Featured Neighborhood: Sedgefield

sedgefield sign

Sedgefield is one of Charlotte’s fastest-growing neighborhoods.

Located just south of historic Dilworth, the Sedgefield neighborhood is truly on the move. A popular spot for young professionals and families, Sedgefield is mostly comprised of ranch-style homes, craftsman houses, and traditional brick homes. There’s a lot of renovation going on in this area and it’s a hot place to score a deal on a property that’s ripe for upgrades. Close to Park Road, I-77, and all the restaurants and shops of Dilworth and Southend, Sedgefield is Charlotte’s next big neighborhood.

A few of the best features of the Sedgefield neighborhood include…

 

park road shopping centerShops and Restaurants:

Sedgefield is sandwiched between Park Road and South Boulevard, both teeming with retail and restaurants. From Park Road Shopping Center (which has tons of eateries and even a movie theater!) to the ethnic restaurants and big-box home stores of South Boulevard, there are few things homeowners could need that aren’t a short drive from Sedgefield.

Access to Highways:

Many commuters choose to live in Sedgefield whether they work in Uptown or South Charlotte. Just minutes from several entrances to I-77 and just a few miles from Independence Boulevard. Sedgefield’s far enough from the highways to avoid major traffic issues but close enough for a short commute. The light rail is also walkable from some parts of Sedgefield.

sedgefield parkNearby Parks:

Freedom Park, Charlotte’s flagship outdoor space, is less than a mile from most parts of Sedgefield. Additionally, the neighborhood has its own 5-acre park, the aptly-named Sedgefield Park, as well as E.B. Moore Park. The streets of Sedgefield are wide and tree-lined and most have sidewalks which make it a perfect place for avid runners, walkers, or young families to stroll.

Community Atmosphere:

People are always out and about in Sedgefield. With a 20-year old neighborhood association, the neighborhood has a real sense of community and often features street clean ups, block parties, and neighborhood fundraisers. The Sedgefield public school district is a plus for many families, too. If you’re looking for subdivision-style living without all the hassle of an organized political system within the community, Sedgefield may be the place.

frontHome Buyer Options:

One of the best things about Sedgefield is the variety of home styles available here. No matter what kind of budget you’re working with you can usually find something in the area that works for you – but you may have to be willing to do some renovating! Plenty of homes here have been lovingly restored and maintained and Sedgefield is truly a neighborhood you can buy a first home in, raise a family in, and retire in.

 

final-logo

No one knows Sedgefield better than On the Move Charlotte.

Want to learn more about buying or selling in Sedgefield? Contact Leigh Bryant and Michelle Duyck at 704.516.3318 today to talk about your options.

0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *