Elizabeth Homes For Sale

Elizabeth is an area popular with those who enjoy a good meal and meeting up with friends for a casual drink. The neighborhood has been growing since the early 1900s when a trolley line was completed there and is now home to more than 4,000 current residents. It’s a pedestrian-friendly community with restaurants, bars, and shops all within close proximity to one another and within walking distance to the area’s residential streets. Elizabeth homes for sale are comprised of quaint bungalows, like those you’ll find in nearby Dilworth, gorgeous brick mansions, and a smattering of trendy townhomes and condominiums. It's known for stately, mature trees, many of them planted in the early 20th century. They form a canopy over Elizabeth’s most sought-after residential streets, giving the area an enchanting feeling you might not expect so close to Uptown.

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A one or two bedroom condo in Elizabeth can be an affordable way to buy your first home, or to downsize, with units starting in the low $100s and ranging up to $300,000 for newer units with more space. Elizabeth condos for sale are typically in elegant low-rise buildings that sometimes offer access to private amenities including swimming pools, clubhouses, fitness centers, and outdoor fireplaces for mingling with friends and neighbors. Many of these buildings have been built this century, and even older properties have undergone rejuvenations and remodeling to stay competitive. They're an excellent opportunity to live in a pleasant, central community.

Single family homes typically start in the $400s, for bungalows, and go up to $900,000 or more for beautiful brick manors. Though much of Charlotte has seen older properties cleared away in favor of newer replicas, some Elizabeth homes for sale date as far back as the 1920s and represent a great chance to connect to the history of the region. Regardless of their age, these homes have been treated with a lot of respect and typically don't ask you to sacrifice much in order to live in a home with real heritage. In the Charlotte real estate listings, you'll find some fantastic accents and additions, including:

  • Walk-in closets
  • Dual vanities
  • Granite countertops
  • Stone fireplaces
  • Natural hardwoods

Whether you're a seasoned veteran or a first-time homebuyer, there are options for you in Elizabeth. This location can't be beat, a great neighborhood to explore and set down roots.

Amenities Near Elizabeth, Charlotte Real Estate

Many of Elizabeth’s businesses in the area of 7th Street have a similar charm to those you’ll find in Historic South End, as they have been converted from homes to retail shops, offices, and restaurants. These include a number of charming cafes and beloved local diners that help maintain a sense of local character, though you'll find some big box retailers on nearby Kings Drive should the mood strike you. The neighborhood’s other main road, Elizabeth Avenue, is currently undergoing revitalization, but it includes the campus of Central Piedmont Community College and the modern-day Presbyterian Medical Center that now sits where Elizabeth College, a Lutheran women’s college, was founded back in 1897.

For families and individuals who love getting outside, Elizabeth is also home to the city’s first public park, Independence Park, which offers baseball and soccer fields as well as a rose garden and pond that are popular for weddings. Several historic churches and the original homes of some of Charlotte’s notable former residents are located in Elizabeth too, including the home of William Henry Belk, the founder of Belk department store.

Residents also love its proximity to Center City. It borders Uptown’s First Ward, as well as beautiful Myers Park, Belmont, and Chantilly. Travelling around the city is easy since so much Elizabeth real estate hugs the freeway, and there is more than one CityLYNX station in the neighborhood, meaning a car is not strictly necessary for visiting the rest of Charlotte. Ultimately, if a terrific, historical location is important to you, you can't do better than Elizabeth.

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Listing information last updated on October 23rd, 2018 at 5:43pm CDT.