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We are your resource for buying and selling historic Charlotte homes. From rehabilitation projects to completed restorations, you can count on us to provide the service that you deserve. If you have an historic property to sell, please feel free to phone us for the ‘how-to’s’ that you need for a successful transaction. Historic Charlotte home sales are not your typical resale and having someone knowledgeable in selling them, truly makes a difference in a successful sale.
Visit the communities below and be sure to check out our page, Historic Charlotte Homes for more information on buying and selling older homes. All landmark community homes are not listed in the communities below so, be sure to visit the link above to find all available historic homes for sale (the homes listed are 75+ years old).
Also, be sure to check out our links to local and national historic preservation, renovation and information – whatever you need, we’re sure you’ll find it here!
Just a stone’s throw away from the million-dollar homes of Myers Park, you will find an unlikely community of renovated bungalows, public housing and boarded-up buildings is one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. Read more about the Cherry community and view homes for sale in Cherry.
Home to Charlotte’s first suburban mall, Cotswold is a popular neighborhood located just on the southeastern edge of Old Charlotte. An inner-city neighborhood that features homes from 50′s ranches to modern European and craftsman style bungalows. Read more about the Cotswold community and view all homes for sale in Cotswold.
Dilworth, Charlotte’s oldest streetcar suburb, is known for its lovely renovated bungalows, historic homes, lovely parks, churches and tree-lined sidewalks and streets. Read more about Dilworth and view homes for sale in Dilworth Charlotte NC.
Located southeast of Uptown Charlotte, Eastover was the first suburb with driveways for “motorcars.” The neighborhood’s stately homes have long attracted the leaders who helped shape Charlotte’s growth, including banker, Hugh McColl Jr. and department store icon, John Belk and the E. C. Griffith family, who developed most of the Eastover community. Read more about suburb of Eastover and view homes for sale in Eastover Charlotte NC.
If you’re shopping for homes for sale near Uptown Charlotte NC, the Elizabeth community offers both proximity to the city (Uptown is within walking distance in most areas of Elizabeth) and historic homes with a flare of hip! Read more about Elizabeth and view homes for sale in Elizabeth Charlotte NC.
There is no better introduction to Charlotte NC than a tour through historic Myers Park, via Queens Road. Here some of the city’s grandest homes are framed by a canopy of massive, old willow oaks. Myers Park Charlotte NC emerged from a large cotton farm in 1911, when landscape architect John Nolen was hired to create a “garden suburb.” Read more about Myers Park and view homes for sale in Myers Park Charlotte NC.
NoDa – North Davidson Arts District
The North Davidson Arts District, affectionately known as NoDa, is a former mill community that has, over recent years, been transformed into a funky arts district with galleries, eateries and performance halls. Only three miles northeast of Uptown, the neighborhood, once known as North Charlotte, is made up of mostly small Craftsman style bungalows. Read more about NoDa and view homes for sale in NoDa Charlotte NC.
Just east of Uptown Charlotte, Plaza-Midwood is a hip yet, historical neighborhood of restored bungalows, funky shops, local pubs and fantastic restaurants. From tattoo parlors to antique shops, pawn shops to upscale and urban clothing boutiques, bookstores and more, Plaza-Midwood has so much to offer. Read more about Plaza Midwood neighborhood and view homes for sale in Plaza Midwood Charlotte NC.
Historic South End is located 1.5 miles from center city Charlotte and borders the historic Dilworth neighborhood. South End has its beginning in the 1850s when the first railroad line came to Charlotte, connecting the Queen City to Columbia and Charleston, SC. Over the decades, the thriving manufacturing community of South End sprang up along the tracks, centered on the burgeoning textile industry. Read more about South End community and view homes for sale in South End Charlotte NC neighborhood.
Developed in the 1920’s, the Wesley Heights neighborhood is located on Charlotte’s northwest side and is a designated historic district in the shadow of the city’s skyline. Wesley Heights is one of the few neighborhoods in town that you can find a Dilworth-style bungalow for under $200,000; some renovated homes are selling for more than $300,000 in Wesley Heights. Read more about Wesley Heights neighborhood and view homes for sale in Wesley Heights Charlotte NC.
Take a walk-through virtual tour of one of Charlotte’s most prized historic homes, The James A. Blakeney House
Charlotte North Carolina Real Estate
Debe Maxwell, CRS, Realtor®/Broker
SAVVY + COMPANY REAL ESTATE
1920 E. 7th Street
Charlotte, NC 28204
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