Located between South Blvd. and Park Road, just south of Dilworth and adjacent to SouthEnd Historic District, Sedgefield features great residential intimacy just steps away from the action of surrounding neighborhoods.
Sedgefield has benefited tremendously from the development that followed the opening of the Lynx light rail that runs along the western border of the neighborhood — and will continue to do so as the many shopping, dining, and live/work projects underway along South Blvd come to fruition.
Bordered on the east by Park Road, Sedgefield has quick access to the Park Road Shopping Center, a 1950s-era crescent of shops, theaters and restaurants now injected with a new trendier look thanks to a recent renovation.
The neighborhood has also benefited from a decade of loving care as long-time residents and new arrivals — who value the location and beauty of these post-WWII cottages, colonials and brick ranches — have restored and renovated homes on every block. Some homes even feature basements, a rarity in Charlotte. Oak trees and green lawns blanket this welcoming neighborhood, just minutes from shopping, hospitals, major highways, premier office sites in Uptown and South Park.
Primarily a neighborhood of single-family homes, condos developments in Sedgefield include Hobbs Ridge, Park West, Sedgefield Parc, Sedgefield Station, Southborough, Stone Orchard, 3030 South, and Sedgefield condos.
If you are looking for a family friendly neighborhood that has fast moving property values take a look at Sedgefield. These cottages range from $150,000 to around $600,000.
Here are some useful links on Sedgefield:
Blue Line Rail Map
Charlotte Chamber of Commerce
City of Charlotte/Mecklenburg County Government
Myers Park High School
Park Road Shopping Center
Public Library for Charlotte & Mecklenburg County
Sedgefield Elementary School
Sedgefield Middle School