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Mature oak trees cover the grounds of this sophisticated neighborhood where the properties are spacious and the surrounding shopping amenities are the best in the state. Welcome to SouthPark.

Six miles south of Uptown is the booming, popular community of SouthPark, named after the upscale SouthPark Mall, which opened in 1970. The property that now features a 1.8 million square foot shopping facility, the largest shopping mall in the state, was once a part of a 3,000 acre farm, owned by former North Carolina Governor Cameron Morrison. SouthPark Mall is considered the luxury shopping destination in the Carolinas where you can experience lavish spas, indulge in decadent cuisine or peruse the friendly confines of quality retailers.

About SouthPark Neighborhood

In addition to the mall, SouthPark is also a valued residential area and one of the largest business districts in Charlotte and the state of North Carolina, with an estimated 40,000 employees. The majority of SouthPark’s neighborhoods are older, ranch-style homes developed in the 1970s and 1980s and are on larger properties with established trees and sidewalks. Many of the neighborhoods have associated swim and tennis clubs. However, there are new estates being built in the area as well as mix-use shopping and residential centers that are attracting some of the city’s young professionals and their families. Within SouthPark, you will find the unique and beautiful community of Foxcroft which is one of Charlotte’s most desirable neighborhoods. The mature trees, incredible landscaping and tremendous school system feeding into Myers Park High School are just a few of the attributes that make Foxcroft such charming, great place to live.

Also conveniently located in the heart of SouthPark is the Harris YMCA, which has promoted youth development, healthy living and social responsibility in the community for more than 30 years. SouthPark also hosts the Charlotte Symphony’s Summer Pops series, a city tradition since 1983, where families and friends come together and enjoy outdoor orchestral concerts for four Sundays in June and one additional America-themed concert in July to celebrate Independence Day.

Subdivisions of SouthPark

Foxcroft, Barclay Downs, Montibello, Stonecroft, Quail Hollow, Royden, Beverly Woods, Morrocroft Estates, Dovewood, Heydon Hall, Seven Eagles, Madison Oaks, Deering Oaks, Carmel County Club, Barclay Downs, Giverny

Homes for Sale in SouthPark

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