Come be a part of an eclectic community w beautiful architecture & tree-lined sidewalks. Within walking distance to 3 city parks, miles of greenway trails, shops, restaurants, pubs, grocery stores & booming SouthEnd! Connect w center city just moments away by foot, bike, scooter, light rail or city bus. Dilworth is a thriving in-town neighborhood maintaining a historic district designation. 1818 Lennox is one of this district's true treasures. Step inside & fall in love! Sit & read the owner's letter as you could be the next caretaker of this special place. Built to last, sturdy + strong, this iconic home has 10' ceilings, 6 paneled doors, original wood flooring, large BDs, spacious living areas & a formal DR featuring original pocket doors, and oh, the nooks & crannies! Move right in or make it your own. Historic District guidelines apply. Check out NC Tax Credits too! https://www.ncdcr.gov/about/history/division-historical-resources/state-historic-preservation-office/restoration-4
- dilworth elementary school
- sedgefield middle school
- metro school
- sedgefield elementary school
- military and global leadership academy at marie g. davis
- myers park traditional elementary school
- elizabeth traditional elementary school
- eastover elementary school
- collinswood language academy
- first ward arts elementary
Community - Dilworth-Myers Park
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Dilworth and Myers Park, located directly south of Uptown Charlotte, are among Charlotte’s best places to live. These two adjacent neighborhoods are known as some of the most prestigious in the area for their collection of historic homes, proximity to Uptown, and variety of attractions.
Dilworth and Myers Park real estate hosts captivating, historic homes along tree-lined streets. In Dilworth you’ll find a wide mix of homes, featuring a combination of restored historic properties and completely new construction residences. Myers Park hosts mostly estate homes on spacious lots, and has maintained its original charm since the neighborhood’s inception. Queens Road in Myers Park is notorious throughout the South for its stately mansions lined with sky-reaching oaks. Both Dilworth and Myers Park offer an upscale selection of homes in a variety of styles, sizes and location.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Residents of Dilworth and Myers Park enjoy the privacy and beauty of these prestigious historic neighborhoods filled with amenities and attractions. They may also access their workplace and other nearby Uptown destinations in a matter of minutes. Dilworth is known for its wide selection of dining options, including ethnic restaurants, high-end eateries and cafes. The unique combination of safe, quiet neighborhoods with convenient access to neighborhood hotspots makes this an especially desirable area to call home.
Nearby attractions for Dilworth-Myers Park residents include Myers Park Country Club, one of Charlotte’s oldest and finest private clubs with an exquisite golf course. These beautiful neighborhoods are dotted with small community parks, creeks, water features, and peaceful walking trails. Dilworth-Myers Park is adjacent to the Levine Children’s Hospital and Carolinas Medical Center, making this a popular area for nurses, doctors and other hospital staff members to reside. Grocery stores, shopping centers and other everyday conveniences are also located in or nearby these communities.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Residents of Dilworth-Myers Park enjoy proximity to the area’s public schools, including Dilworth Elementary School, Selwyn Elementary School, Alexander Graham Middle School and Myers Park High School. Nearby private schools include St. Ann Catholic School and Philips Academy.
Queens University of Charlotte, a private Presbyterian university, is located within Myers Park. Nearby uptown universities include Johnson & Wales, Northeastern University, and Johnson C. Smith University.
Dilworth began in 1890 and was connected to Uptown with the city’s first electric trolley. The neighborhood’s development in the 1910s was led by a team of landscape designers, including Frederick Olmsted, a renowned architect who designed New York’s Central Park and the grounds of the Biltmore Estate in Asheville. John Nolen, a notable landscape architect and urban designer, built most of Myers Park in the early 1900s. One of the community’s original homes, constructed in 1913, still stands today. This building and other historic buildings and sites have been carefully preserved, including stone structures that were once trolley stops.
Approximate Distance to:
Uptown Charlotte: 2–4 Miles
Metro System: 1–3.5 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 8–10.5 Miles
Levine Children’s Hospital: 1–2 Miles
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center: 2.5 Miles
Carolinas Medical Center: 1–2.5 Miles
I-277: 1.5–4 Miles
I-77: 2.5–5 Miles
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