Sedgefield

Sedgefield is another Charlotte neighborhood benefiting from the installation of the Lynx light rail. This community is receiving a face-lift and the charming single-family homes are conveniently situated next to refreshed shops and restaurants as well as the amenities other neighboring communities offer. It’s a quiet solace in a busy city.

Name: Sedgefield
In a Word: Quiet
Location: South West of Uptown
School district:

  • Elementary: Sedgefield
  • Middle: Sedgefield
  • High: Myers Park
  • Private: Collinswood Language, Charlotte Learning Academy, Marie G Davis Military and Global
    School, Holy Trinity Catholic Middle, St. Ann Catholic

Average home price: $150k-$600k

Types of homes: Post-war cottages, Colonials and Ranches

Pros:

Cons:

  • Small single-family homes
  • Limited condos

Representative Sample:

Best for: People who want convenience of city living, but a quiet place to hang their hat.

This is just a general glimpse into Sedgefield, for more information or specifics please contact

SouthEnd

If city living is your speed, but you want to feel like you’re living in a distinct city and not any city, SouthEnd is where you want to be. The Lynx light rail and preservation efforts really brought life back into this historic community. It’s got all the feel of where Charlotte has been, plus the vision of where Charlotte is going. The subdivisions of Atherton Mill and Camden Road offer easy commuting, bike paths, farmers markets, and new specialty stores and restaurants.

Name: SouthEnd
In a Word: Modern
Location: South West of Uptown
School district:

  • Elementary: Dillworth
  • Middle: Alexander Graham, Sedgefield
  • High:West Charlotte
  • Private: Metro School, New Performance Learning Center, Oasis Preforming Arts, St. Patrick
    Catholic

Average home price: Upper $100k to $2 million

Types of homes: Condos and lofts

Pros:

  • Up and coming modern living
  • Easy access to Uptown
  • No car needed

Cons:

  • High rise living

Representative Sample:

Best for: Modern professionals looking for the good life.

This is just a general glimpse into South End, for more information or specifics please contact

NoDa

When you haven’t seen someone since high school and all of a sudden, they turn up looking all hot? Yeah, that’s Charlotte’s neighborhood of NoDa. Just a few years ago, this wasn’t a sought-after neighborhood, but boy has that changed. Now, NoDa is one of the hippest, growing communities in Charlotte with arts community, boutiques and restaurants and a planned light rail extension currently under construction.

Name: NoDa
In a Word: Artsy
Location: Northeast of Uptown
School district:

  • Elementary: Highland Hill Montessori, Charlotte Choice Charter, Sugar Creek Charter,
  • Middle: Martin Luther King, Jr., Sugar Creek Charter
  • High: Garinger, Hawthorne
  • Private: One7 Academy, Trinity Episcopal

Average home price:

  • Condos begin at $200k
  • Fixers uppers at $100k
  • Homes at $225k

Types of homes: Everything from condos, to renovated mill homes, and everything in between.

Pros:

  • Arts community
  • Diverse
  • Great restaurants

Cons:

  • Hipster

Representative Sample:

Best for: If you work hard and play hard.

This is just a general glimpse into NoDa, for more information or specifics please contact