Arts District - NoDa Homes For Sale

NoDa's North Davidson stripA neighborhood popular with artists, foodies, and many a lover of craft beer, NoDa is Charlotte's bohemian enclave, conveniently located just a mile north of Center City. NoDa real estate includes well-established single family homes, new constructions, spacious townhomes, and low-rise condominiums that are all a good fit for individuals or families who want to live in a hip, active community. With prices that range from just under $200,000 to more than $500,000, living in the Arts District remains relatively affordable, and the areas copious greenspaces and small strip of cool restaurants and boutiques give it a tight-knit feel that's hard to beat.

Explore the possibilities of life in Arts District real estate today, or browse the latest NoDa homes for sale below.

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The Arts District has seen rapid revitalization since the beginning of the millennium, a change that's reflected in the varied ages of homes you'll find here. On the one hand, newer builds in a number of traditional styles, like sturdy Craftsman homes and bungalows, offer exceptional square footage and contemporary sophistication. On the other, historic properties dating back to the community's industrial roots can also be found in NoDa real estate listings, as can many examples of cozy Ranches that appealed to local families during the 1940s-60s.

Typically, although these homes have undergone a lot of renovation and updating to match the tastes of modern families, they retain an old-school character that suits this funky neighborhood. If you're the type of homeowner who really wants a home that's as unique as you are, older character homes in NoDa offer you an opportunity to shape your space. Some of the features that you'll find owners have added to Arts District homes for sale include:

  • Hardwood flooring
  • Plantation shutters
  • Jacuzzi tubs
  • New roofs and HVACs
  • Stainless steel appliances

If you're looking for a fixer-upper or a tear-down, this is a great time to invest in real estate in this up-and-coming neighborhood. And, with a light rail station coming soon, prices for NoDa real estate won't stay this low for long.

Living in Arts District Real Estate

This neighborhood, which is also referred to as Historic North Charlotte, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and you'll find plenty of examples of the industrial heritage in the area's architecture. North Charlotte as a whole began to be developed in the early 1900s on rolling farmland just a couple miles from what used to be the city limits, but NoDa's roots are in textile manufacturing. Not surprisingly, many of the city's mill workers used to reside in the area, and historic mill homes are now scattered among multi-family housing and newer construction. 

NoDa real estate was originally designed with convenience in mind, providing residents with all the basic necessities like groceries and drug stores, a doctor's office, a bank, and a dry goods store. It was also connected to what is now Uptown by a trolley line running along North Davidson Street. After the mills closed, the community's rebirth began in the late 1980s and early 1990s via the arts community. It became home to one of the leading art galleries in the Southeast, offering studio spaces for artists and attracting other arts-related businesses.

NoDa is credited with the rebirth of all of North Charlotte, as development and home ownership began to soar in the early 2000s. Now, live music venues, quaint, independent bookstores, and funky boutiques line the streets of NoDa, and the neighborhood has become famous for its Friday arts crawls, which happen twice a month. You can catch a show, snag a deal on an original painting, and enjoy a refreshing, locally-brewed IPA all within a few blocks. NoDa remains a community-oriented neighborhood, with activities including softball games, movie nights, scavenger hunts, block parties, and farmer's markets.

NoDa is short for North Davidson Street, the main road that takes you to and through the area. Along with North Tryon Street and the Plaza, this street also provides quick access to the rest of the city, including Uptown, and the interstate. Though NoDa homes for sale are served primarily by buses, plans to expand the CityLYNX Blue Line through NoDa and the University District will make this neighborhood even more attractive in the future.

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Listing information last updated on December 11th, 2018 at 6:13am CST.