Ballantyne Country Club

Featuring both townhouses and single family homes, Ballantyne Country Club is a popular place to raise a family. Neighborhood amenities abound — including golf, a clubhouse, tennis and a community pool.
Dilworth

Dilworth is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the Charlotte’s oldest and most scenic neighborhoods. Established by entrepreneur and streetcar owner, Edward Dilworth Latta in the 1890s, the 250 acres became the city’s first...
Eastover

Eastover got its start in 1927 by Charlotte's E.C. Griffith Company and was envisioned as a competitor to Myers Park, deemed at the time "The finest unified suburban development south of Baltimore." From its founding to the present day, Easter has been the...
Foxcroft

Foxcroft is one of Charlotte’s most desirable neighborhoods, where mature, lush landscaping surrounds luxury homes on large lots. Home styles include Georgian, traditional and French Provincial. Residents enjoy community fountains and gardens, as well as...
Lake Norman

Lake Norman, created between 1959 and 1964, is the largest manmade body of fresh water in North Carolina and was formed as a part of the Cowans Ford Dam construction by Duke Energy. With 520 miles of shoreline in the four counties of Mecklenburg, Iredell,...
Myers Park

A drive through Historic Myers Park gives you the sense of the grandeur associated with this gorgeous community. In 1911, renowned landscape Architect John Nolen turned a 1220-acre cotton farm into what has become one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in...
SouthPark

SouthPark, once part of a 3,000-acre farm owned by North Carolina Governor Cameron Morrison, has been transformed into one of North Carolina’s most esteemed business and residential neighborhoods. The SouthPark area sits six miles south of Uptown Charlotte...
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