With so much to offer in Charlotte, it’s no wonder the city is made up of so many incredible neighborhoods! Let’s break down some of the most sought after places to live in the Queen City.


Seeking tree-lined streets, trendy boutiques, and southern charm? Check out one of Charlotte’s oldest neighborhoods, Dilworth.  Located just minutes from Uptown. Known as Charlotte’s first streetcar suburb, much of the neighborhood has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Dilworth has an average of 3.3 months of inventory, with about 8.8 homes sold per month this year. The average seller discount has increased by approximately 1.5% in the past six months, making it a great time to check out the available inventory in this neighborhood. With an average current list price of $928,275, it’s no wonder Dilworth is in such high demand.


Known as one of the finest historic neighborhoods in Charlotte, Eastover offers high end shops and restaurants, public parks, and tennis courts. All of this within walking distance to the some of the Queen City’s most beautiful historic homes and estates. Much like Dilworth, Eastover is the first suburb with driveways for motorcars and has major historic landmarks such as The Mint Museum of Art and The Manor Theatre. Eastover also has one of the top hospitals in the country, Carolinas Medical Center and is within commuting distance to most of Charlotte’s top employers.

It’s no surprise that such a high end neighborhood comes at a price. The current average list price for Eastover is approximately $1.4 million with about 6.9 months of inventory available. Due to the slight buyer’s market in this neighborhood, the seller discount has increased by almost 1% over the past 6 months. If you’re looking to live in Eastover, now’s the time to buy!


Located just a few miles east of City Center, between Central Avenue and Independence Boulevard, Commonwealth is a conveniently located neighborhood. Filled with hip restaurants, antique shops, and trendy boutiques, this diverse neighborhood is a great place for all ages to settle down.

Featuring a range of house styles from bungalows to cottages in a great location, real estate is hard to come by. Over the past year, the average homes sold per month was just 0.4%, with only one house currently on the market today. Buyers will have to wait for more inventory for a chance to get into this great neighborhood!


Calling all young families! Elizabeth is an exciting neighborhood in the suburbs filled with activities for families and young couples to enjoy. Drop the kids off for acting classes at Matthews Playhouse of Performing Arts and relax at one of the many trendy local coffee shops that Elizabeth has to offer. Elizabeth also features Charlotte’s first neighborhood movie theater, The Visulite and a wide range of restaurants.

Elizabeth has a relatively low amount of inventory, averaging just 2.7 homes sold per month, and approximately 3 months of inventory. The average sale price has decreased slightly over the past year, averaging $646,200.

There are plenty of other gorgeous, trendy neighborhoods to check out in the Queen City. Embrace the sweet southern charm and stately homes that Charlotte has to offer by exploring the city today or learn more here.