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Welcome to Dilworth!

The neighborhood of Dilworth was one of the first suburbs of Charlotte, much of the neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Dilworth Historic District. Walking through the oak tree lined neighborhood of Dilworth, the old Charlotte charm of the historic homes make it understood why Dilworth is one of the most desirable neighborhoods for living in Charlotte.

A few more facts about Dilworth…

Dilworth is one of the first suburbs of Charlotte and home to one of the Queen City’s biggest attractions, Freedom Park.  The neighborhood is bordered by South Blvd on the west and by Queens Rd/S Kings Dr on the east. The area north from East Blvd to Morehead Street and the area south from East Blvd to approximately Ideal Way.

Scott Avenue

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Dilworth Charlotte Favorites

Dining

  • 131 Main
  • Bakersfield
  • Berrybrook Farm
  • Brixx
  • Pio Pio
  • Dilworth Billards
  • The Wine Loft

Shopping

  • Black Lion
  • Handpicked: Jewelry and Accessories
  • Summerbird
  • The Paper Skyscraper

Grocery

  • Harris Teeter
  • Target is located at 900 Metropolitan Ave
  • Trader Joe’s is located at 1133 Metropolitan Avenue
  • King’s Street Farmer’s Market (938 S Kings Dr, Charlotte, 28204)

Coffee

  • Not Just Coffee 7th Street Public Market
  • Tic Toc Coffee Shop
  • Amélie’s French Bakery
  • Starbucks

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