East Charlotte Homes – a Diverse Landscape
The east Charlotte homes you’ll find nestled in the neighborhoods nestled outside the commercial areas of Charlotte offer some of the most affordable housing in Charlotte.
First time homebuyers will find excellent values in the smaller homes conveniently located close to shopping along Independence Blvd. and Albemarle Rd. Closer to Uptown Charlotte are the diverse mix of homes and businesses in the Plaza-Midwood and NoDa neighborhoods, where newly-renovated 1940s bungalows stand in sharp contrast to the new hi-rise condos that silhouette the uptown skyline.
Grove Park, a neighborhood of nearly 500 homes developed in the 1950’s, hosts an annual Garden and Art Tour.
Outside the city limits, Mint Hill was incorporated in 1970 to promote large-lot rural living and avoid annexation by Charlotte. Beyond Mint Hill, Interstate 485 provides access across Charlotte to I-77 and I-85. Average Price – $190,000
- Central Avenue – Stretching from Central Piedmont Community College to Eastland Mall, Central Avenue is main street to international restaurants, food stores, and strip malls, and funky avant-garde shops.
- Hezekiah Alexander homesite – 1770’s rock home of one of the city’s forefathers.
- Charlotte Museum of History – 17,000-square-foot history museum, located at 3500 Shamrock Drive.