Dilworth has long been one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in all of Charlotte.
Founded in 1891 as Charlotte’s first streetcar suburb, Dilworth has a long history. Over a century later, fighting its way back through decay, preservation issues, and the demise of the streetcar line, Dilworth is today one of Charlotte’s premiere addresses. Chock full of historic homes, tree-lined streets, and tons of fabulous restaurants and retail shops, there’s a lot to love about Dilworth.
A few of the best features of Dilworth include…
Schools and Parks:
The Dilworth neighborhood is located in a highly-awarded school district, feeding into Dilworth Elementary School and Myers Park High School. In addition, there are many different private, Montissori, and religion-based schools in the area. For a family, it’s hard to beat Dilworth. Situated right next to Freedom Park, Charlotte’s most prestigious park, Dilworth is a great place for bikers, runners, hikers, and tennis players. Latta Park and the Midtown Greenway are also within walking distance to most of the neighborhood.
Sense of Community:
Dilworth has one of the most active neighborhood associations in all of Charlotte. Sponsoring several festivals, an annual neighborhood home tour, and even a Fall Jubilee, the Dilworth Community Development Association takes great pride in making the area a great place to live. You may even spot a few of the association’s sponsored art projects sprinkled throughout Dilworth! In general, residents in this part of Charlotte know each others’ names and there’s a real sense of community from street to street.
The Dilworth area, particularly East Blvd. and South Blvd., have tons of shops and restaurants suited for all occasions. From 300 East to The Liberty to Dilworth Gardens, there are dozens of places to walk to when you live in Dilworth. And who can forget about Charlotte’s most popular Starbucks location as well as one of the city’s largest Harris Teeter grocery stores?
Proximity to Uptown and CMC:
Dilworth is less than a mile to several stops on the LYNX lightrail system which leads directly into Uptown. By car the center of Uptown is less than two miles from most of Dilworth, and some residents even choose to bike or walk. Dilworth is a popular neighborhood for employees of Carolinas Medical Center, located right between Dilworth and Myers Park. In addition, I-77 is just a few short minutes away by car.
The Dilworth Neighborhood is home to some of the most beautiful houses in Charlotte. From majestic Victorians to pristine Crafstman-style homes, a drive through Dilworth shows how much pride residents have in their houses. Many parts of Dilworth are actually historically protected and the city has gone to great lengths to preserve the character and beauty of this particular part of town.
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