Dilworth

Grand front-porch architecture and outstanding walkability mark Dilworth as one of Charlotte’s most sought-after neighborhoods.

Originally created in 1900 as Charlotte’s first street-car suburb, many Dilworth residences are listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Development continued through the 1930s, leaving a treasure trove of large, period residential architecture, much of which has been lovingly restored in recent years. Latta Park, in the center of the neighborhood, features a playground, water park and theatre.

Every September Dilworth showcases its finest residences in an annual Home Tour.

The wide tree-lined streets and neighborly attitude add to the charm. Residents are seen waving from porches, strolling with dogs and kids, and walking to the restaurants and shops on East Boulevard and the nightlife in the recently revitalized SouthEnd District. Immediate proximity to Uptown via South Boulevard or the Lynx light rail close the deal: Dilworth’s got it all.

Nearby Neighborhoods: Southend and Sedgefield

  • You can purchase a one-bedroom small condo under 1,000 sq.ft. for under $200,000.
  • An older fixer-upper condo on the edge of the neighborhood can still be found in the low $100’s.
  • A classic craftsman bungalow – not renovated – will start in the low $300’s and go up to the low $500’s depending on location.
  • Large renovated homes start at about $700,000 and top out in the low millions.

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