Lansdowne is a quaint residential neighborhood located in south Charlotte.
Lansdowne neighborhood is relatively small, only about 1.5 square miles, but it’s a popular place for fist-time homebuyers and families. Full of brick homes, ranch-style houses, and two-story colonials, Lansdowne is conveniently located in the heart of southeast Charlotte. On the Move Charlotte is your Lansdowne neighborhood real estate team!
A few of the best features of the Lansdowne neighborhood include…
Location, Location, Location:
Bordered by Providence Road and Sardis Road and in the south by McAlpine Creek, Lansdowne sits right in the middle of one of the most desirable parts of Charlotte. With easy access to I-77, Interstate 485, and many of the city’s largest commuter thoroughfares there are few places in Charlotte not a short drive from Landsdowne. Close enough to commute, but quiet enough to be peaceful!
Privacy and Atmosphere:
Lansdowne has hundreds of mature trees making for a peaceful, private community atmosphere. The streets are wide and most are lined with sidewalks making it a perfect place to stroll with family or pets. You won’t hear any traffic noise inside Lansdowne and the neighborhood association does a great job keeping the area clean, well-manicured, and signage up.
The neighborhood is actually adjacent to James Boyce Park, a massive 72-acre green area with two softball fields, a playscape, and walking trails. Both Campbell Creek and McAlpine Creek Greenway connect to James Boyce providing a variety of hiking and walking options. Mason Wallace Park and Carmel Road Park are also just a short drive away.
Lansdowne Elementary School is one of the highest-rated lower schools in the city, and Providence Day private school is also just minutes from most of the neighborhood. Charlotte Country Day School is close by as are several different magnet schools and reputable public middle and high schools as well.
Shopping and Dining:
You’d be hard-pressed to find an area in Charlotte more central to so many shopping and dining options. Southpark Mall is just over 3 miles away, and Phillips Place is even closer. Cotswold Village Shops as well as several small retail and restaurant clusters are also a short drive (some even walkable!) and the Arboretum Shopping Pavillion is just a 5-minute drive.
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