Charlotte Homes Offer the Best Value
Although downtown Charlotte is commonly referred to as Uptown, iit has recently morphed from a financial and nightlife district to a desirable place to live. Several condominium developments in Uptown now offer comfortable amenities within walking distance of theater venues, museums and fine dining.
Near the downtown core is North Davidson, called NoDa by locals. A vibrant historic arts district, NoDa offers a mix of local shops and eateries plus live music among art galleries. Adjacent to NoDa is the emerging Plaza Midwood area, offering popular Charlotte restaurants.
Among the oldest neighborhoods and still one of the best, Myers Park provides Charlotte homebuyers with plenty for the money. For over a century, many prominent Charlotte citizens have lived in this unique neighborhood of southern mansions along tree-lined avenues and winding streets.
Adjacent to Myers Park is Dilworth, dotted with smaller bungalows along sidewalks and large oak trees. East Avenue is the main shopping and dining thorofare, and beautiful Freedom Park anchors the center of Dilworth.
South Charlotte has grown fast in recent years, from Uptown into adjacent York and Union counties. Schools and shopping malls have been added, with plenty of affordable suburban housing. The Ballantyne area is a must-see.