street from Rosewood is The Pizza Peel & Tap Room. You will feel welcome the minute you open the door, and the delicious gourmet pizzas, sandwiches, tacos, and draft and bottle beer will have you coming back for more.

Transportation

  • Airports Charlotte Douglas International Airport is just about 12 miles from Rosewood. The busy airport serves over 45 million passengers annually.
  • Public Transportation – Bus service is available via the Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS). Two bus stations are located within walking distance of Rosewood.
  • Major Roads and Interstates – Rosewood is just minutes from Interstates 277 and 77. It sits at the intersection of two major roads: Sharon Amity and Providence.

Shopping

  • Cotswold Shopping Center – Rosewood is practically within walking distance of Cotswold Shopping Center where you can stock up on your everyday needs. Stores and restaurants here include Harris Teeter, Marshalls, PetSmart, Ulta, World Market, GameStop, IHOP, Starbucks, Bojangles’, Chick-fil-A, and Krispy Kreme.
  • SouthPark Mall – Rosewood is also less than two miles from the prestigious SouthPark Mall. The upscale shopping center is home to stores like Louis Vuitton, American Girl, Burberry, Coach, Hermes, Crate & Barrel, Kate Spade, Neiman Marcus, and Macy’s.
  • Phillips Place – Next to SouthPark Mall is a smaller but equally popular upscale shopping experience: Phillips Place. In addition to a theater, it is home to a number of restaurants and stores like Brooks Brothers, Restoration Hardware, Eileen Fisher, Paper Source, and Orvis.

Entertainment, Nightlife & Things To Do

  • Myers Park Country Club – Rosewood is a short drive from many of South Charlotte’s top country clubs and golf courses, including the Myers Park Country Club. The private club opened in 1921 and is home to a newly-renovated golf course, 13 tennis courts, a pool, and a fitness center.
  • Regal Phillips Place Stadium 10 – For a movie night, Rosewood residents can head to Regal Phillips Place Stadium 10 to see one of the latest blockbusters. The 10-screen theater features comfortable seating and concessions.
  • Park Road Park – Rosewood is also just a quick drive from the 122-acre Park Road Park. It offers residents 8 basketball courts, 2 horseshoe pits, 6 baseball fields, 5 picnic shelters, playgrounds, volleyball courts, an 11-acre lake, and 12 tennis courts considered to be the best public courts in the city. The Queens University softball team plays here, and the park hosts an annual fun fest.
  • Time Warner Cable Arena – For a night on the town, head to Uptown Charlotte to Time Warner Cable Arena. The venue is home to the Charlotte Hornets and the Charlotte Checkers, as well as the host of many concerts and other big live events.
  • Bank of America Stadium – If it is football you prefer, Bank of America Stadium is also located in the Uptown area. Catch a Panthers game on fall Sundays or tour the stadium throughout the year.

Real Estate Information

The condominiums at Rosewood typically start around $600,000 and range up to over $1.5 million. There are 134 total units that fall between 2,500 and 3,500 square feet. Each two or three-bedroom condo features hardwood floors, high ceilings, gourmet kitchens, and large private terraces. Each residence has two designated covered parking spaces. Three buildings make up the entire facility, and they sit on nine acres of land.

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