Welcome to Charlotte’s first residential neighborhood located just one mile from the heart of the Queen City. Bisected by East Boulevard and shouldered by neighboring Queens Blvd and Myers Park. Dilworth is one of Charlottes most desirable neighborhoods that is rich in history, culture, dining and entertainment.
East Blvd is a historic tree lined street comprised of a collection of large Victorian and Craftsman Style homes with large front porches on estate size lots. Many of the homes have been converted to businesses such as bakeries, restaurants, law firms and hair salons. Peppered throughout the neighborhood are many other retail and business establishments.
Much of the Charlotte’s and other cities Craftsman Architecture is traced back to the Dilworth Neighborhood. As many developers have replicated the Craftsman Style homes with large front porches, classic columns, shake siding, metal roofs and other historic features.
Its close proximity to Uptown, Interstates and the Airport combined with great dining, entertainment and quality schools make this one of the most sought after communities in all of Charlotte.
In the heart of Dilworth is Freedom Park one of the Charlotte’s Crown jewels a majestic well manicured park of open green space, centered by a large duck pond and bordered with scenic foot bridges, walking and bike trails. The Park is host to annual Festivals, Movie Nights, Concerts and daily rituals for many that includes walking the dog, jogging pick nik in the park or a friendly game of Frisbee. The park includes a number of Tennis and Basketball courts and a variety of Softball and Soccer fields.
Some of your best local dining is found in Dilworth and ranges from casual to gourmet, sushi to food trucks and home to Charlotte landmark Price’s Chicken Coop.
If Uptown Living in one of Charlottes most happening neighborhoods is your desire than Dilworth will surely be among the top of your list.