Living in Dilworth is for you if:

You like festivals, family, and food. You value a neighborhood whose rich historical background lends itself to homes built in the early 1900s. You value a walk in the park and an easy stroll to shops and restaurants.

Dilworth is full of character, both in the architecture of the historic homes and the beauty of the tree-lined streets. You can enjoy an afternoon at Latta Park, a favorite neighborhood spot with a water park, a theatre, and a playground. For a great meal, check out 300 East, 131 Main, or Ru San’s.

If you like Greek festivals, you won’t want to miss Dilworth’s annual Yiasou Greek Festival, one of Charlotte’s largest cultural events.

Close to downtown and the light rail, this neighborhood is an ideal location.


1614 Park Road
$1,085,000
Subdivision: Dilworth

This home IS NOT on typical Park Road - this is a quiet 2 block street between East Blvd and Latta Park, near Kingston. Charming Dilworth home within walking distrance to Latta Park, restaurants and retail. High ceilings, large rooms, great natural light. Covered front porch leads to generous formal living and dining rooms. Stainless steel kitchen opens to huge family room with casual dining area and a wall of windows and french doors overlooking private backyard. Study or den with built ins and fireplace. Upstairs master has 3 walk in closets and en suite bath. Bedroom 2 with hardwoods and nice closet. 3rd bedroom is very large, with 2 closets and en suite bath. Upstairs office, nursery or 4th bedroom. Large laundry room with sink, shelving and storage. Fenced yard is beautifully landscaped and has amazing outdoor living with covered area and kitchen, sauna and fire pit. Wonderful home for indoor and outdoor entertaining.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3379231
Price: $1,085,000
Square Footage: 3538
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.1
Acreage: 0.19
Year Built: 1927
Type: 2 Story
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