Charlotte, NC 28204
Elizabeth Real Estate
From a College Community to a Trendy Place to Live
Before the 1900s, Elizabeth was a collection of smaller subdivisions on a streetcar line. But as the decades passed, Elizabeth became the center of development as hospitals, businesses, and residents relocated from the heart of Charlotte into this suburb close by.
Today, Elizabeth is still a popular place to live, and it's just minutes from Uptown Charlotte. The neighborhood feels suburban with its tree-lined streets and single-family homes, yet it has all of the conveniences of a neighborhood nestled in a thriving city.
Homes for Sale in Charlotte's Elizabeth Neighborhood
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How Elizabeth Got Its Name
Charlotte's Elizabeth neighborhood is full of history, just like its name. According to the Elizabeth Community Association, the neighborhood takes its name from Elizabeth College, which was named in honor of the first president's mother-in-law Anne Elizabeth Watts.
A Tightly Knit Community
Elizabeth preserves its old-fashioned sense of community through a variety of neighborhood events and volunteering opportunities, from progressive dinners to a Home & Garden Tour to an 8K road race. These events are just a few more reasons to love Elizabeth.
Top Picks in Elizabeth
Independence Park was Charlotte's first public park. It meanders through the Elizabeth neighborhood, offering athletic fields, play areas, trails, and a beautiful rose garden.
Elizabeth has been home to many noteworthy individuals in local and national history. 200 Hawthorne Lane, for instance, is the Belk Mansion, home of Belk department store founder William Henry Belk.
Public Art Installations
Take a stroll to see how Elizabeth is transforming into a place for the arts. Murals and "wordhouses" (hanging boxes filled with poetry) are among the latest installations.
Find Your "Home Sweet Home" in Elizabeth
If you're looking for a neighborhood close to Charlotte but with more suburban feel, you'll love the Elizabeth neighborhood. This community has both established homes and newer residential developments — including The Towers at Mattie Rose on Beaumont Avenue — so there is something for everyone.
We can take you on a personal tour of this neighborhood. Give us a call at 704-400-4578.
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