Wilmore and the newly revitalized SouthEnd District are among Charlotte’s fastest up-and-coming neighborhoods — some areas have definitely arrived! Filled with charming bungalows from the ’20s and ’30s, this neighborhood has the style of Dilworth but with more modestly sized homes at more affordable prices. When you look at the amazing downtown skyline views visible from almost every street, it is no wonder that this neighborhood is so hot.
Look for a new “edible walkway” on Kingston Street thanks to a grant from the City of Charlotte’s Keep Charlotte Beautiful (KCB) program.
Perhaps Wilmore’s greatest charm is its convenience. Walking distance from the Lynx light rail, Uptown is mere minutes away. But you don’t have to catch a train to enjoy SouthEnd’s trendy shops, restaurants and brew pubs. The light rail sparked a rebirth of the SouthEnd, which now booms with apartments and mid-rise condo construction with more in the works. As much as this neighborhood is happening, it isn’t finished happening yet.
Wilmore Price Points
Homes in Wilmore range from the low $100’s to the low 300’s. You can find a nicely renovated 3-beds, 2-bath home in the mid $200’s.
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Historic Wilmore home beautifully reinvented by Australian architect, Maria Gigney, and brought to life by the talented crew at Height Design + Build. Incredible attention to detail in every facet of this unprecedented marriage of traditional & modern. Its modest street front conceals an awe-inspiring transition to a sanctuary of floor-to-ceiling glass, polished concrete floors, fenced rear yard & terrace. Side-light reveal stairs lead to a glass-accented catwalk with wide plank, oak wood floors & into the owners retreat featuring: custom walk-in closet; built-in bench seating & mirror; attached office with built-in cabinets & computer niche. Owners bath with oversized, zero entry shower & frameless glass divider; locally-sourced, live edge, reclaimed wood vanity; custom accents and rolling panel enclosure. Honestly, just go see the house. If you're property nerds, like us, ask your broker for the features list in attachments.
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