Welcome to Myers Park / Dilworth

Just minutes away from the heart of Uptown, Southend, & everything the Queen City offers, the Myers Park/Dilworth area is best known for its historic residential charm and upscale neighborhood eateries, retail, public schools, and more.

Key Details


upscale, family community, active, chic, quaint, charming, classic architecture, food and drink, retail, historic


Commute Times
CLT Airport 20m. by car
Bank of America Stadium 45m. by train, 12m. by car
Lake Norman 45m. by car
East to West Park Road to Providence Road
North to South Runnymede Lane to South Boulevard
Nearby Neighborhoods Eastover, Sedgefield, Montford, Freedom Park, Barclay Downs

Around the Block

Around the block
Sophisticated southern charm with urban connectivity.

High-end historic homes meet gorgeous new construction estates, all intersecting with easy access to retail, dining and everything any city-dweller or suburban savant would ever need.

What to expect
A mix of upscale, scenic, renovated homes and neighborhood shops in close proximity to a buzzing Uptown.

Easy access to Uptown with neighborhood restaurants, fine dining, retail and more, you'll fall in love with this historic, charming pocket of the Queen City. Aged oaks line city streets that meet renovated homes offering a southern, elegant experience - straight out of a storybook or feel-good film. You'll want to make your mark in Myers Park/Dilworth, truly one of the most sought-after areas in the region.

The lifestyle
Neighborhood events like 5ks, Festival in The Park, the annual Yiasou Greek Festival, and more keep this area abuzz.

There’s always something happening in the neighborhood. From Festival in The Park, an annual event focusing on local music, art, and community, to the annual Yiasou Greek Festival, one of Charlotte’s oldest and popular events that draws thousands from across the city and region - there’s never a dull moment on the block. Don’t forget that NFL, NBA, or minor league baseball games are just around the corner in Uptown, along with museums, monuments, and more.

Unexpected appeal
Some of the best public schools (and even colleges) call this part of Charlotte home.

With access to some of the top public schools in the state of North Carolina, you really have it all in Myers Park/Dilworth. From Dilworth Elementary - Latta Campus, to Randolph Middle School and Myers Park High - not to mention colleges, such as Central Piedmont and Queens University - you’ll gain access to nationally ranked institutions and public schools. Additionally, you’ll find world-class healthcare in Atrium Health Carolinas Medical Center and Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center.

The market
A mix of historic, country club-style homes and bungalows with modern amenities, coupled with pockets of grand new construction estates.

Some of the most expensive, luxury residences in the city are situated in Myers Park/Dilworth. Well-manicured, country club-style homes with modern amenities and renovations straight out of a storybook carve a path through many of the tree-lined drives, making way for pockets of brick estates with governor’s driveways, gas lamp stone entries, and lush landscaping. A healthy mix of traditional and new accentuate the nostalgic charm of sophisticated style that runs deep in the area.

You'll fall in love with
The neighborhood parks, greenways, and trails that run adjacent to a scenic Uptown skyline.

Where cityscape meets greenspace, you have room to roam while getting in your steps and soaking in the skyline. Whether it’s Little Sugar Creek Greenway, Latta Park, Midtown Park, and more, the Myers Park/Dilworth area can be your literal playground.