Dilworth, as with many neighborhoods of Charlotte, has a rich history and modest beginning. Originally created as Charlotte’s first streetcar suburb, it is designated as historic, with many homes on the National Registry. At approximately $271 per square foot, Dilworth has grown to feature many of the city’s luxury homes.
Most homes were built from the 1900s to the ’30s and are filled with architectural details. The canopied streets and welcoming ambiance add to the charm. Latta Park, in the center of the neighborhood, features a playground, water park and theatre. Resident can enjoy a quiet stroll through the neighborhood and the easy walk to restaurants and shops are a huge plus.
in an effort to maintain the historic architecture of earlier days, many of the boutique shops, restaurants and offices are renovated and repurposed older homes. Other shopping, dining and entertainment options exist in nearby neighborhoods as well.
Dilworth fits the definition of a traditional suburb community featuring a close proximity to Uptown, Charlotte. For many living in and visiting Dilworth, the LYNX Blue Line Light Rail system offers a realistic alternative for getting into Uptown.